The Student Experience Completing an Assignment in Practice Mode

Assignments will appear to students as embedded links in Google Classroom or Canvas assignments.  However, this will look a bit different depending on which LMS you use. 

  1. Student will access their ASSISTments assignment through their LSM (Google Classroom/Canvas)

a) In the Google Classroom Stream, students can click any ASSISTments assignment, go to the Instructions tab, then click the embedded link.  Students can also go to the Classwork tab, click any ASSISTments assignment, and a dropdown will appear with the embedded link.  Finally, they click the embedded link to access the problems for the assignment.

b) In Canvas, students click the Assignments tab (1), then click on an ASSISTments assignment where you will see the embedded ASSISTments link (2) to access the problems for the assignment.

  1. The assignment link will take students to a landing page that gives them the option to start the assignment

  1. The assignment link will take students to the first problem in their assignment. Students will get immediate feedback as they submit answers.

  1. In the Student View, 

a) Students eventually must enter the correct answer to move to the next problem. If they get stuck they can choose “Get Help” and then select “Show Answer.” 

  1. Students can track their progress as they go and see how many problems they have left to complete.

a) There is an option to go back to preview previous questions that students have already answered before turning in the assignment.

  1. After completing an assignment, students will see one of two different reports, a report with symbols of success or one with their score and results. 

Symbols of Success Report
They can see: 
a) The problem and their answers by clicking on the Problem ID
b) Their score represented in symbols. 
c) Whether or not they asked for help for each problem 




Scores and Class Average
They can see:
a) The problem and their answers by clicking the Problem ID
b) Their score on each problem
c) The class average
d) Whether or not they asked for help for each problem

Click here to view our user resource on the Student Experience in Test Mode.


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