How do I assign suggested practice or remediation after an assessment is given?

Updated 2 days ago by Amy Brown

Step 1: Click on the results for any assessment you'd like to assign suggested practice for. Suggested Practice is a set of practice questions targeting a specific standard where students scored lowest on the assessment. With this feature, you can assign customized remediation in less than a minute!

Step 2: On the Remediation tab of your results, click the "Assign Average Weaknesses" and/or "Assign Individual Weaknesses" link. Average weaknesses will generate practice based on the overall lowest-scoring standards of the class. Individual weaknesses will generate practice based on each individual student's lowest-scoring standards.

Step 3: For average weaknesses, select 1, 2, or 3 of the lowest-scoring standards for the class. Select your start and end dates. Then decide which students you want to receive this suggested practice. Only students who have completed the assessment appear on this list. If there are certain students who should be exempt from suggested practice assignments, do not check their names.

Step 4: Click the "Assign" button. All students chosen to receive the suggested practice will show [assigned] next to their name. The suggested practice assignments will appear on the students' homepage on the start date you selected.

Step 5: For individual weaknesses, select up to three of the lowest-scoring standards for each student. Select your start and end dates. Then decide which students you want to receive this suggested practice. Use the "Select All" checkbox to quickly select all students who have completed the assessment. Click the "Assign" button.

Step 6: If you have already assigned suggested practice to some students but need to assign it to others who finished the assessment later, click to assign it again. Students who have already been assigned suggested practice are greyed out and cannot be selected. Check "Hide Assigned" to only show students who have not received suggested practice yet.


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