Assign supplemental content from iLearn Math to any student or students, at any time. At times we recommend using Assignments to deliver grade level content to students who are well below grade level in iLearn Math, or to students who have advanced beyond grade level. For both groups, this provides an opportunity to refocus on math concepts that are at grade level. Assignments can also be used to give students more practice or instruction, review for end of year tests, or for homework/classwork.
Building an Assignment is simple in iLearn. Here are the steps you follow to create an Assignment.
Click the arrow for each step below to see details.
To log in, go to www.ilearn.com/login and enter your username and password. You will arrive at the Hub. Simply click "Assignments" (in the lower left) to launch the tool.
Once the Assignment Manager has loaded, click the button on the far left labeled "Create Assignments."
Click Homework/Classwork. Some users also see iLearn Learning Progression.
A "Homework/Classwork" Assignment allows you to assign whole chapters or lessons or parts of lessons, and the content is presented to you in the same order as seen in iLearn Math. An "iLearn Learning Progression" allows you to assign whole chapters only and the content is grouped by standard (for example: Counting and Cardinality). With both types, you will be able to assign the exact same content; the difference is how you see the content grouped.
To build the Assignment, first type a name unique and descriptive name for it (for example: 3rd Grade Fractions). This name will appear on Students’ Hub and they will click the button next to this name to open.
Also assign a due date and time. This will be the date and time at which the Assignment will no longer be available to students.
Finally, select an access order of "Fixed Order" or "Any Order." Fixed Order ensures students progress through the Assignment in the order of content you identify, without the ability to move to different parts of your Assignment. Any Order allows the student to select and learn any of the content in the Assignment at any time and in any order. We recommend using Fixed Order for most Assignments.
Assignment Manager for 2021-2022.
Almost done! Add either whole Chapters or Lessons, but not both, in the same assignment. You cannot mix Chapters and Lesson in the same assignment. If you want to assign just Lessons, you can turn off parts of a Lesson (Lesson Challenge Quiz, Lesson Instruction, or Lesson Practice). If you assign a Chapter, all parts are included and cannot be turned off, to maintain Challenge and Mastery requirements.
To choose content, simply double-click the Chapter or Lesson name, or click once and then click "add to assignment."
When done, click "save" in the lower right.
Once you've saved the Assignment you will be asked to assign students (you do not have to assign students now. You can do that at any time).
To assign a student, click "assign/unassign students" and select a class (or all classes). Click the box next to a student's name to add a check mark, or click "Select All" to assign all students. Then, click "save" at the top.
That's it! You can build an Assignment in less than 5 minutes any time you want throughout the school year. When students log in, they'll see your Assignment at the right of the Hub when they log in.
It’s easy to edit an Assignment to include additional students, change the due date, to add or remove content, or both. Follow the steps below to edit an Assignment.
To log in, go to www.ilearn.com/login and enter your username and password. You will arrive at the Hub. Simply click "Assignments" (in the lower left) to launch the Assignment Manager.
Once the Assignment Manager has loaded, simply double click the Assignment you would like to edit.
After double clicking the Assignment, the details display. On the left, you can click to "assign/unassign" to add or remove students from the assignment.
To add new students, check the box next to their name. To remove, click to uncheck the box.
You can also add or remove content in the Assignment by clicking "edit Assignment contents." This works the same as when building an Assignment. Just double-click the Chapter or Lesson to add, or to remove, select the content and click the blue left-facing arrow.
Important: if the Assignment was built with Chapters, you can only add or remove Chapters. If built with Lessons, you can only add or remove Lessons.
If you add additional content to the Assignment, you do NOT need to reassign students - they will receive the updated content. If you remove a check mark from a student's name, the student will no longer have access to the Assignment and you will lose reports for the Assignment to that student. If a student has already completed the Assignment and you add new content to it, the Assignment will reappear on the student's Hub and they will only complete the new content you added.
Once you've completed either assigning/unassigning students or adding/removing content from the Assignment, click "save."
That's all there is to editing an Assignment. Remember, only remove the check mark next to a student's name if you want to unassign them from the content. Removing the check mark and saving will remove the Assignment from the student's list, and will remove reports on the Assignment for that student. To add additional students, leave the previously assigned students checked, and just add the check mark to the new students.
Students immediately have access when assigned. If you do not want students to have access yet, save the Assignment without assigning, and then assign students at a later date.
Students access your Assignment by logging in at www.ilearn.com/login, and clicking the Assignment name on the right.