Understanding the Course Page

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If your course is mapped to a section that you teach, you'll be able to see the course on the left menu. If you have 6 or more courses, you can click All Courses to access all courses. The course page is broken into 4 different tabs:

Overview: you can see which teachers at your school also teach the same course under the name of the course. You can also choose to copy the course or edit the course. You'll also find Projects or Math Units, Focus Areas, and the Cognitive Skills and standards associated with the course. Projects, Math Units, or Focus Areas with Base Updates will have an orange dot to indicate an update. On the right of the page, you'll see the weights of the course grading configuration.

Students: Includes letter grades, cognitive skill averages, number of overdue Projects, and Focus Area progress

Assessments: Includes assessment requests and current assessment activity

Goals: You can see the goals set by the students in your course for the day

Learn more about working with courses on the Summit Learning Platform.

 

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