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Student Profiles

Student profiles can help teachers monitor student progress and growth. It also allows teachers to set up the "spell check" option for specific students.

To view a student profile, click on the "student" button on the left-hand column.

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Then search for a student by entering their first and last name.

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Student Information

When viewing the student profile, you will see the student's log in information/credentials, which includes the student's name, school, student code, email address and when the account was created.

Accessibility Settings

After the student information, there is a section labelled: "accessibility settings."  By checking the box, "allow spell check for this student," you give the student access to use spell check for any exam that they take.  They will always be able to use the spell check feature when taking any exam within their organization, even if spell check wasn't selected as an option for a specific exam.

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Exam Results

Under the heading "exams" you will see a list of all the exams the student has taken.  If you have published the results to the student, you can click on "view result."  This will pull up whatever portion or portions of the exam you published to the student, including their scores and your annotations.

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Ability/Rubric Results

Under the heading "abilities" you can select a particular rubric and monitor how the student has been performing on each ability within that rubric.  You will be able to see what grade they earned on which exam and question number.  This can help teachers monitor the student's progress on a particular skill or objective over time.

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Classes

The final heading, labelled "classes", lists which classes the student is enrolled in within your organization.

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