By following the steps below, you can permanently remove a student's work on an objective so that the student can start over. Resetting an objective returns the objective to the Assigned () status. All previous work on the objective will be lost.
If you are using groups, and your students are working on the same objectives in more than one group or in both a group and the class as a whole, resetting the objective in one place also affects the other locations.
Who can do this with default capabilities?
District Administrators, School Administrators, Teachers
Select the green Accelerated Math tile (shown below) on the Home page; then, select Assignment Book.
The Assignment Book lists the students who are in one class. The class name is shown above the list of students. If you have access to more than one Accelerated Math school, use the School drop-down list to choose the school for which you want to view a class Assignment Book. If you have more than one class, and you want to select a different class, click the Class drop-down list and select the class name. If you need to reset objectives for a group, select the group from the Group drop-down list.
In the Assignment Book, check the box next to each student for whom you want to reset objectives. If you want to select all students, you do not need to check any boxes before going on to the next step.
On the left side of the page, you will see a list of options. Click Hold/Unassign/Reset in this list.
Check the box for each objective that you want to reset. (You cannot select objectives with unscored assignments.)
If you selected more than one student, check the box that appears where the column for the objective and the row for the student intersect. If you want to select the same objective for all students, click in the box next to the objective number at the top of the column. To see the descriptions and libraries for objectives, position your mouse over the objective numbers, or scroll through the list at the top of the page.
Click . Click it again to hide the standards. Objectives in bold text are related to your standards.
Click next to an objective description to see sample problems for that objective. If the icon is available, click it to see a worked example, which shows you the steps required to solve a sample problem and the answer.
Objectives marked with or a shaded corner next to the number () are core objectives.
Notice that this page uses symbols to show you the status of each student's work on each objective. To see the symbol name, position your mouse over the symbol or click Legend in the upper right corner of the page.
Click Reset. The Assigned () symbol will appear next to the objectives you selected.
Click Done to return to the Assignment Book.