Have you created a quiz for one class, that you would like to assign to another? For example, you may want a shop or lab safety test to be passed by all your students, not just the Mechanics students. Or maybe you are quizzing your students on a guest speaker that came to all of your classes. However you need this capability, it is a very easy process.
First, hover your mouse over the MyQuizzes tab, and click “Edit Quiz”. After selecting a quiz to edit, it will be displayed on the screen, and several sections of links will be available on the right side of the screen. Select “Edit Quiz Parameters.” This will be the third blue header on the right.
Once on the "Edit Quiz Parameters" page, you can select the course(s) you would like to assign the quiz to, by clicking the name. To select more than one course, hold the "Ctrl" key on PCs, and the "Command" key on Macs, while clicking the course names.
You may also notice on the "Edit Quiz Parameters page," the option for student views and submissions. If you have assigned this quiz to a class but would like to give them more opportunities at successful completion, you can increase the number of times the students can view and submit a quiz.
You have assigned an assessment on My Quizzes to your students. They have completed it, and the grades were given. Now what?
Each quiz question is aligned to the National AFNR Standards* and National Academic Standards. Users in certain states may find alignment to their state academic standards. One of the greatest traits of MYcaert system is the documentation of data. Once your students have completed a quiz, the results are held in the your database (NOTE: If a quiz is deleted, all data is deleted permanently).
By selecting one of the options above, you can view your students' progress with the standards you have covered. To find these options, hover over MY QUIZZES, and select "Current School Year Report". Scroll to the bottom of the page. In the image below, I selected, "by National AFNR Standards".
*If you are unfamiliar with the National AFNR standards you can find them starting on page 36 of this document.