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add all students in a grade level, check “Select All . 4. Click “Save” at the bottom of the screen. To Create a Practice and Instruction Assignment: 1. Click “Class Manager” and locate the class to which you want to add an assignment OR click “Create Practice & Instruction Assignment” under “My Assignments” on your teacher page (for this method, skip to number 5). 2. Click the “Class Page and Assignments” icon on the far right. 3. Click “Add Assignment . 4. Select the Assignment Type. 5. Select the date assigned and the date due by clicking in the boxes for each. Note that this sets your expectations for the students, but does not automatically set your assignment to expire at the end of the time period. 6. Enter an Assignment Title. 7. Type in structions or any relevant information in the “Additional Info” box (optional). 8. Use the “Preferences” drop down menu to adjust the preferences for your assignment . If the admin allows, teachers may choose “Override School Preferences” (optional).
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www.studyisland.com 800-419-3191 [email protected] 6 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Choose A. Assigning to a Class OR B. Assigning to Individual Students: A. Assigning to a Class(es): 1. Check the box(es) that corresponds to the class you would like to add. B. Assigning to Individual Students: 1. Click the maroon arrow next to the class that corresponds to the student(s) you would like to add to the assignment. 2. Check the students you want to add to the assignment. NOTE: If you wish to assign to only selected students, be sure the “Select All” box is unchecked. C. Add Topics to the Assignment: 1. Choose a grade an d subject under “Select Topics.” 2. Click “Get Topic List.” 3. Select the topics. 4. Select “Activated” from the drop down menu at the bottom of the screen. To keep it deactivated, select “Deactivated”. NOTE: When you keep an assignment deactivated, the students are unable to see it. This can be a great option for teachers who want to plan ahead! 5. Click “Save Assignment.”
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www.studyisland.com 800-419-3191 [email protected] 7 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Creating a Class Page: Once a class is created, a Class Page can be made for that class. A Class Page can only be made by the school’s admin or the owner of the class. The Class Page must be activated in order for students to access assignments. 1. Click “Class Manager” on the left side of the screen OR under “My Classes” on you r teacher page. 2. Click the “Class Page and Assignments” icon to the right of the class name. 3. Choose “Yes” from the dropdown box by Class Page Activated. There must be a note or assignment created before the Class Page can be activated. Class Pages can include the following: Class Assignments instruct students to complete a specific Study Island topic(s) Class Schedule post class events Class Notes post class notes Class Links post class links to other Web sites
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