Gooru Step-by-Step::Assessments

What is an Assessment?

An assessment is a set of scored questions which you and your students can use to monitor understanding and performance. Use a variety of questions types (including several based on the SBAC) in your assessment...

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How do I create an Assessment?

Anyone with a Gooru account can create assessments in Gooru. To create a new assessment, please login to Gooru and follow the steps below. (This feature is not available on the phone version of Gooru.) 1. ...

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How do I remix an Assessment?

1. To remix an assessment you found from search or from someone’s profile library, click on the Remix button on the Assessment card to save it to your own profile library. 2. Enter an assessment titl...

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How do I edit an Assessment?

Once you’ve remixed an assessment or created one of your own, you can edit and personalize it to meet the needs of your students. You can: Edit the assessment’s image, title, and standards Add...

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How do I customize assessment settings for my assessments?

As a teacher, you can manage your “Assessment Settings” to control how students access and navigate through the assessments you assign to them. You can restrict navigation, set max attempts, and enable/disable ...

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How do I take an Assessment?

When viewing a Class, the assessments a teacher has created will be organized in a course, unit, lesson folder structure. To start taking an assessment, please login to Gooru and follow the steps below. ...

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How do I copy an assessment from one Course to another Course?

If there’s an assessment in a course that you want to use it in another course, follow the steps below to copy the assessment from course A to course B. Note: The steps are the same for copying a collection fr...

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How do I share an assessment with another course?

If there is an assessment in your library that is currently used in a course and you want to use it in another course, follow the steps below. 1. Go to your profile. 2. Click on Assessments. 3. Click...

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