Quick overview of the Annotate function: You can have students submit work via the Assignment you give them. You can allow resubmission but will lose the current submission. You could allow multiple submissions, should you wish a draft and a final … Read More
Here is a what a student sees when a teacher has annotated a submission. It shows a very good overview of a student view of Assignments in general, but only goes into Annotation details.
Set up your Grade Book first. Just trust me on this one thing and set up a calculation method, and know that all the other options can be edited. Discussions are a new tool to let your class have an online … Read More
This is worth five minutes of your time, I promise! I will also be posting slower, step by step instructions for setting up and using rubrics at Lick-Wilmerding.
Teacher-Perspective-Assessments-Assignments-Grade-Book-2 This presentation was not built here at Lick, but I feel it is a useful reference for teachers who wish to know very detailed instructions for setting up and using Assignments and Grade Book. This is a good place to … Read More
Here is the Prezi I showed on 10/19/2015. Here is the recap: You can include Participation as an Assignment Type (same with Final Exam) and publish those/share them with students and/or parents. That sharing can happen all the time, or … Read More
This is a quick version of what a student sees when a teacher annotates an assignment.
Here is a quick video about how you annotate attached assignments. You can annotate any assignment (given the format of the document- PDF, Word doc, Power Point and Jpegs can be annotated) that you have allowed drop box for, so … Read More
Here is a quick run down of SOME options you have when you create and assign work for students.
This quick video shows a glimpse into how students see things on the academic website. Take a look and let me know if you want to see more!