How can I test Tasks/Assessments myself?

To help you to ensure that the activities you're planning on running go smoothly, Education Perfect has the option for you to test work yourself before assigning it to your students.

Assigning to the Staff Class

The following guide applies to both tasks and assessments.

First, you'll need to assign a Task to the Staff class. This will allow you to set the work up the way you want it, without your students being able to access it.

Start by navigating to either the Tasks or Assessments section.

In this article, we'll go through the Tasks section as an example. All of the steps also apply to the Assessments section.

Next, click Assign Task.

Select the type of lesson you'd like to assign. Once you've done that, under the Who? section, select the Staff class and set up the Task as you would for your students.

For more information on setting up a Task, check out our guide by clicking here.

Once you've assigned it, click the Home icon.

In the dropdown menu, select Student Zone. This will take you to the Student Zone, which is what your students see when they log in.

Click the Tasks & Assessments button at the top of the page.

If you have tasks assigned to your classes, they'll also show you up on this page. Either scroll down and look for the work you just assigned or search for the name of the task at the top of the page.

Click on it to try it out.

Reassigning the Task to your Students

If you're happy with the task, you can copy it over to your students. To do this, head back to the Teacher Zone. Navigate back to the task in the Tasks & Homework section and click Make a Copy.

Under the Who? section, untick the Staff class and click on the class(es) that you'd like to assign the work to.

Once you've done that, you have the option of changing any settings for the task. When you're happy, assign the task.

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