Find out additional information about editing an assignment.
|The title of the assignment.
|Provide a description of what the assignment contains.
Most teachers will have only the My Assignments as an option. The assignment will be stored in the teacher's file.
Should an educator have the My School or My District permission(s) checked under Assignment Permissions, then these options will also appear.
|Determine the subject of the assignment.
|State the grade level of the assignment.
|Check the solution to which the assignment will be associated.
Determine the order of the assignments:
|Apply assignment order to all folders
If the assignment contains multiple folders, state whether the assignment order from above will apply to the folders.
All folders with Decision Points in this assignment will remain in Sequential or Auto-Launch mode.
|Suppress Duplicate Activities
|By selecting 'Yes', students will not receive the same activity if s/he has already completed it as part of this assignment. If the student completes an activity in one assignment group, but then later has the same activity included in another assignment, s/he will have to do it again.
|These are additional items to an activity. An example is games associated with the concept of the activity.
|This is grayed out and changes cannot be made.
|Show Tool Kit
|These are tools available to students such as printable worksheets and calculators.
|This is actually only available for the assignment creator, a teacher account, and it takes them back into the assignment build view to modify, add, or delete content. The teacher does have to select the impact either “all students” or “select students”. If they choose all students, the system will automatically apply the changes to all and the assignment will save with the same name. If the teacher chooses “select students”, s/he has to rename the edited version and choose the select student from the list as the last step.
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