How to Assign an Interactivity Using TeacherMade.

How to Assign an Interactivity using TeacherMade

This option generates links that you can share with your students directly. Your students just need to open the link and they will be able to complete the assignment. You can even share the link via Google Classroom, but scores will not be recorded back to those systems. If you would like scores to be recorded, choose the Google Classroom or Canvas delivery method instead. 

*This does not require you to provide permission to access your Google Classroom classes and students.

On Step 1 of 3 the ‘Create Assignment’ page:

  • Select the TeacherMade option
  • Then click 'Next'

On Step 2 of 3 will have you choose whether you want your student to sign in to the assignment with their Google Account or Name and ID 

  • When choosing Name or ID
    • You will be able to enter a list of names or IDs for your student to choose from 
    • Create a custom prompt for your students to see 

On Step 3 of 3 you will be able to choose:

  • Disable the submit button
    • Use this to prevent accidental submission by your students that require you to reopen their work. They can keep working in the submission until you set it as completed.
    • How many times students can check answers before submission
  • Decide if students can check their answers before submission
    • This setting determines how many times students may check their answers before submitting an assignment.
      • Choices for how many times students can check answers:
        • No 
        • 1x - 3x
        • Unlimited 
        • Custom
  • How the scores will be displayed
    • This setting applies to both your and your student’s views.
    • Choices for how the score will be displayed:
      • Points Earned
      • Points Earned / Points Possible
      • Points Earned / Points Possible (Score %)
      • Score %
         Note: you can change this setting at any time even after the assignment has been created
  • What information your students will see when they submit their work

    • Only the score from auto scored items will be shown based on these settings

    • If you have additional items you are scoring, these will not be shown until you score and return the work on your end

    • Choices for information after submission:

      • Make assignment hidden

      • Show total score

      • Show score on individual items

      • Show correct answers

  • What Information the student will see when the work is returned
     Note: When work is returned to a student, the assignment will always be visible to that student. If you are concerned about student sharing, we suggest not returning the work until the assignment has been completed by all students in all classes. 
    • Choices for how Information will be shown when work is RETURNED:
      • Show total score
      • Show score on individual items
      • Show correct answers
  • Tools Students will have access to:
    • Text Boxes: Create their own text boxes
    • Drawing: Draw on the worksheet
    • Links: Insert links on the worksheet
    • Math: Add math objects to the worksheet
    • Images: Insert images into the worksheet
    • Audio: Record audio to add to the worksheet

 Note: For security and privacy, inserting images and recording audio is not available when using TeacherMade delivery and sign-in through Name or ID

Upon clicking ‘Save’ the TeacherMade assignment will be created. The ‘Assignment Detail’ screen will open. 

  • Assignment Detail Screen:
    • You will be able to:
      • View student submissions in real time
      • Preview your assignment
      • Edit answer key, title, and student names
      • Edit/Lock/Restore/Archive assignment
      • Sync with other programs
      • There will be two way to share your assignment:
        • A generated link to share with your students
        • Share with Microsoft Teams
        • An option to share to your Google Classroom 

 Note: The Google Classroom option will not support the syncing of scores.

  • Submissions: Student results will appear below once the students begin the assignment.

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