Can students submit work/notes/annotations from the eBook (not Interactive Edition)?
The Perfection Learning eBooks have tools to annotate but they function like a normal eReader and are only visible to the student or individual user. If a student writes, draws, leaves comments, highlights, etc., they could use the screen capture or snippet tool that is native to their device. This will "take a picture" of their eBook and annotations. At that point, a student could attach that to an email, insert to a Word, PowerPoint or other document and then submit to the teacher through another system. Within the Perfection Next platform, eBook annotations will not sync to the teacher but students can take a screen capture and send outside of our platform.
In the Interactive Edition, I (the teacher) cannot see students answers or comments. How do I see their work?
The Perfection Learning Interactive Text editions offers different activities depending on the content purchased. When a student completes a vocabulary, discuss, etc there is a Submit or Share button. The student must click Submit or Share ...
Do I need to create a class to assign work?
The answer is yes. The Interactive Edition must be added to a class for you to be able to create assignments. Please see the Creating an Assignment article for more information on assigning work.
Can I print my eBook?
Most of our eBooks on Perfection Next are not printable. However, we do have some teacher editions that may have a printable option. Follow the steps below to see if your eBook is printable. Go to www.perfectionnext.com and sign in to your ...
In the Interactive Edition, can a student edit their submitted response?
Yes, students are able to Edit their responses in the Interactive Text. Students will go to the exercise they would like to edit. There will be an "Edit" button (they may need to go to the last question box). Students can change their response and ...
Does the Perfection Next app work offline?
The Perfection Next app can be used offline. Any eBooks a user has downloaded from their bookshelf can be accessed while disconnected from the Internet. Annotations or notes made while in offline mode will be synced to the system upon ...