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            Assignment Library - Browse by Standard

            Our Assignment Library is a rich resource filled with teacher-created assignments. There are two ways to search for an assignment in our Library; by Term or by Standard. This document will walk you through Searching by Standard.

            Find an Assignment



            A. Select the Browse Standards button.

            B. Click the drop-down menu and choose your state or CCSS (Common Core Standards).

            C. Click the drop-down menu and select the subject.

            D. Click the plus signs until you see the specific standard you are looking for.

            E. Click on that standard and the assignments tagged to that standard will populate on the right-hand side of the page.


            Search through the list of assignments until you find one that is appropriate for your students.

            For each assignment, you may want to:


            F. Assign the Assignment to Students.

            G. Preview the Assignment.

            H. More options such as customize the assignment or accessing the student view.


            Send an Assignment

            When you are ready to send an assignment to students,  click the Assign button. You will be navigated to the Assignment Scheduler. Here, you can:



            I. Assign the assignment to Classes, Students, Groups, or with a Link. The link is used to post in Google Classroom or to write on the board for students to copy.

            J. Check the box beside the class, student, or group you are sending the assignment to.

            K. Set the start time and end time if desired.

            L. Click the Assign button.


            Once the Assign button is clicked, you will receive a confirmation message confirming that the assignment has been sent successfully. At this point, you can close the box and go back to the Library, Manage the Assignment, or view the Live Progress of the assignment.



            For more help on this or any other topics, please contact hello@edcite.com.


            Click the following link to access the Google Document for this solution:

            https://docs.google.com/document/d/1F1MsvCkT1RaxGxBHrQLBDinzzFxmcFWard2IDmAn1gk/edit?usp=sharing


            ENG 01-002

            Updated 25 Jul 2018


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