Manage all of your grade books and your student account from one central location with the brand new instructor portal. Here's how to get started: https://youtu.be/WdafwNpmiws CREATE AN ACCOUNT Go to teach.hawkeslearning.com If you have a student Learn account, use those credentials to log in. **Your email address must be tied to at least one of the instructors … Continue reading Instructor Single Sign-On is Here!
If you’ve used Hawkes before, chances are you have one or two sections from a previous term still in your Grade Book. To ensure you have access to those former students' scores, we suggest you archive your Grade Book. Archiving your Grade Book essentially takes a snapshot of your students’ scores from the previous term. Here’s … Continue reading Archiving your Grade Book after the term ends
The Hawkes Grade Book got a light makeover! It retained all of its previous functionality, and all reports, settings, templates, and tools remain in their current locations.Each tab in the Grade Book now has a sleek new look: Wondering what each button does? Just hover over it with your mouse to get a description: Please … Continue reading The first step to an updated look in your Grade Book
The Hawkes Grade Book is a vast and wondrous space. Depending on your setup, you may have several instructors, administrators, and helpers needing access to this space. You don't want others using your account, and you may not need to let others access certain reports and tools in the Grade Book. Fortunately, we have Grade Book permissions, … Continue reading Grade Book Permissions for Different Users
During this semester, we've made some changes to WebTest Management. Now, your list of WebTests is easier to read, and you have some more options listed below. Under Additional Settings, you'll be able to allow students to pause their WebTest X number of times. You will also be able to allow multiple WebTest attempts for individual students … Continue reading Updates to WebTest Management
*Coming Soon!* For fall 2016, different permissions will be available to Grade Book users. This feature will be perfect for instructors who have teaching assistants or for school administrators who'd like to take a peek inside the Grade Book without making any changes. An administrator will define the various roles other users have in the Grade Book when adding … Continue reading Coming soon: Beta release of Grade Book permission levels