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Adding standards to a question on your key allows for more fine-tuned analysis of learning at the skill level and changes the conversation with students from “What did I get?” to “Which skills do I need to improve?”
1. From the Keys tab, select the question to open the question editor window (or check the box to the left of the question to select Edit via the toolbar).
2. At the bottom of the Question Editor window select Add Standard.
1. By default you will land on the Search tab to filter through the standard banks available. Start by selecting the Source for your standards.
2. Next use Subject and Grade (if applicable).
3. Narrow your results further by using one or two Keyword(s)
4. Use the check box to the left of the standard(s) to link to this question.
If you don't find your standards right away, verify the Source selected and the keywords used for the Search (use fewer, remove any standards labels used).
When you are finished selecting standards for a question, use the Back button within the Question Editor to return to the question.
|The linked standard(s) will be listed in the Standards section.
Tips for Standards
- A standard can be marked as a Favorite by selecting the heart icon and saved for your next question or assignment under the Favorites tab within this Question Editor.
- To expand your view as you scroll, drag the left corner of the Question Editor window to expand it or toggle the Expand Descriptions off. Hover over standards to see a full description if needed.
- If you don't see the standards you're looking for, try removing keywords, grade level, or changing the Source or subject area.
- All standards (except personal standards created by a user) that are linked to questions within an assignment will remain visible for all staff with shared access to the assignment. To make personal standards carry over with a shared assignment, a Gradient Leader would need to import Custom Standards for the school subscription.