This lesson is about how to use your project page. It covers the following topics:
- Where to find your project page
- Where to find the lesson pages
- How to enter answers on your project page
- How to monitor your progress
- How to respond to teacher feedback
Digital Textbook Lessons
1. You can access the lessons for each class by clicking on the lesson titles on your Project Page.
2. As you read the instructions on the lesson pages, answer the corresponding questions on the project page. To enter the answers, click the Edit link next to the title of the section.
3. This will allow you to enter text, links, and files into the text boxes. Once you have completely answered all parts of the section, make sure to click the Save link!
How to Monitor Your Progress
1. The Project Page Progress section lets you know how far you've progressed through the curriculum. It also shows you what work your teacher has approved and if your teacher has asked you to correct any of your work.
- Pencil - The pencil icon shows that you've started working on a section but have not completed it yet.
- Watch - The watch icon shows that you've completed a section and are waiting for your teacher to review your work.
- Exclamation Triangle - The exclamation mark in the yellow triangle shows that your teacher has asked you to review your work and correct or modify your answers for that section.
- Raised Hand - The raised hand icon shows that you've made any changes requested by your teacher and you want your teacher to review your work again.
- Thumbs Up - The thumbs up icon shows that you've completed your work for the entire section, and your teacher has approved your work.
- Blog Checkmark - The checkmark icon in the Blog row shows that you've written and linked a blog post for that section.
Respond to Teacher Feedback
1. If your teacher has asked you to correct your work, you will notice the yellow triangle symbol next to the section you need to change. Edit that section to see the feedback your teacher has left you. It will look similar to the picture below.
2. If you do not understand your teacher's instructions, you can click the I Need More Instructions button at the bottom of the section to let your teacher know.
3. Once you have corrected your work, click the I Have Corrected This button to save your work and notify your teacher. The icon next to the section will automatically change to the Raised Hand symbol.