With classes winding down, we wanted to post a quick reminder on what you can do with your Hawkes Grade Book to make things as easy as possible. Make sure you perform the tasks below to avoid unnecessary stress! At the end of the term: Meet with your Training & Support Specialist to discuss any … Continue reading Tuesday Tip: Quick steps to take at the end of term
You've probably checked out the All Student Scores report under the Reports tab in the Grade Book. There, you can see students' overall grades, individual assignment grades, and assignments turned in on time or late. But have you seen its new look? Yup. This report got a makeover. The updated report has an easy-to-use scroll … Continue reading All Student Scores Report Has a New Look
Your student Jason stops you after class to let you know that he's tried to do his homework for the latest lesson, but Certify keeps kicking him out. You ask him if he's spent time in Practice, and he swears he feels like he's tried a hundred Practice problems over the course of several hours. … Continue reading Tuesday Tip: See how long students spend time in Learn, Practice, and Certify
While technology can be scary, there's nothing to be spooked out about in our Grade Book! We've compiled a few tricks and treats below so you can spend less time looking at your computer screen and more time enjoying a frightful eve. Tricks 1. Want to add a custom tab to your students' courseware for … Continue reading 5 Tricks and Treats in the Grade Book
You log into the student side of the courseware and see it right away: Lesson 3.4, which you swore you no longer wanted assigned! There it is, hanging out on the student dashboard, waiting to be selected from the to-do list so students can Certify in that lesson. Little does it know, you want students … Continue reading Tuesday Tip: What are those phantom assignments?
One key aspect of our courseware is that students get their own order and iterations of question types in Certify and WebTests. This can be difficult for you as an instructor if students don’t write down the questions they are struggling with, as problem #7 is different for everyone! But for any Certify attempts or … Continue reading Assignment Reviewer