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Software update August 2012

itslearning has been updated with a small update that addresses the drop-down list on the login page and the grade book.

Grade book

  • When hovering cells in the grade book teachers can no longer see the basis for assessment comment. It’s still possible to see it in the Excel export, external export and single student view.
  • For better consistency and performance, the ‘Not submitted’ and ‘In progress’ statuses have been replaced with ‘Not taken’ in the teacher view.
  • In the student view, the basis of assessment for a test now says ‘0 of {max points} score’ instead of ‘0 of 0 points’ when the test contains questions that requires manual assessment by the teacher.
  • When enabled, the Excel export now shows the per cent range the assessment falls within.
  • In the teacher view, if a student has no permission to an element, it will say ‘-’ instead of ‘Not assessed’.
  • In the teacher's view of the grade book, if a teacher deletes an element connected to the grade book, and later restores it from trash can, it will show up with the same weight it had before it was removed.
  • Editing elements with terms is now similar to editing elements with periods.
  • Login page

    • The school drop-down list on the login page is now sorted based on the language chosen by the user in the language drop-down. If user doesn't have a cookie and hasn't chosen a language actively, the default sorting will be English.
    • As well as updating itslearning with a number of ‘invisible' quality enhancements, we corrected several issues. Read more about the most important corrections (pdf, English only).

      2 comments (Add your own)

      1. Jintana wrote:
      I personally use this with gredas 3 or 4 and up. When they can read well. High school students could certainly use it, too, especially as a good review of grammar, because it will start easier and get appropriately hard enough by the end of the year.As for the KJV, it will use a LOT of KJV, but because this covers a history of the English language, we wanted Bible verses that use more modern English as well. Also, at the beginning of the year, when not enough grammar is known, we use simpler versions, such as the NIrV. As the students learn more, more difficult versions can be used.By the way, I love using the KJV in pronoun study. Knowing what the thee's and thou's mean and knowing their case helps SO much in understanding both the Bible and the way we use English today. The KJV's use of these so-called ancient words makes it much more specific and understandable.I hope this helps!Hugs,~Anne

      August 20, 2012 @ 2:44 AM

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