Click on the worksheet card corresponding to the worksheet you want to monitor the progress of. This will present a page which shows the current state of progress of all students who have been assigned a worksheet. On this page there are three columns: The first column is for students who have yet to start or are in progress. The bar will show how many questions they have attempted so far. The second column is for when a student has handed in their work and is awaiting marking, the bar shows how many questions they attempted. The third column shows the results of the marked worksheets.
To mark a students worksheet, first navigate to the worksheet and then click Mark next to the students name. If they are in the left column it means they haven’t submitted their work, however you can still mark it by clicking the ‘View’ button.
This will present the worksheet with the students answers. Click the green tick for correct answers, the red cross for incorrect answers and the orange slash for half a mark. You can also click the blue speech bubble to add a comment for the students answer.
At the end of the worksheet you can add a general comment for the student to read and then click ‘Complete’ to return the marked worksheet to the student.
Click the ‘Mark All’ button at the top of the second column to simultaneously mark all of the work that has been handed in. This is just like marking a single worksheet however you can see all of the different students answers next to each other to speed up your marking!
For the multiple choice and checkbox answers you can assign the correct answer by clicking the tick next to the answer which is correct when creating the worksheet. This will automatically mark these questions for you.
In the right hand column of a worksheet page you will be able to see all of the results for the worksheets that have been marked for that class. Students can see their work by returning to the worksheet on their device.
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URSOR is a brand-new app designed to allow kids to search the internet in a safe, appropriate manner. At URSOR we never track, allow advertising, or collect data of your child’s usage. Our goal at URSOR is to make a useful, safe platform for kids to start their early digital education. URSOR also allows kids to save and organise their previous searches in a visual way that helps retain knowledge and make connections between all of their interests!
For us at URSOR, an Internet for Kids means a safe place where kids can explore age-appropriate content on their favourite topics without the distractions of ads, click-bait, and hyperactive targeted content. Inside URSOR there is no social media, no auto-play YouTube, and no mindless and passive attention-killing content. Kids should be able to access the vast knowledge of the web without the exploitation of their vulnerable developing brains.
You would never throw your kid into the deep-end of a pool before he can swim, so we wouldn’t suggest doing the same with unfiltered, open-ended surfing online. URSOR starts kids slowly by introducing them to the basics of searching, choosing, and navigating sources. We remove the distractions of ads and excessive paid-for links so kids can learn first to view, digest, and retain information in a healthy age-appropriate manner.
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