Assignments - Send to Students

Assignments - Send to Students

There are several pages from where you can send an assignment to your students:
  • Library

  • Collections

  • My Assignments


The following are step by step directions for sending assignments to students from each of these pages.


Sending from Library

The Library is a collection of teacher-created assignments that have been shared by teachers with Edcite. You can send these assignments directly to your students, save them in your account, or modify them to align to individual student needs. To see how to search the Library for an assignment, click here.


Follow these instructions to send assignments from the Library to your students.


1. Assign - Once you have found an assignment that you want to send to your students, click the Assign button.



2. Schedule - The Assignment Scheduler will open.


A. Choose from the following options:

  • Assign to Classes - check the box beside the class or classes you want to send the assignment to.

  • Assign to Students - check the box beside the student or students you want to send this to.

  • Assign to Groups  - check the box beside the group or groups you want to send the assignment to.

  • Assign with Link - post the link in Google Classroom or write it on the board for your students to copy.

B. Check the box beside the class/student/group you are sending the assignment to.

C. Enter a start and end time if desired.

D. Click the Assign button.


3. A Confirmation Box shows that you have successfully sent the assignment. This will have three options:

  • Close - returns to the Assignment Library where you can find another assignment to send to your students.

  • Manage Assignment - you can add another class/student/group to the current assignment.

  • View Live Progress - you can watch your students move through the assignment in Real Time.


Sending from a Collection


Once you find a Collection you would like to send to your students, you can either send each individual assignment to your students or you can schedule the entire collection to be sent to your students.


To send an individual assignment to your students, click the Assign button and follow the instructions from the LIbrary.


To send a collection of assignments to your students, follow these instructions.


1. Schedule - Click the Schedule button.



2. Classes - The Assignment Scheduler will open. Use the pull-down menu to select your classes.

3. Start Date - Select a date and time to send the first assignment.

4. Recurring Days - Click on the days of the week to send the assignment.

5. Close Dates - Choose the number of days after the Start Date to close the assignment.

6. Individual Assignments - If desired, select specific start and end dates and times. You can remove an assignment by clicking the Remove button.

7. Assign - Click the Assign button to send all of the assignments in this Collection.



Sending from My Assignments

The My Assignments page contains assignments saved from the Library, assignments saved from Collections, assignments you created, or assignments shared with you by another educator.


You can send assignments to their students directly from the My Assignments page. To do this, follow these instructions.


1. Action - Under Actions column, click on 3 dots to expand the actions menu beside the assignment you would like to send to your students.

2. Assign - Click the Assign button.



3. Schedule - The Assignment Scheduler will open.


A. Choose from the following options:

  • Assign to Classes - check the box beside the class or classes you want to send the assignment to.

  • Assign to Students - check the box beside the student or students you want to send this to.

  • Assign to Groups  - check the box beside the group or groups you want to send the assignment to.

  • Assign with Link - post the link in Google Classroom or write it on the board for your students to copy.

B. Check the box beside the class/student/group you are sending the assignment to.

C. Enter a start and end time if desired.

D. Click the Assign button.


3. A Confirmation Box shows that you have successfully sent the assignment. This will have three options:

  • Close - returns to the Assignment Library where you can find another assignment to send to your students.

  • Manage Assignment - you can add another class/student/group to the current assignment.

  • View Live Progress - you can watch your students move through the assignment in Real Time.



For more help with this or any other topic on Edcite, please email hello@edcite.com.


The following is the link fo the Google document with this solution:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xk3QtYerMFeb0M_pxwCkWTkTY353ZeIZgGndxheVZXk/edit?usp=sharing


ENG03-001

Updated 14 Aug 2018


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