If you would like your students to access your Premium membership and play from home, you have the ability to provide each child with an individual Student Code so that he/she can sign in to your benefits, but not access your membership. At home, your students can visit education.com/games/play, sign in with their Student Codes, and then begin playing.
Please see the directions below:
To access the Student Code, log in to your Premium membership, click on the Premium user ID in the top right-hand corner, then select "Your Students/ Your Children." You will be taken to a new page where you will see a code for each student in your account. If you would like to provide parents with a letter explaining how to access Education.com at home, you can select the student/s you would like the code for from the left of their name, select "Print Codes" and a letter will be generated for you. You can also download the letter if you prefer to email it to the parents of your student's.
The Assignments feature allows Premium members to assign specific worksheets, games or exercises to their students. The Assignments manager can be found under your Premium user ID in the top right-hand corner.
How to Assign Worksheets, Games or Exercises:
- Select the content you’d like to assign, for example a worksheet, game, exercise, or Guided Lesson.
- Click on the “Assign Digitally” button.
- From here, you have two options: Add to an existing Assignment or create a new Assignment.
- If you select "Create new Assignment", give it a name. You can select how many attempts the student gets to complete the Assignment, and also if you would like this Assignment to be “Mandatory.” These are both optional, but if "Mandatory" is enabled, students must complete this Assignment before they will be able to play other games.
- Click “Continue.”
- Select the child(ren) you want to send this Assignment to, and then you can choose to select “Publish Assignment.” If you don’t publish now, this Assignment will be saved as a draft. If you have not yet added a student to your account, you can do so in the process of creating an Assignment.
- Click “Save and Finish.” You will see a confirmation message once it has been successfully assigned.
- If you prefer to add this new content to an existing assignment, Select "Assign Digitally" then choose the assignment you would like to add it to and select "Add".
Please note: There is a maximum limit of 40 items per assignment.
How Children Can Access Their Assignments:
- Your students can log in to your account at Education.com using your Premium membership email and password. Students can also log in to our kid-safe environment at education.com/games/play. Please have them select "Sign In" and on the next screen they can select "Use Access Code" and then enter their Classroom or Student Code.
- Once your child selects their profile, they will land on our main menu where they will see available Assignments and due dates (if applicable).
- To complete the Assignments, students click on the games or exercises listed on the Assignment page, click "Play", learn and have fun!
The main menu also allows students to see their progress in each individual game and exercise in the Assignment.
Editing an Assignment or Changing the due date:
- To access your Assignments, sign in to your account and click on your Premium user ID in the top right-hand corner of any page.
- You can then select “Assignments.” You’ll be able to make edits to Assignments from here, like removing worksheets, games or exercises, or changing the due date.
- When you sign into your “Assignments” tab, you will see “In Progress” which contains all active Assignments, “Draft” which contains any Assignments you have created but not yet assigned, and also “Finished” which contains all past due Assignments.
- To edit an active Assignment (such as changing its due date), click on it in the table, and then click on the gear icon next to the Assignment’s name. You can edit its details, duplicate it, or click on “Unassign” to revert it into a draft.
- If you select "Edit" next to the Assignment title you can reorder the content of the assignment or delete an item from the assignment.
- To delete an active Assignment, you must first click “Unassign.” Then, you can click on the gear icon again to find the “Delete” option for it.
- To edit a draft Assignment, you can click on the gear icon to see the available options, as explained above.
- To delete a draft Assignment, click on the gear icon next to the Assignment’s name to see the “Delete” option.
- If you click “Assign” for a draft Assignment, then it will be sent to your children for them to play.
- To change the children who are on an active Assignment, scroll down and click on “Edit,” which can be found to the right of the title “Assigned Children.”
Track Assignment Progress:
- On the “My Assignments” page, you will see a progress bar for “Student Progress.” This shows how many children have started the Assignment. For example, if there are 2 children assigned to an Assignment, and one has finished it, then you will see “1 finished · 1 not started.”
- To see more detailed progress for each child, click into an Assignment. If you scroll down to “Assigned Children,” then you can click on their name in the table to see their progress on specific items.
- To grade digitally assigned worksheets, once you have selected the student, click on “Set Score” next to the worksheet title. You can then enter the score for the worksheet. The score will be fed into Progress Tracker, which will show their overall grade.
- You can then repeat this process if there are multiple students in the Assignment and you can also see suggested resources for each student under the “Class Score Chart” tab where you can then assign further content if needed.
- Please Note: The Assignment only becomes “Finished” when the due date passes. If your children complete the Assignment before the due date, then it will remain “In Progress.”
For extra resources, please see the links below:
Weekly Boost - https://www.education.com/weekly-boost/
Independent Study Packets - https://www.education.com/workbooks/independent/
Guided Lessons - https://www.education.com/games/play/
Workbooks - https://www.education.com/workbooks/