New questions are available in the curriculum for English Composition. We've expanded the question bank so that you can assign more material related to different parts of the essay, critical reading & writing skills, and more. Check out which questions are new below, then assign them using the Assignment Builder in your Hawkes Grade Book! … Continue reading Additional Questions in English Composition
**COMING SOON** Soon, you'll be able to view student grades on both lessons and WebTests, including question statistics, from one centralized location: Assignment Reviewer. When you open up Assignment Reviewer, you'll be able to sort assignments by lessons or WebTests. Each assignment is listed, along with scores. You can view question statistics to see how … Continue reading Upgraded Assignment Reviewer
Customize your lessons even further with the Learn Screen Notes tool, which allows you to add your own content to our pre-created Learn screens. If you want to take full advantage of all that this tool has to offer, try out the six expanded uses below! 1. Embed videos. Have you uploaded a video to … Continue reading Six ideas to get the most out of your Learn Screen Notes
We have a quick interface update in the online student courseware: the splitter is no longer there! In case you're unsure of what the splitter looked like, it was the line between the question and answer in Practice and Certify. It could be moved up and down, but doing so was difficult; sometimes it would … Continue reading Splitter, be gone!
Before the fall term kicks off, we've added more than 80 new questions to the Viewing Life Mathematically question bank. To see the new questions, please log into your Grade Book, navigate to Assignments tab > Curriculum, and open Assignment Builder by choosing a hyperlinked lesson. These questions are labeled by case numbers so that they’re easy to identify. … Continue reading New Viewing Life Mathematically Questions to Add to Your Curriculum
The Detailed Student Grades Report lets you do more than simply view a student's grade in Hawkes. When you choose a student name at the top of the report, you can view their lesson activity by selecting that option: This report breaks down how much time a student spent in each lesson's Learn, Practice, and … Continue reading More Details in the Detailed Student Grades Report