The RoboGarden school module series continues in this article. This is the second part of our series,Let’s take a tour.
The main teacher is the only one who can add a course using the Add Course button beside the classroom’s name. To do this, the teacher can click the Add Course button and answer the questions that appear, including:
The main teacher is the only person who can edit or delete a course. Through this interface, they can:
The teacher can access the classroom page by clicking on any classroom. Here, the teacher can:
A pop-up will appear if there are no students in a classroom.
The teacher can access the course page by clicking on the course’s name. The course page consists of two sections. In the first section, the teacher can:
The second section is a table that presents tutorial, quiz, and mission scores alongside the number of trials each student has used. The score is marked right or wrong so you can see which tasks have been solved.
The single student activities page can be accessed by clicking on the student's name from either the single course page or the single classroom page. On the single student activities page, the teacher can view:
- Date of last task played.
- Tasks that the student is stuck in (failed to pass 10 times).
- Any adventure has ended without the student passing it.
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