Manually assigning Recommended Tasks to students after an assessment

Once you have assessed your students, it can be helpful to follow up with tasks that can help them to fill in knowledge gaps. Education Perfect can automatically create an individualised set of work for every student, based on their specific needs.

Questions in EP assessments can be tagged with specific skills. These can then be linked to related Smart Lessons, and recommendations are made by the platform based on student performance in those skills.

Read more about Recommended Tasks here.

Navigate to the Assessments tab from your dashboard, and click on the relevant Assessment. Next, click the Analysis tab.

Assessment tab and tile

Click on the View Recommendations button. This will take you to a list of recommended tasks.

How to view recommended tasks using the 'View Recommendations' function

Click View Details next to a recommended task if you would like to see the students who have bene higlighted, as well as how they scored on each question.

Click the Assign this Recommendation button to assign a single recommendation or the Assign more Recommendations button to assign multiple different recommendations.

How to assign recommendations via the ‘Assign this Recommendation’ or ‘Assign more Recommendations’ functions

Select your settings from the pop-up window that appears, including how much work to assign to students, and whether to exclude specific students. 

How to customise settings about recommendations to be assigned

Ticking the Filter Recommended Tasks box allows you to customise the assignment. You will also see approximately how long each section should take and how many students will be assigned each section.

Showing the ‘Filter recommended tasks’ function to assign tasks based on specific components

When you're finished, click Assign Tasks.

If you assign recommended tasks more than once on the same assessment (for example after the first class completes it, then again when the second class completes it), the first class will end up with two tasks assigned to them.

We recommend assigning recommended tasks once, after all students have sat the assessment.

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