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

Updated 3 months ago by Alek Turner

Watch the video below to learn how to assign "Quick Click Remediation."

Step 1: Click the "Assessment/Assignment Center" from your teacher dashboard.

Step 2: Click "My Assignments" under the "Assignments" option.

Step 3: Click on the "Results" column of the assignment you want to assign remediation.

Step 4: Select the class you want to assign the remediation.

Step 5: Click "Assign Remediation."

Quick Click Remediation will automatically remove any students who scored 80% or higher on all standards for that assignment. You can assign those students who scored 80% or higher more practice for review, however those students will not be included for follow-up remediation.

Step 6: You can select to assign one, two, or three weak areas. Select your start and end dates. Select the students you want to assign remediation, and click "Assign."

*If you select to assign three weak areas, and a student only has one or two weak areas, they will only be assigned the one or two weak areas for remediation rather than three.

Step 7: To view your assigned remediation, navigate back to "My Assignments" under the "Assessment/Assignment Center."

Step 8: Click on the tab "Assigned Remediation." You can view results when students have completed the activities and also view the results in the class results of your grade book.

You can also assign Quick Click Remediation through your Progress Report. This will allow you to see a more global view of progress over time, rather than viewing progress for a single assignment.

Step 1: Click "Progress Report" from your classes on your teacher dashboard.

Step 2: Click "Run Report."

Step 3: Select an area of weakness, by clicking on the dot, and it will indicate what students are weak in that specific standard and need remediation.

Step 4: Select your start and end dates, select your students, and select "Assign."

You can also assign Quick Click Remediation through the Student Dot Rank tab of your Progress Report to provide assignments for individual students.


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