Can students submit work/notes/annotations from the eBook?
The Perfection Learning eBooks have tools to annotate but they function like a typical eReader and are only visible to the student or individual user. Within the Perfection Next platform, eBook annotations will not sync to the teacher. 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 insert the picture in a document (Word, PowerPoint) and then submit it to the teacher by attaching that to an email.
In the Interactive Edition, how do I (the teacher) see student work?
This feature is only available in the interactive editions. At this time, we have limited products that offer interactive editions. Contact your sales consultant to see if the product you want has this feature. Submitting student work The Perfection ...
Do I need to create a class to assign work?
Classes are like your classroom; classes allow your students to interact with the learning materials. The Interactive Edition must first be added to a class for you to create assignments. Start by creating your classes. Next, add the programs each ...
Adding Students to Class
Click on the full screen icon to fit video to screen. Follow the steps below to add students to a class. You will need to Create a Class and Add Products to Class before following the steps below. You should only follow this process if you are NOT ...
Adding Students as Users
Click on full screen icon to fit video to screen. Follow the steps below to add an individual student into the system. You should only follow this process if you are NOT following the Using the Class Code process. Click the three horizontal bars in ...
Uploading Students Using a CSV File
Click on the full screen icon to fit video to screen. Follow the steps below to upload multiple students into the system. You should only follow this process if you are NOT following the Using the Class Code process. Click the three horizontal ...
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