Nothing happens when i click a topic to start

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Nothing happens when I click a topic to start studying. All students must take a pretest of at least ten questions before they are allowed to access topics in that subject. There is no passing requirement for the pretest. Is there a problem with Study Island scoring? A student received a 0% on his or her first practice session. On the second attempt he or she received a 100%, but the score says 75%. 75% is the final cumulative score. The system takes the total number of correct answers and divides that by the total number of attempted questions. A student received a score of 100% on his or her last session, but did not receive a blue ribbon for that particular topic. Study Island uses cumulative scores to measure student progress. Students must receive a cumulative score that is equal to or greater than the percentage listed in the “ Passing Goal ” column of the main page for that subject; as well as complete the required number of questions. So, if the percentage needed is 70%, students must have a cumulative score of at least 70% to receive a blue ribbon for that topic. Can a teacher clear test sessions that are holding a student’s average down? Yes. For instructions see page 16. As I was working with a student today, I noticed that the student was struggling to pass a topic. Can I delete sessions from my student’s login screen instead of having to login as a teacher? Yes. When students are viewing their own session stats, there are check boxes next to each session and a “Remove Checked Sessions” button at the top. When users try to remove sessions from a student login, they are prompted to enter a teacher username and password. A message will be sent to the teacher’s Message Center when a session is deleted. There is a red “X” in the corn er where an image should appear. The images may load by right-clicking (or holding the button down if using a Mac) where the image should appear and selecting to show the image on the resulting menu. I think I found an error in a question. How do I report this? Click “Comment on Question” in the upper right -hand corner. This allows our content editors to find the specific question and make changes, if necessary. I’m having difficulty using/viewing the games. Go to to help diagnose the problem.
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800-419-3191 [email protected] 27 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Appendix A: Glossary Adjust Student Difficulty - feature found on the School Stats page that allows admins and teachers (if allowed) to adjust the percentage correct required to achieve the blue ribbon ( ) and force students into lower or higher grade level material Administrator person from your school or district designated to register students and teachers, update the roster as needed, and set global preferences for the program Advance Grade - to promote students to a higher grade level Assessment Library digital library containing a list of all assessments created by you or shared by others Assignment - topic(s) chosen by the teacher for the students to complete; created on the Class Manager Page and accessed through the Class Pa ge. See ‘Completed Assignment’ Attributes
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  • Fall '17
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