The Assignment Book lets you manage and monitor your students' work in Accelerated Math. If you have more than one class or school, start by choosing your school and/or class at the top of the page. If you are using groups, use the Group drop-down list to choose the one you want to work with (or the class as a whole); you can also select Class Overview to see an overview of students' current work for all groups and the class.
If this is the first time you've visited the Assignment Book for this class, do the following:
If you see a green box that says you must assign an objective list, click an option to choose whether to select or create a list; then, click Select. You don't need to create your own list if you prefer not to; Accelerated Math already includes an objective list for each library that includes all the library's objectives.
To assign objectives for students, check the box next to each student's name or check the box at the top of the list if you want to select the whole class. Then, click Assign Objectives on the left side of the page. If you would like Accelerated Math to automatically assign additional objectives as needed when you generate a practice, see the Practice preference for the class.
To generate assignments, check the boxes next to student names and click one of the Generate links on the left side of the page, or click Generate Assignments for all students with no work above the student list.
The Assignment Book makes it easy to monitor student work. You can see the following:
The date on which unscored assignments of each type were generated. By moving the mouse over the date, you can also see the objectives included in the assignment; for paper assignments, you will also see the form number. Bold dates show you which assignments were generated three or more school days ago.
Whether action is needed for each student - you may need to generate an assignment, generate a test, intervene because the student is struggling with an objective, or assign objectives because the student has no or few active objectives. Click a message in the Actions column to begin the action.
The links on the left side of the Assignment Book allow you to
assign objectives to students
generate practices, exercises, tests, and diagnostic tests for selected students
regenerate or delete unscored assignments
put objectives on hold, reset student work for objectives, or unassign objectives
score assignments using keyboard entry
create groups within the class or manage the groups you have already created
print the Status of the Class or Diagnostic Reports or regenerate TOPS Reports for specific assignments
manage objectives in your list (including mastery criteria)
transfer student Accelerated Math work (data) from another class
copy settings from another class, including the selected objective list and classroom preference settings
view the same math glossary that students see in Renaissance Home Connect (if it is available based on your subscription)
If the Enter Core Progress link is available, click it to go to a research-based progression of knowledge and skills that helps you identify knowledge gaps, differentiate instruction, and determine next steps.
Messages you may see on this page (click the links below for more information):
If you see this message in a green box, click one of the options in the box and click Select to start creating or selecting an objective list.
Above the list of students, you may also see a link that allows you to generate assignments for all students with no work; if you have students with objectives marked Intervene, you'll see a link that allows you to generate an exercise or diagnostic test for all students who need intervention.
What do you want to do?
Manage objectives or objective lists.
Find out more about the symbols that show the student's objective status.
Change the objective standards that are in boldface in Accelerated Math.
Generate a practice, exercise, or test.
Regenerate a paper assignment.
Score a paper practice, exercise, or test.
Find out how students complete online assignments.
Delete a practice, exercise, or test.
Print reports from the Assignment Book.
Put an objective on hold.
Unassign an objective.
Reset an objective.
Read more about how students master objectives.
Change the requirements (criteria) for mastering objectives.
Transfer student data from one class to another.
Copy objective list and preference settings from another class.
Find out more about groups.