Lessons provides a link (in the More Tools drop-down), called Add Student Content, that allows your students (or groups) to add pages of their own.
After you click on Add Student Content, your students will see a heading Student Pages and each student or group will see a link they can click on to create their project, titled Add Your Own Page, as shown below. After adding their student page, students can update the title for the page; otherwise, just their name will display:
Once your student clicks on Add Your Own Page, they will be presented with many of the same buttons that instructors use in Lessons: Reorder, Add Text, Add Multimedia, Add Resource, and Add Subpage:
Can you grade Student Pages? Yes. Click on the Edit button to the left of the Student Pages area, to add grading, add comments to each page, and/or add grading for comments students make on each others Student Pages.
What's are examples of how instructors can use student pages?
- Instructors can assign students a course project, where students use student pages to celebrate their favorite author, investigate a famous person in history, explore a recent electronics innovation, or document how different types of cloud computing are being used by individuals and companies.
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