In addition to showing where your students have the most room to grow, Edmodo Snapshot also recommends free standards-aligned resources to address learning gaps. These resources include online videos, games, reading, illustrations, activities, lesson plans, and more—all designed to help you lead your students to standards mastery.
In just a few clicks, you can preview Snapshot Content Recommendations and assign them to any students who are borderline or behind on a specific standard. All you have to do is:
- Click on "Reports" and find the "Focus" Report.
- Select a Group and subject to view in the top left.
- Scroll down to "Reteach Standards" — the three standards where your students have most room to grow.
Beneath each Opportunity you will find standard-aligned content!
- Browse for content by clicking "Next" or "Back."
- Preview a resource by clicking the blue resource title to view it in your browser.
- Assign the content to your students by clicking "Send." Type a Note for your students, select a due date, and click "Submit." The resource will be sent to all students who are borderline or behind on that standard.
- View the resources you've assigned by clicking "View Assignment History" underneath the recommended content.
- View which students have not yet interacted with the content by mousing over the doughnuts to the right of an assigned item when viewing assignment history.
What will students see?
Students will receive the assigned content in their Latest Posts stream; it will also show up on their Snapshot Schedule, which they access by launching Snapshot from their Apps Toolbar. To preview what students will see, check out the screenshot at the bottom of this article.
Note: If you find that a resource is not the quality you expect from Snapshot, click the "flag" icon, and let us know why it doesn't meet your (and your students') needs.
Student View: In addition to a Post in their Latest Posts stream, content that students have been assigned will show up in their Snapshot Schedule, which they can access by launching Snapshot.