On the Assignments tab, click the toggle at the top of the screen to switch your view from Davis Advantage assignments to Davis Edge assignments,
If you chose to add Davis Edge pre-set assignments when you created your class, you will see your pre-set assignments listed on this screen. You can or those assignments by clicking the or buttons next to the assignment.
If you would like to add more Davis Edge assignments to your class, click the button in the top right corner of the screen.
After you click the Assignment Builder Wizard will open. button, the
Enter the name of the required field. This is a
Choose an assignment start date which is the date on which the required field. will become available to your students. Students cannot begin working on an prior to the start date. This is a
Choose an assignment required field. Students will not be able to submit work to the after this date passes. This is a
The was chosen when you created your class.
There are three types of Davis Edge Assignments in Davis Advantage.
- Quick Assignment: Questions in are chosen randomly auto-generated, up to 25 questions.
- Custom Assignment: Questions in are selected by you, the instructor. A allows you to browse all available questions.
- Pre-Set Assignment: Questions in are chosen by the program to align with course topics. You have the option to turn all of these on for the topics you chose when you created your class. If you did not choose to turn on , you can add individual here.
There are three steps to creating a 1) Details, (2) Parameters, and (3) Review Assignment. or a : (
There are four steps to creating a (1) Details, (2) Parameters, (3) Select Questions, and (4) Review Assignment. :
Select the button next to , , or , then click .
In Step 2 of the Assignment Builder, you will choose the areas from which questions will be pulled.
You can choose to create an assignment based on o . From the resulting list, you may select a single item, a combination, or all.
If you have chosen , you may also select question types. All question types are selected by default.
For Step 3: Selection Questions.) Note that you can for each question, including answers, rationales, and page references. , choose the questions to include in the assignment by clicking checkboxes next to the questions. (This will be displayed as
You can also search against the result set by entering a word or phrase into the open text box, or filter by difficulty by checking the boxes.
We welcome your feedback! To send us feedback about a specific question…
Step 1 Click for that question
Step 2 Check the box next to at the bottom of the window
Step 3 Enter your comments in the open text box.
Step 4 Click .
The final step in creating an assignment is Step 3 in Quick Assignments and Step 4 in Custom Assignments.) Here, you can amend the assignment details, review assignment questions, and choose whether or not to randomize the order of the questions.. (This will be displayed as
Davis Edge offers the option to randomize the order of the questions for each student who works on the assignment.
To use this feature, select .
The questions selected for an assignment will be displayed. To remove a question, click and click . If you click , a replacement question will be generated from within the same course topic or concept.
To view the details of a question, click the button. A new window will open that displays the correct answer(s), rationales, and page references.
If you have chosen not to randomize the order of the questions, you can change the sequence of the questions by hovering over the arrows located to the left of the question. Click and drag the questions to the desired order in the sequence.
When you have created an assignment, it will be displayed in the for your class. To make changes, click the button. After your students have started working on a quiz, you will no longer be able to edit the question or make changes.