How do I know students are focusing on their work in class?

When your students are working on Education Perfect in class, you can track their progress live and make sure they are focusing on the task at hand.

Who's Online Now?

Teachers can use the Who's Online feature to see all students who are online at any given moment. To access this, navigate to a class, then click View Manage Classes.

We're currently making some updates to the EP teacher interface. Until this area is updated, some actions (including viewing online students) will need to be completed via the View Manage Classes button, or by toggling back to the original EP experience.

From here, toggle to Who's Online. You'll be shown which students are online, as well as which lesson they are working on. If students aren't working on a lesson and are navigating through the platform, you'll see that they are (browsing)

Click the Filter button to enable a search for each column, and narrow down your view to see a specific student, class, subject, or activity.

You can also send Cheers to your students from this page - either individually, or to an entire group at once.

Using the Monitor feature

Use the Monitor tab of an assigned Task or Assessment to monitor the work students are doing in real-time.

First, you'll need to assign a task to your class. Once they begin work, navigate to the Tasks section of your dashboard and click into the relevant Task (the same applies to Assessments).

To use the Monitor feature, you must assign the work as a Task or Assessment. This feature is not available for work that students complete independently through their Content Library.

Click the Monitor tab. Students who have been assigned the work are displayed on the left-hand side of the page. Here you can see their current status and their completion rate. Any students encountering an issue will be highlighted.

The page shows a timeline of student actions, giving you full details of how students are progressing.

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