When a student completes the Learning Path that they were assigned, an educator must complete steps for a student to proceed. A Learning Path has been completed when:
- A student doesn't see any new lessons to access. All lessons in the learning path will appear with completion checkmarks.
- An educator navigates to the student's Learning Path and/or the Class Progress page for the class and:
- On the Learning Path lesson list, there are no Upcoming lessons.
- On the Class Progress Report, all lessons will display either a red box for Not Passed, or a Green box for Passed.
Once it is determined the student did complete their learning path, it is important to understand the options available based on the scenario most relevant to the student.
First, navigate to the student's Progress report on the Current and Complete tab and analyze a student's performance.
From there, if a student has:
- Completed their Learning Path and has had sufficient mastery* of the content, then manually assign the student to the next grade level higher.
- Completed their Learning Path with some gaps in mastery, then reset lessons the student should complete again to achieve mastery. It is important to note that the student will be required to retake the entire lesson. Should the student need additional help, refer to the tips on how to help a student with the offline resources. Once all the lessons have been completed, then manually assign the student to the next grade level higher
- Completed their Learning Path, but a new assessment window is approaching, then manually assign the student a couple of lessons in the next Learning Path
- Completed their Learning Path, but the student should slow down on the number of completed Learning Paths, then manually assign a couple of lessons at a time in the next Learning Path
We recommend that students demonstrate mastery of most, if not all, skills in their current Learning Path before moving on to the next level because knowledge and understanding builds from one level to the next. Generally, this means that students should have passed 80%-100% of their assigned lessons.