ESGI’s Assignment Center serves as the new centralized location for all student Self-Assess tests. Step by step instructions for how to use the Assignment Center for testing your students can be found below:

Accessing Assignment Center:

Click on the “Assignments” button in the left margin of the home screen, then “+” to add a new assignment:

Select Students from your Class, Group or Student Setting:

  • Students must have credentials set up before an assignment can be created. A red lock symbol will be displayed to the right of a student’s name if their credentials have not been added yet.
  • Clicking on the lock symbol will allow you to add credentials for the student (note that students cannot access assignments without credentials). 
  • You have the option to select students with credentials only

Add Self-Assess tests:

  • Use the dropdown arrow to select the subject tab.
  • Please note that only Self-Assess tests that are already added to a Subject Tab will display at this step in the Assignment creation process
  • Add up to three multiple choice tests for students to complete on their own device
  • Select “Find More Self-Assess Tests” to locate additional available tests

Creating Assignments:

  • Enter Assignment Name & Description
    • Please note that Assignment Name is a required field, Description is optional
  • You have the option to click on Create, Create Draft or Post to students right away.
    • Create: will save and can be posted to students later
    • Create Draft: will save and can be edited and completed later
    • Post to Students: post the assignment to your students to begin testing right away

Assignment Preview Page:

  • Assignment Name
  • Current Assignment status (defaults to last status chosen) 
    • Use dropdown menu to filter for Draft, Not Started, In Progress or Completed.
    • Assignments will default to chronological order by Create Date, with the most recently created Assignment at the top
  • Assignment Description (if filled out)
  • Created/Posted/Completed Date
  • Assignment Status
  • Tests included
  • Students assigned
  • Completion progress for each test and student
  • Add, edit, or view student credentials
  • Post to Students – Students gain access to the Assignment
  • Edit button - Takes you back to Create/Edit workflow, where you can make changes to the tests or students that are assigned to a particular Assignment
  • Delete – Deletes the Assignment and removes the students’ access to it (note that already completed test sessions will NOT be deleted, just the assignment itself and subsequent access to it).
  • Complete Assignment – Manually completes the Assignment, closing off Student access to it. Please note that once an Assignment has been manually Completed, all test sessions will be marked complete and partially completed tests will count with the score that has been achieved at the point of completion.

Student Instructions:

  • For Student sign-on instructions, each teacher will receive a set of instructions upon Posting the Assignment, which guide teachers in instructing Students how to access the Assignment:

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  • Teachers will also be able to access optional Student Login cards by clicking on the icon Add, edit, or view student credentials 
  • The downloaded PDF will generate the Student Login cards, which will include the following pieces of information:
    • URL to access
    • District Code to authenticate back to the correct user
    • Username
    • Password

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Student Login Page

  • Once Students accesses the Student Login using the instructions given to them by their teacher, they will enter their credentials, therefore authenticating and redirecting to them to their individual Assignment page.

Assignment Center login for Students:

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Student Login page (After District ID has been entered):

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  • Student Assignment Page: Once the Student has been directed to their Assignment page, they will see:
    • Student Name
    • Number of Assignments Active (In list form)
    • Number of Completed Assignments

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  • From the Assignment Page, Students can then click on an Assignment and be taken to the Student Test Page, where they can begin their first test!

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