How to Access Digital Results for Homework & Sessions (Teachers)
If you are a teacher using ESL Library Digital, please follow the steps below to view digital session history and homework results for your class(es). Stay tuned for our related video.
Log in to your account here:
Click on your name in the top right corner of any page and select the History tab from the drop-down menu (see below).
You will land on the History page, where you will see a list of lessons you have started digital sessions with or assigned as homework to your class(es). History will sort in chronological order according to the due date.
Select the Type drop-down to filter and select either digital session or homework history.
Select the Class drop-down to filter and select a specific class.
After adjusting your history Type and Class filters, select a lesson title to view its digital history.
After selecting a lesson, the lesson show page will open. Select the Digital tab to view a list of the latest sessions, homework assigned, and homework due dates.
Click a date in the Latest Session or Homework column to see students’ results.
Note: To change the Homework due dates, click the Manage Homework button.
After selecting a date, you can view your students’ progress and results. A list of students’ names will display with their first score. Students who have not yet completed their homework will appear grayed.
Note: Results will appear differently, depending on the task type. Results can currently only be viewed within each individual task.
The score from a student’s best attempt (rather than first) is available by clicking the Best Score tab.
To view results from another digital task, go back to the digital task page by clicking the back arrow.
Select the due date of a different task type (e.g., Read & Listen).
Homework results will open and display for this task type. For example, the homework results below indicate the students who have completed the reading and listening activity.
Please contact us if you have any requests or feedback regarding the homework function. We hope you enjoy using this digital feature!