Next Steps Education Perfect Humanities

Welcome to this help guide on using other EP Features with the EP Humanities content. If you are new to EP Humanities, check out this help guide here to get started. This guide will give you some next steps after enrolling your classes, being able to set a task and checking progress on a task.

How do I know my students are focusing on the set task?

Once you have set a task on EP Humanities, you can monitor whether your students are focused on the task. You can see whether students go off task or experience other problems such as internet connectivity issues. This ‘live feed’ can be turned on when assigning a task. Teachers can monitor the live feed in real-time, or it can be checked at a later date if you assign a task as a homework task. All data is saved in the ‘live feed’ tab of a task so it can always be checked at a future date. To find out more click here.

How do I give students feedback on their extended responses?

Smart lessons on EP Humanities contain extended response questions where students have to type a response, record themselves or draw a response (questions with the blue and white pencil symbol). These questions ensure students are using higher-order thinking skills. Once your students have completed these extended response questions teachers can check student responses and give feedback. To learn how to check these responses and give feedback, click here.

Assigning Pre-built Geography Assessments to Students

Geography units contain pre-built topic tests. You can use these as summative or formative assessment tasks, as pre-tests, post-tests and end of topic tests. There are many ways you could use these, all of which will save you planning and marking time as all topic tests are automatically marked. Assessments in EP also automatically recommend more tasks for students based on their performance in the assessment. Teachers could assign a pre-built assessment as a pre-test and when they are finished  students will receive recommended tasks of what they should complete as next steps. 

You can read through our help guides How do I assign a pre-built assessment? And How do I view my students' assessment results? for more details on how to do this.

Assigning Pre-built History Assessments to Students

History units contain pre-built topic tests. You can use these as summative or formative assessment tasks, as pre-tests, post-tests and end of topic tests. There are many ways you could use these, all of which will save you planning and marking time as all topic tests are automatically marked. Assessments in EP also automatically recommend more tasks for students based on their performance in the assessment. Teachers could assign a pre-built assessment as a pre-test and when they are finished students will receive recommended tasks of what they should complete as next steps. 

You can read through our help guides How do I assign a pre-built assessment? And How do I view my students' assessment results? for more details on how to do this.

How do I set the Recommended Remediation Tasks for my students after they have completed an assessment?

EP assessments automatically generate recommended tasks for students based on any topics or questions where they may have had some difficulty. Teachers can set up assessments to automatically allocate these tasks or set this up manually so that teachers can check the list of recommendations for each student and set them. To see the recommended tasks and how to set them, check out this article here.

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For further guidance on using EP features and how EP can support; Assessment for Learning, Differentiation and Targeted Remediation, Peer Review, The Flipped Classroom and Teaching Remotely - visit our help guide Pedagogical Approaches with EP Humanities.

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