Admins can adapt existing assignments into Explorations. This document shows how to do that. There are three sample assignments, each with an explanation of how the assignment can be represented as an Exploration.
For more information on what an Exploration is, click here.
For more information on how to create Explorations, click here.
Sample 1 - Collecting Video Evidence and facilitating Feedback to Peers
>> Admin creates Exploration
In creating an Exploration, an Admin's first step is providing high-level details about the Exploration. For this - as well as for defining the rest of the Exploration's components - the original assignment gives Admins all the information needed.
Note: Active Dates control the amount of time an Exploration is displayed as "active" throughout the site. Since the deadline is November 10th, this is used as the second Active Date of the Exploration. The system automatically displays the Exploration for a period of time after the end-date to make it easily accessible.
>> Teachers make comments
While leaving comments at specific moments in time throughout the video, teachers can link each comment to a specific framework strand.
Sample 2 - Providing videos and documents for Example Analysis
Sample 3 - Collecting Other Artifacts
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