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1 SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide Release 1.0 Copyright Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliates

2 Copyright Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SuccessMaker is a registered trademark of Pearson Education, Inc. or its affiliates. Part Number

3 Contents Chapter 1: Getting Started Introduction to the LMS Documentation and Audience Conventions Logging In Logging Out Chapter 2: Teacher Home Page Menu Options Groups Tab Students Tab Math Skills Tab Reading Skills Tab State Standards Tab Alerts Tab Chapter 3: Managing Students and Groups Managing Students Creating a Student Profile Managing Groups Creating a Group Profile Searching Groups Viewing and Editing Group Information Deleting Groups Chapter 4: Managing Courses Searching for Courses Customizing a Course Customizing Math Courseware Settings Customizing Math Courseware by Concept Customizing Math Courseware by Standards Customizing Reading Courseware Settings Customizing Reading Courseware by Concept Customizing Reading Courseware by Standards Assigning Courseware SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide iii

4 Chapter 5: Managing Assignments Creating Assignments Searching for an Assignment Modifying Assignments Adding Students and Groups to the Assignments Adding Students to Assignments Adding Groups to Assignments Deleting Assignments Chapter 6: Browsing and Assessing Fluency Files Browsing and Assessing Fluency Files by Asset Alert Browsing and Assessing Fluency Files by Student Browsing and Assessing Fluency Files by Assignment Types of Fluency Files Elapsed Time Retelling Fluency Chapter 7: Working with Reports Report Selection Student Performance Details Report Performance Graphs Skill Mastery Standards Mastery Reading the Student Details Report Standards Performance Details Report Reading the Standards Performance Details Report Student Notes Chapter 8: Student Assignments Chapter 9: Glossary SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide iv

5 Tables Table 1-1. Documentation and Audience Table 2-1. Teacher Home Page - Menu Options Table 2-2. Teacher Home Page - Groups Tab Fields Table 2-3. Teacher Home Page - Students Tab Fields Table 2-4. Teacher Home Page - Math Skills Tab Fields Table 2-5. Teacher Home Page - Reading Skills Tab Fields Table 2-6. Teacher Home Page - State Standards Tab Fields Table 2-7. Teacher Home Page - Alerts Tab Fields Table 3-1. New/Add Students Fields Table 3-2. Demographic Fields Table 3-3. Student Assignments Fields Table 3-4. New/Add Group Fields Table 3-5. Group Assignments Fields Table 4-1. Math Courseware Fields Table 4-2. Edit Mathematics Fields Table 4-3. Edit Math Courseware by Concept Fields Table 4-4. Edit Math Courseware By Standards Fields Table 4-5. Edit Reading Courseware Fields Table 4-6. Edit Reading Courseware by Concept Fields Table 4-7. Edit Reading Courseware By Standards Fields Table 5-1. Modifying Math Assignment Fields Table 5-2. Modifying Reading Assignment Fields SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide v

6 Table 6-1. Assessing Speed Drill - Assignment perspective Table 6-2. Elapsed Time Assessment Fields Table 6-3. Retelling Assessment Fields Table 6-4. Speed Drill Assessment Fields Table 6-5. Fluency Assessment Fields Table 7-1. Selecting a Report Table 7-2. Student Performance Details Report Fields Table 7-3. Student Performance Details Report - Skill Mastery Tab Fields Table 7-4. Student Performance Details Report - Standards Mastery Tab Fields Table 7-5. Standards Performance Details Report Fields Table 7-6. Student Notes Fields Table 8-1. Student Home Page Table 9-1. Terms and Definitions SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide vi

7 1 Getting Started This guide describes how to work with the SuccessMaker Learning Management System (LMS) to administer students, groups, and SuccessMaker courses. It helps teachers to customize SuccessMaker courses, manage assignments, and generate reports to monitor student progress. Introduction to the LMS The SuccessMaker LMS application facilitates anytime, anywhere access to learning content and administration. The LMS helps school administrators and teachers organize students and groups. Teachers can assign courses to students and groups, and evaluate their performance. It helps to manage the learning process of groups and individual students by customizing their instruction. Teachers can utilize the SuccessMaker courses to deliver learning content and resources to improve student academic performance. Documentation and Audience Table 1-1. Documentation and Audience Documentation LMS Administrator s Guide LMS User s Guide Math Reference Guide Reading Reference Guide Online help Audience Management system administrators Teachers and staff Teachers and staff Teachers and staff All, except students SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 1

8 Getting Started Conventions The following conventions are used in this guide: Bold The names of buttons and fields appear in bold in procedure steps. KEY NAMES The keys on the keyboard appear in uppercase. NOTE: A Note indicates information that emphasizes or supplements points within the main text. Typically, a Note provides information that may apply only in specific situations. IMPORTANT: An Important note provides critical information for the completion of a task. Do not disregard an Important note. CAUTION: A Caution warns you when a specified action my result in an undesirable consequence. Logging In To log in to the LMS application, you need a user name and password. A user name is a unique identifier provided to each user, along with a password, when a user is added to the system. Home-access users need an Internet connection to access the LMS application. The System Requirements document notes the minimum requirements for home access. If you do not know your user name and password, contact your system administrator. IMPORTANT: Your user name and password are case-sensitive. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 2

9 Getting Started To log in to the LMS application: 1. Open your web browser and connect to your organization s LMS website where the SuccessMaker product is located. An LMS login window appears. The specific address for the LMS website differs by organization, for example, Contact your system administrator if you do not know the website address for your school. 2. Type your user name in the Username field. 3. Type your password in the Password field, and then click Login. Your LMS home page appears. NOTE: If you type an incorrect user name or password, an error message appears. Click OK, and then re-type your user name and password. Figure 1-1. Teacher Login Page Logging Out To log out, click Logout in the main window. If a pop-up window is open, close it, and then click Logout. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 3

10 2 Teacher Home Page This chapter describes the screen elements on the Teacher home page. The Teacher home page allows you to manage your students, groups, and courseware and displays a summary of your group s and students performance, based on assignments, skills and state standards. You can see the legend for the proficiency scale on the right-hand side of the home page. The proficiency levels and labels for your school are configured by the administrator. The home page displays the following menu options: Home Users/Groups Courseware Reports The home page displays the following tabs: Groups Students Math Skills Reading Skills State Standards Alerts SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 4

11 Teacher Home Page Menu Options The menu options, as displayed in Figure 2-1 include Home, Users/Groups, Courseware, and Reports. These options allow for the creation and management of students, groups, courses, assignments and reports. Some teachers are authorized to act as both a teacher and an administrator using the same user ID and password. If you have permission, you can click the Change View button at the top right of the screen to switch between the teacher and administrator home pages. Figure 2-1. Teacher Home Page - Menu Options NOTE: You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the column heading. Table 2-1. Teacher Home Page - Menu Options Element Home Users/Groups Courseware Reports Change View Description Returns to the home page Provides options for creating and browsing groups and students Provides options for creating and browsing math and reading courses and assignments Provides options for generating Student Performance Details and Standards Performance Details reports Option to switch between the teacher and administrator home pages To access the Student Performance Details report, click the Average Score Distribution color bar for the assignment. The SuccessMaker Reports window appears, listing all of the students whose average score on the assignment falls within the selected proficiency level. Click the Report button next to a student to view their Student Performance Details Report. See Standards Performance Details Report on page 85 for details. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 5

12 Teacher Home Page To access the Standards Performance Details Report, click the Standard Details button for the assignment. The report displays information about the assessed standards for students in the group. See Standards Performance Details Report on page 85 for details. Groups Tab The Groups tab, as displayed in Figure 2-2, displays the list of your groups, assignments for each group, and number of students working on each assignment. The average score distribution and the performance details help you understand the performance of the group on each assignment. Figure 2-2. Teacher Home Page - Groups Tab Table 2-2. Teacher Home Page - Groups Tab Fields Element Display Group/Assignment Average Score Distribution Number of Students Options Description List of assignments. By default, the All Assignments option is displayed. List of groups and their assignments. The groups and assignments listed depend on the option you select from the Display list. The Mastery Distribution of all assigned students for the assignment. The color band represents the percent of students within each group and the average score for the assignment within the defined range for that band. Total number of students working on the assignment in a group. List of standards covered by this assignment. The Standard Detail report gives the information about the standards for students working on the assignment. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 6

13 Teacher Home Page To access the Student Performance Details report, click the Average Score Distribution color bar for the assignment. The SuccessMaker Reports window appears listing all of the students whose average score on the assignment falls within the selected proficiency level. Click the Report button next to a student to view their Student Performance Details report. The report displays information about the performance and progress of students on the assignment. See Student Performance Details Report on page 77 for details. To access the Standards Performance Details report, click the Standard Detail button for the assignment. The report displays information about the assessed standards for students in the report appears when you click the Standard Details of the assignment. The report displays information about the standards assigned to the students for each group whose performance on the assignment falls within the selected proficiency level. NOTE: You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the column heading. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 7

14 Teacher Home Page Students Tab The Students tab, as displayed in Figure 2-3, displays the list of your students and their assignments. The average score, within Course Level, and gain details provide information about the students performance on assignments. Figure 2-3. Teacher Home Page - Students Tab NOTE: You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the column heading.. Table 2-3. Teacher Home Page - Students Tab Fields Element Student Info Student/Assignment Average Score Description Displays student information List of students and their assignments. The student and assignment list depends on the option you select from the Display list. Cumulative performance across all assessed activities for the assignment SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 8

15 Teacher Home Page Table 2-3. Teacher Home Page - Students Tab Fields (continued) Element Within Course Level Gain Description Course level relative to the student's enrolled grade level. The left side of the progress bar represents the Initial Placement of the student for the assignment, and the right side of the progress bar represents the current course level for the assignment. Provides the difference between the student s placement level and the current course level. To assess the Standard Performance Details report, click the Average Score for the assignment. The report displays information about the performance and progress of a student on the assignment. See Student Performance Details Report on page 77 for details. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 9

16 Teacher Home Page Math Skills Tab The Math Skills tab, as displayed in Figure 2-4, displays the Mastery Distribution for the Math skill hierarchy (i.e., grade, strand, concept, and skill objective). Figure 2-4. Teacher Home Page - Math Skills Tab Table 2-4. Teacher Home Page - Math Skills Tab Fields Element Description Math Skill Objectives Mastery Distribution Displays the Math skill hierarchy. Expanding a heading displays the next level in the skill hierarchy. Represents the percentage of the overall performance of the students at each level of the skill hierarchy. To access the Standards Performance Details report, click the Mastery Distribution color bar for the Math skill objective. The report displays information about the assessed Math standards for students whose performance on the skill falls within the selected proficiency level. To view students performance across all proficiency levels, click the blank space in front of (or behind) the color bar. See Standards Performance Details Report on page 85 for details. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 10

17 Teacher Home Page Reading Skills Tab The Reading Skills tab, as displayed in Figure 2-5, displays the Mastery Distribution for the Reading skill hierarchy (i.e., strand, concept, and skill objective). Figure 2-5. Teacher Home Page - Reading Skills Tab Table 2-5. Teacher Home Page - Reading Skills Tab Fields Element Reading Skill Objectives Mastery Distribution Description Displays the next level in the Reading skill hierarchy. Expanding a heading displays the next level in the skill hierarchy. Represents the percentage of the overall performance of the students at each level of the skill hierarchy. To access the Standards Performance Details report, click the Mastery Distribution color bar for the Reading skill objective. The report displays information about the assessed Reading standards for students whose performance on the skill falls within the selected proficiency level. To view students performance across all levels, click the blank space in front of (or behind) the color bar. See Standards Performance Details Report on page 85, for details. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 11

18 Teacher Home Page State Standards Tab The State Standards tab, as displayed in Figure 2-6, displays the Mastery Distribution for each state s standards and objectives. Figure 2-6. Teacher Home Page - State Standards Tab Table 2-6. Teacher Home Page - State Standards Tab Fields Element Standards Objectives Mastery Distribution Description Displays the state standards and objectives provided by Pearson Core Standards. Expanding a standard heading displays the next level within the state s standard hierarchy. Represents the percentage of the overall performance of the students on the standards objectives. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 12

19 Teacher Home Page To access the Standards Performance Details report, click the Mastery Distribution color bar for the standards objective. The report displays information about the assessed standards for the students whose performance on the standard falls within the selected proficiency level. To view students performance across all proficiency levels, click the blank space in front of (or behind) the color bar. See Standards Performance Details Report on page 85 for details. Alerts Tab The Alerts tab, as displayed in Figure 2-7, alerts you to student performance issues that require your action or monitoring. From the Display list on the Alerts tab, you can choose the type of alerts to review. You can also select the duration of time during which the alerts were created. NOTE: Alerts are delivered to the teacher who owns the student. Figure 2-7. Teacher Home Page - Alerts SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 13

20 Teacher Home Page.: Table 2-7. Teacher Home Page - Alerts Tab Fields Element Date Reason Description Options Description Date alert was created Reason for the alert Includes student name and description of the alert Option to view additional information about the alert. Click the x button to remove the Alert from the list. Alert types include: Student Assets Need Removal is when the space allocated for the student's assets reaches 80 percent capacity. You can save the files on the hard disk of your computer to clear some space. Student Assets Ready for Review is when a student has completed a fluency learning object that requires evaluation. Student Assignment Completions is when a student has completed an assignment. Student Failed Objective is when a student has completed all Reading associated with the Reading skill objective and their overall performance is less than 70%. Student Placed in Remediation is when a student is not placed at their enrolled grade level after taking the IP test. Student not Mastered Learning Object is when a student has not achieved the mastery level established for Math learning objects. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 14

21 3 Managing Students and Groups This chapter describes the tasks that you can perform to manage students and groups. A teacher can: Create, search, and edit students Create, search, and edit groups Assign courses to students and groups View, edit, activate, or deactivate student and group assignments Managing Students This section describes how to create, search and edit students, and manage their assignments. Creating a Student Profile This section describes how to create a new student. When creating a student profile, assign a unique user name and password for each student. To create a student profile: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Students. 3. Click Create. The New/Add Student window appears. 4. Enter the student registration and demographic details. See Table 3-1 on page 18 and Table 3-2 on page 18 for details. Press the TAB key to go to the next field, or click to move between fields. NOTE: Note: Fields marked with an asterisk (*) are required, as configured by your administrator. 5. Click Save Student. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 16

22 Managing Students and Groups To edit a student profile: 1. Click the Edit Student button in New/Add Student window. 2. Make the changes, and then click Save Student. To add another student: 1. Click the Add Another Student button in the New/Add Student window. 2. Enter the information. See Table 3-1 on page 18 and Table 3-2 on page 18 for details. 3. Click Save Student. CAUTION: If you close the window or exit from the application without saving the student s profile, a warning message appears. Click OK to exit without saving, or Cancel to continue to edit the details and save the profile. Figure 3-1. Adding a New Student SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 17

23 Managing Students and Groups NOTE: The password and the confirm password must match. Table 3-1. New/Add Students Fields Field Description First Name Middle Name Last Name Birth Date Grade Teacher User-name Password Confirm Password Student s first name. The name can be from 1 to 54 characters and cannot contain special characters and numbers. Student s middle name. The name can be from 1 to 54 characters and cannot contain special characters and numbers. Student s last name. The name can be from 1 to 54 characters and cannot contain numbers. Student s birth date. Enter the month, date, and year in MMDDYYYY format. Student s grade. Student s teacher. By default, your name appears. Student s user name. The user name can be from 3 to 20 alphanumeric characters and can contain special characters. The name must be unique. Student s password. The password can be from 3 to 20 alphanumeric characters and can contain special characters. Re-type the password. Student ID Student's identification number. The maximum length of Student ID is 31 alphanumeric characters and cannot contain special characters. NOTE: The password and the confirm password must match. Table 3-2. Demographic Fields Field Race/Ethnicity English Proficiency Special Services Gender Meal Program Disability Status Migrant Status Description Student s race or ethnicity, such as, African American, or Asian Pacific Islander. Student s English proficiency, such as, English or English Learner. Student s special services, such as, 504 Plan or Gifted/Talented. Student s gender (male or female) Select the meal program, such as, Free or reduced lunch or Not economically disadvantaged. Select Yes or No. Select Migrant or Non-Migrant. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 18

24 Managing Students and Groups Searching Students This section describes how to search for students in the View/Browse Students window. To search for a student: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Students. 3. Click View/Browse. The View/Browse Students window appears. 4. Type the student name in the Search by Name field to search for a specific student. 5. The search can be filtered by selecting a specific teacher from the Display list. By default, your name appears in the Display list. 6. You can also filter your search by selecting a grade from the drop down list. 7. Click Go. The left pane of the View/Browse Students window displays the list of students who match the search criteria. 8. Click the student you want to see. The right pane of the View/Browse Students window displays the student details. Figure 3-2. Searching Students This section describes how to view and edit students, manage assignments, and assess fluency files. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 19

25 Managing Students and Groups To view and edit student information: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Students. 3. Click View/Browse. The View/Browse Students window displays the list of students in all grades that belong to the teacher. 4. Search for a student in the list, and then click on the student name. The right pane displays the Assignments, Groups, Profiles, and Files tabs for the selected student. Figure 3-3. Viewing and Browsing Students SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 20

26 Managing Students and Groups Assignments When you select a student from the list in the View/Browse Students window, the Assignments tab in the right pane displays the list of assignments for the selected student. The Assignments tab displays the assignment name, owner name, percentage correct, and course levels. From this tab you can add assignments, modify assignment settings, and change the assignment status for students. Figure 3-4. Student Assignments Table 3-3. Student Assignments Fields Field Description Assignment Status (colored band) Owner Student s assignment status based on the defined proficiency levels. For example, red indicates a student is struggling with the content, and green indicates a student is performing well on the assignment. Last name of the user who created the assignment. % correct Average score for the assignment SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 21

27 Managing Students and Groups Table 3-3. Student Assignments Fields (continued) Field Level IP Level (s) Settings (i) Information (a) Activate / (d) Deactivate Description Current course level Student s Initial Placement level Student s assignment settings. The owner can modify certain assignment settings. These settings will only apply to the selected student. If settings are later changed for the assignment or group the student is associated with, changes made for an individual student will no longer be applicable. Option to view the Student Performance Details report. Activate button activates the assignment. Deactivate button deactivates the assignment. A symbol appearing along with a dimmed assignment name indicates the deactivated assignment. The assignment settings can be viewed by the teachers but changed only by the owner once the assignment is re-activated. Only the owner can activate or deactivate the assignments. Deactivating Assignments By default, an assignment is active. To deactivate an assignment: 1. Click the d (Deactivate) button for the assignment. A message appears to confirm the deactivation. 2. Click OK. NOTE: By deactivating an assignment, the student can no longer work on the assignment. The student s progress data is not erased. Activating Assignments To activate a previously deactivated assignment: 1. Click the a (Activate) button for the assignment. A message appears to confirm the activation. 2. Click OK. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 22

28 Managing Students and Groups Assigning Courses To assign a course: 1. On the Assignments tab, click the Assign Course button. The Select Courseware to Add To window displays a list of courses that are not assigned to the selected student. 2. Search and select the course from the list, and then click the Assign button. See "Chapter 4 Managing Courses" on page 35 and "Chapter 5 Managing Assignments" on page 51 for more details. Figure 3-5. Assigning a Course SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 23

29 Managing Students and Groups Groups When a student is selected from the list in the View/Browse Students window, the Groups tab in the right pane displays the groups to which the student belongs. The group name, the owner of the group, and Group Info button are displayed for each group. See Managing Groups on page 26 for more details. Figure 3-6. Student Groups SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 24

30 Managing Students and Groups Profile When you select a student from the list in the View/Browse Students window, the Profile tab in the right pane displays the student s registration details. From here you can edit the student profile. Figure 3-7. Student Profile SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 25

31 Managing Students and Groups Files All the fluency exercises for a student are listed together so the teacher can assess all of the student s fluency files at the same time. Figure 3-8. Student Fluency Files To assess student fluency files: 1. Click the Files tab. A list of assignments for the selected student appears. 2. Expand an assignment. A list of corresponding learning objects for that assignment appears. See Chapter 6, Browsing and Assessing Fluency Files, on page 63 for details. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 26

32 Managing Students and Groups Managing Groups This section describes how to create, search, edit, and delete groups. Creating a Group Profile This section describes how to create a new group. While creating a group profile, ensure that you choose a descriptive and easily identifiable name. To create a group profile: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Groups. 3. Click Create. The New/Add Group window appears. 4. Enter the group information. See Table 3-4 on page 28 for details. Press the TAB key to go to the next field or click to move between fields. 5. Click Save Group. To edit a group: 1. Click the Edit Group button in the New/Add Group window. 2. Make the changes, and then click Save Group. To add another group: 1. Click the Add Another Group button in the New/Add Group window. 2. Enter the group information. See Table 3-4 on page 28 for details. 3. Click Save Group. To add students to the group: 1. Click the Add Students to Group button in the New/Add Group window. The Add Students window appears. To view and edit the information of a student belonging to the group, click the i (Info) button in the Select to Add to Group window. The Student Info window appears. 2. Select the students from the list, and then click the Add Selected Students button. The New/ Add Group window displays the group profile in the left pane and the student list in the right pane. If you want to add more students to the group, click the Add Students to Group button in the right pane of the Create Group window, and then select the students from the list. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 27

33 Managing Students and Groups Figure 3-9. Adding a New Group Table 3-4. New/Add Group Fields Field Name Description Description Group name. The group name can be from 1 to 35 characters and cannot contain special characters or numbers. The name must be unique. Group description. The description can be from 1 to 256 characters and cannot contain special characters or numbers. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 28

34 Managing Students and Groups Searching Groups This section describes how to search for groups in a View/Browse Groups window. To search for a group: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Groups. 3. Click View/Browse. The View/Browse Groups window appears. 4. Type the group name in the Search by Name field to search for a specific group. 5. The search can be filtered by selecting a specific teacher from the Display list. By default, your name appears in the Display list. 6. Click Go. The left pane of the View/Browse Groups window displays the list of groups that match your search criteria. 7. Click the group you want to search. The right pane of the View/Browse Groups window displays the group details. Figure Searching Groups NOTE: You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the column heading. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 29

35 Managing Students and Groups Viewing and Editing Group Information This section describes how to view and edit groups and manage their assignments. To view and edit group information: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. 2. Click Groups. 3. Click View/Browse. The View/Browse Groups window displays the list of groups that you own. 4. Search for a group in the list and click the group name. The right pane displays the Assignments, Roster, and Profile tabs for the selected group. 5. Select the group from the list. See Table 3-5 on page 31 for details. Figure Viewing and Browsing Groups SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 30

36 Managing Students and Groups Assignments When you select a group from the list in the View/Browse Groups window, the Assignment tab in the right pane displays the list of assignments for the selected group. The Assignment tab displays the assignment name, owner name, and course levels. From this tab you can add assignments, modify assignment settings, and change the assignments status. Figure Group Assignments Table 3-5. Group Assignments Fields Field Owner Level Value (s) Settings Description Last name of the user who created the assignment. Current course level range for the group. Group s assignment settings. If you are the owner, you can modify certain assignment settings. These settings will only apply to the selected group. If settings are later changed for the assignment or individual student, changes made for the group will no longer be applicable. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 31

37 Managing Students and Groups Table 3-5. Group Assignments Fields (continued) Field (a) Activate / (d) Deactivate Description Activate button to activate the assignment. Deactivate button to deactivate the assignment. A symbol appearing along with a dimmed assignment name indicates the deactivated assignment. The assignment settings can be viewed, but not changed until the assignment is reactivated. Deactivating Assignments By default, an assignment is active. To deactivate an assignment: 1. Click the d (Deactivate) button for the assignment. A message appears to confirm the deactivation. 2. Click OK. NOTE: By deactivating an assignment, the students in the groups can no longer work on the assignment. A student s progress data is not erased. Activating Assignments To activate a previously deactivated assignment: 1. Click the a (Activate) button for the assignment. A message appears to confirm the activation. 2. Click OK. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 32

38 Managing Students and Groups Assigning Courses To assign a course: 1. Click the Assign Course button in the Assignment tab. The Select Courseware to Add To window displays the courses that are not assigned to the group. 2. Search and select the course from the list, and then click the Assign button. Figure Assigning a Course SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 33

39 Managing Students and Groups Roster When you select a group from the list in the View/Browse Groups window, the Roster tab displays the list of students associated with the group. You can add or remove a student from the group, and view student information for that group. To add or remove a student, click the Roster tab. A list of students assigned to the group appears. To add students to a group, click the Add Student button. The Add Students window appears. Select the student check boxes, and then click the Add Selected Students button. To remove a student from the group, select the student check boxes in the list and click the Remove Students button on the Roster tab. To confirm deletion, click OK. NOTE: When you remove a student from the group, the student is deleted from the roster. However, the individual student profiles and their assignments still exist in the management system. Figure Group Roster SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 34

40 Managing Students and Groups Profile When you select a group from the list in the View/Browse Groups window, the Profile tab in the right pane displays the group information. You can change the group name and description of the group. Figure Group Profile Deleting Groups When you delete a group, the group is deleted permanently, but students and assignments for the group still exist in the management system. CAUTION: When you delete a group, only the group is permanently deleted. The individual student profiles and assignments remain in the system. You cannot recover a group after you delete it. To delete a group: 1. From the home page, click Users/Groups. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 35

41 Managing Students and Groups 2. Click Groups. 3. Click View/Browse. The View/Browse Group window appears. 4. Select the Group check boxes in the View/Browse Groups window. 5. Click Delete. A confirmation message appears for each deletion. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 36

42 4 Managing Courses This chapter describes how a teacher can assign and customize the SuccessMaker Math and Reading courses for students and groups. You can: Search courses Customize courses Assign courses NOTE: Teachers can assign courses to their own students only. A teacher can assign courses to unassociated students if they have permission to view their data. Searching for Courses This section describes how to search for courses in the Courseware window. You can set the required criteria to get a filtered list. For example, you can search for a Math course by completing the following steps. To search for a Math course: 1. From the home page, click Courseware. 2. Click Math. The Math Courseware window appears. 3. Type the course name in the Search by Name field to search for a specific course. 4. The search can be filtered by selecting the teacher from the Display list. By default, your name appears in the Display list. If authorized, you can view courses authored by other teachers. To select multiple teachers, select Multiple Authors from the Author list. Select the author check boxes from the Select Multiple Authors to Display window, and then click Done. 5. Click Go. The search pane of the Math Courseware window displays the list of courses that match your search criteria. NOTE: The lock icon appears for the default (Math and Reading) courses and courses that you do not own. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 37

43 Managing Courses To customize a course, see Customizing a Course on page 39. To assign a course, see Assigning Courseware on page 53. NOTE: You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the column heading. Figure 4-1. Searching Courses Table 4-1. Math Courseware Fields Field Search by name Author Options Description Course name or the part of the course name to search. The name of the person who created the assignment. Includes course options: Assign - Assign course Save As - View course settings and save a new course Customize - Modify settings of previously created course Remove - Appears only when a course is able to be removed SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 38

44 Managing Courses Customizing a Course The SuccessMaker default courses, Math and Reading, are delivered to every teacher who has access to LMS. A teacher can customize the default course and then change the course as the author of the new course. For example, to customize a Math course, complete the following steps. To customize a course: 1. From the home page, click Courseware. 2. Click Math. The Math Courseware window displays the default Math course. 3. Click the Save As button in the Math Courseware window. The Customize Course window appears. To customize Math course settings, see Customizing Math Courseware Settings on page 40 for details. To customize Math course by concept, see Customizing Math Courseware by Concept on page 42 for details. To customize Math course by standards, see Customizing Math Courseware by Standards on page 44 for details. To customize Reading course settings, see Customizing Reading Courseware Settings on page 47 for details. To customize Reading course by concept, see Customizing Reading Courseware by Concept on page 49 for details. To customize Reading course by standards, see Customizing Reading Courseware by Standards on page 51 for details. NOTE: For courses that you did not author or one that was assigned previously, the course is customized in a particular mode. You cannot customize the course again in other mode. For example, if you customize the course by concept, you cannot again customize the course settings or customize by standards. The custom course is displayed in the Math Courseware window. You can click the Customize button to change and save the course settings or remove it, until the course is assigned. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 39

45 Managing Courses Customizing Math Courseware Settings You can edit the settings of Math course from the Edit Courseware window by changing the values in the list and selecting the option buttons. To edit settings of the Math courseware: 1. In the Customize Course window, click the Edit the course s settings button in the Customize Course window. The Edit Mathematics window appears. 2. Make the changes. See Table 4-2 on page 41 for details. 3. Click Save As. Enter the name for your custom course, and then click OK. Ensure that the name is unique in your school. Figure 4-2. Edit Mathematics SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 40

46 Managing Courses Table 4-2. Edit Mathematics Fields Field Default Description Idle time 5 minutes Sets the elapsed time limit for student inactivity. The idle time can be between 2 and 6 minutes. One minute prior to the idle time elapsing, a warning indicator appears. The warning continues to display until the idle time elapses, then the student is logged off. Session Length 15 minutes Sets the total time a student is allowed to work in a course for each session. The session length can be from 5 and 180 minutes. When the session ends, the progress report appears. The student has to log in again to start a new session. Speed Games Mastery Speed Games Presentation 3 seconds Sets the number of seconds a student is allowed for each question during a speed games session. The speed can be set to 3 seconds or less. 1 minute Sets the number of minutes for a speed games session. The game length can be from 1 to 3 minutes. Show Answer On Controls access to the Show Answer icon, which provides the answer to an exercise. If you set the Show Answer button to On, the Show Answer icon is available while running the course. The student can click the icon one time for each learning object. Speed Games On Enables speed games, that include addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts. Calculator On Controls access to the calculator. Note: The calculator always appears if it is required by a learning object, regardless of how this option is set. Display LO ID Off Enables the learning object ID to be displayed on screen. Initial Placement On Activates or deactivates the Initial Placement of the student/group. If the Initial Placement is set to Off when the students or groups begin the course, they cannot be placed into it later. If the starting point for the course is set manually by changing the Course Range control, the Initial Placement is set to Off. If the starting point has been set manually, you can modify the setting to activate the Initial Placement only if the course has not been assigned. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 41

47 Managing Courses Table 4-2. Edit Mathematics Fields (continued) Field Default Description Student Progress Report On Makes Student Progress report available. The system automatically displays the progress report once at the end of the session. Course Range N/A Adjusts the course range. You can set the course range by either moving the slider of the course with the mouse pointer, or using the drop-down box to the left of the slider to select a numerical value. The numerical value changes with a difference of 0.25, such as 1, 1.25, 1.5, 1.75, 2, and so on. The maximum range is 9.0. See Initial Placement option for the details on how Initial Placement effects the Course Range. You have to either choose to set the course range manually or rely on the Initial Placement. NOTE: Use the up and down arrows to set the Session Length, Idle Time, Speed Games Mastery, and Speed Games Presentation. Customizing Math Courseware by Concept You can customize your courseware by selecting or excluding a concept. To customize the Math courseware by concept: 1. In the Customize Course window, click the Customize by Concept button. The Edit Course by Concept window appears. 2. In the Edit Course by Concept window, select the grade from the Display list. A list of Math concepts is displayed in the left pane. 3. Navigate and select any level within the hierarchy to assign specific skill objectives. You can view the learning object for a skill objective in the right pane. To edit the settings for Math concepts, click the Edit Settings button. The Edit Math Courseware window appears. See Table 4-2 on page 41 to make the changes. a. Select a numerical value in the Idle Time, Session Length, Speed Games Mastery, and Speed Games Presentation box. b. Select On or Off for Show Answer, Speed Games, Calculator, Display LO ID, and Student Progress Report. c. Click Done. 4. Click Save As. Enter the name for your custom course, and then click OK. Ensure that the name is unique in your school. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 42

48 Managing Courses Figure 4-3. Edit Math Courseware By Concept Table 4-3. Edit Math Courseware by Concept Fields Field Display (Grade) Hierarchy Learning Objects Description Grades from K to 8. A hierarchal list appears in the left pane based on the grade you select from the list. List of strands, concepts, and skill objectives in the grade. Click the + (Expand) button or the (Collapse) button to view/hide the hierarchy levels. If you want to select all skill objectives in a strand or concept, select the strand or concept check box. List of the learning objects associated with the skill objective. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 43

49 Managing Courses Table 4-3. Edit Math Courseware by Concept Fields (continued) Field View LO Print Partners Description View the learning object. A new browser window will open with the associated learning object. Print Partners are currently not available for Math. Customizing Math Courseware by Standards You can customize your courseware by selecting or excluding a standard. To customize the Math courseware by standards: 1. In the Customize Course window, click the Customize by Standard button. The Edit Course by Standard window appears. 2. In the Edit Course by Standard window, select the standard and grade from the Display list. A list of standard objectives is displayed in the left pane. 3. Navigate and select any level within the hierarchy to assign specific standard objectives.you can view the learning object for a standard objective in the right pane. To edit the settings for Math standard, click the Edit Settings button. The Edit Math Courseware window appears. See Table 4-2 on page 41 for details. a. Select a numerical value in the Idle Time, Session Length, Speed Games Mastery, and Speed Games Presentation box. b. Select On or Off for Show Answer, Speed Games, Calculator, Display LO ID, and Student Progress Report. c. Click Done. 4. Click Save As. Enter the name for your custom course, and then click OK. Ensure that the name is unique in your school. SuccessMaker Learning Management System User s Guide 44

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