How do I create an assignment?

Creating an assignment for one class

Go to My Items > My Classes and click Assignments in the correct class.

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You will then be taken to that classes' Assignments page.

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If you have never created any assignments before for this class, the page will look like the example below.

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To add an Assignment, click +Add in the Assignments section.

Add the details of your assignment.

You have the option to choose your Marking Type. You can select the options of grade, number, percentage, Comment only or No mark. This gives teachers the flexibility to create assignments that are only required to be submitted and not marked, or that only require a comment.

Once you have added the details of the assignment, click Next.

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If you have chosen to mark using grades, you can then choose the available grades. you can also choose to enable comments. Once you have added your grades, click Next.

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On the next page, you can decide on the submission deadline.

If you select a Due lesson, the assignment will be accessible from the chosen lesson and the due time will be set to the start time of the lesson.

If you select a Due date, this specifies the date and time the schoolwork should be handed in. This defaults to the end of the next lesson if there is one.

If you chose to tick the Submit via Arbor box, students will be able to submit their assignment via the student portal (if you have activated this feature). All assignments can also be handed in in-person and logged in Arbor. 

Once you have chosen the details of the assignment, click Save.

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 You will be returned to that classes' Assignments page.

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You can edit the details of the assignment by clicking the assignment and clicking the orange Edit button.

You can delete the assignment by clicking the red Delete button.

You can view, input and amend submission statuses and marks by clicking the green Markbook button.

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After clicking Markbook, you will be taken to the Assignment Markbook for that assignment.

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You can then add comments and grades, or change the statuses of each student's assignment.

 

Creating an assignment for multiple classes 

Teachers can create an assignment and assign it to multiple classes.

To do this, click the Quick Actions button from your Arbor Dashboard, then select Create Assignment

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On the Create New Assignment page, you can add the details of your assignment.

You have the option to choose your Marking Type. You can select the options of grade, number, percentage, Comment only or No mark. This gives teachers the flexibility to create assignments that are only required to be submitted and not marked, or that only require a comment.

Once you have added the details of the assignment, click Next.

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As you can see in the example, teachers can choose to assign to any classes that they are the academic lead for.

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After clicking Next, you can choose the date and time the assignment is due. you cannot select a lesson, as you are assigning it to multiple classes that have lessons scheduled at different times.

If you chose to tick the Submit via Arbor box, students will be able to submit their assignment via the student portal (if you have activated this feature). All assignments can also be handed in in-person and logged in Arbor. 

Once you have chosen the details of the assignment, click Save.

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When you click Save, you will be taken to My Classes.

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