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How do I view Assignment questions on the Educators Dashboard before I set them?
How do I view Assignment questions on the Educators Dashboard before I set them?
Updated over a week ago

Each Assignment contains 15 questions on a curriculum topic. These questions will be the first 15 within our question bank and so will introduce the topic from the very beginning and focus mainly on fluency.

There are three instances when teachers could consider setting Assignments for their

students. These are:

1) Pre-teaching: checking that children have a strong understanding of prior concepts

before moving on to a new concept

2) Consolidation: checking that children have understood the concept at the end of a

teaching unit.

3) Providing scaffolded support during lessons.

When children who have been set an Assignment log in after the date and time selected, the red Assignment icon in their Learning Zone will be flashing to let them know that there is work to complete. If there is more than one Assignment set for them, children will be able to select the one they would like to complete.

To set an Assignment:

  1. Log into the Educators Dashboard

  2. Hover over Assignment and select Set

  3. Search for the relevant CCS or scroll through our list

  4. Click on the arrow to the left of the CCS title to view which lessons are available

  5. Click View Questions to see a list of the question within that particular Assignment OR click on Preview to try out the Assignment questions exactly as they will appear within your student's app.

  6. If you would like to assign the Assignment, select Set assignment in the bottom right hand corner of the pop-up

  7. Select when you would like the Assignment to become available and who you would like it to be available for

If you have any questions or need any help with assignments, feel free to contact out friend Customer Success team by using the chat bubble in the bottom right corner of the screen.

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