Pearson Success Net Math Homework

Assignments

Use the Assignments page to view and manage the lessons and content assignments you have created for your students. You can edit the assignment, delete the assignment, view the content assigned, or view the content’s information.

Assignments are categorized in the following groups:

  • Lesson assignments - available if the product includes lesson or stand-alone assignments

The assignment is a lesson.

The assignment is a stand-alone item that is not part of a lesson.

  • Test assignments - available if the product includes test assignments

The assignment is a test.

The assignment requires manual scoring.

  • Activity assignments - available if the product includes teacher-assigned remediation activity assignments

The assignment is a remediation activity.

To view assignments:

  1. On the top navigation menu, select Planning and then click Assignments. The Assignments page appears.

Assignments are organized by class/group and by date.

  1. Click Test Preferences to specify test and remediation activity assignment preferences. The Test Preferences page appears. Specify your preferences and click Save.

  2. In the Class/Group list, select a class or group.

  3. In the Show list, specify the assignment type or select All. The following types are available: Lesson assignments, Test assignments, Activity assignments.

For each test assignment, the table displays the following information: assignment type icon, assignment name, assignment type, start date, and end date.

  1. Initially, the assignments are sorted by start date. To display a different sort order, click the column header by which you want to sort. An arrow pointing down indicates that dates are listed in descending order, while an arrow pointing up indicates that dates are listed in ascending order.

  2. To work with a specific test assignment, click the assignment name. The options menu appears.

If the assignment is a test, the following options are available:

  1. Select Edit/Score. The Edit Test Assignment page displays, where you can change the start and end dates for the test, edit the list of students to whom it is assigned, and score the test.

  2. Select Delete to delete the assignment. If students have already started or completed an assignment, you cannot delete it. However, you can delete the assignment for students who have not started it yet using the Edit/Score function.

  3. Select View Test to view the test information.

  4. Select Print Test to generate a PDF version of the test.

  5. Select Add to Planner to schedule the assignment for the selected period and add it to your Lesson Planner.

  If the assignment is a lesson or a stand-alone item, the following options are available:

  • Select Edit/Score. The Edit Lesson Assignment appears, where you can change the start and end dates for the assignment, edit the list of students to whom it is assigned, and evaluate the assignment

  • Select Delete to delete the assignment. If students have already started or completed an assignment, you cannot delete it. However, you can delete the assignment for students who have not started it yet using the Edit/Score function.

  • Select View Content to view the lesson in a viewer or player.

  • Select View Information to view detailed assignment information.

  • Select Add to Planner to schedule the assignment for the selected period and add it to your Lesson Planner.

If the assignment is a remediation activity, the following options are available:

  • Select Edit to display the Assignment Details page where you can add and remove students from an activity.

  • Select Delete to delete the assignment. If students have already started or completed an assignment, you cannot delete it. However, you can delete the assignment for students who have not started it yet using the Edit function.

  • Select View Content to view the activity.

To assign activities:

Note: This option is not available for all products.

  1. On the top navigation menu, select Planning and then click Assignments. The Assignments page appears.

  1. Click Assign Activities to assign remediation activities. The Assigning Activities wizard appears.

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