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Active Reading

  1. Review and reply to student notes

    As students go though your assignment, you may have asked them to annotate or take notes in the text....

  2. Redirect students during discussions

    Wouldn't it be nice to guarantee students were looking at a specific portion of the text during a class...

  3. Review and grade student work

    As students read and answer questions on Actively Learn, teachers can see student thinking, grade responses, and provide individual...

  4. Can a student change their answers?

    After students submit an answer to a question it becomes immediately available for you to grade. (Multiple choice questions...

  5. Take and share notes [students]

    Note taking is a powerful tool to motivate students to share with their peers and foster discussion. In Actively...

  6. Student reading aids [students]

    Students have many reading aids available to them when they're reading. These can be activated by highlighting a portion...

  7. Use notifications

    Notifications alert you that students would like to have a question reset or have added an "I don't understand...

  8. Bulk actions on questions

    Bulk grading unanswered questions When an assignment is done, you may want to bulk grade unanswered questions as Incomplete....

  9. Compare your answers with your peers' [students]

    When students answer questions in Actively Learn, their responses - by default - are shared with both their teacher...

  10. Print assignments [students]

    For teachers on the Team Plan. Students can print out assignments in three easy steps.  STEP 1: Open the...

  11. Answer questions [students]

    Answering questions in Actively Learn is very simple. All the assignments that you haven’t yet completed have a red...

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