When you assign work to a class, you are able to select the due date for your students to complete their assignments by. If your students do not complete their assignments before the due date you selected, it will be displayed as “missed” on your dashboard and theirs. The assignment will continue to be labeled “missed” until it is completed, at which point it will be labeled as “late.”
On the right side of the “Assignments” tab, you can view the percentage of all past assignments that were completed on time, submitted late, or missed. You can click on a specific assignment to view its details, including which specific students submitted the assignment late or have not yet submitted it.
If your students would like to view their missing assignments, you can instruct them to view their missing work in the “My Assignments” bar on the right side of the homescreen. If the deadline for an assignment has passed, the number of days it is overdue will be indicated in bright yellow next to the title of the assignment. Overdue assignments will remain visible there until they are completed.
Additionally, if one of your students completes an overdue assignment after the deadline, it will be labeled as “late” on both their end and yours.
With regards to experience points assignments, all experience points earned will be counted toward the assignment with the closest deadline. Students can only take on XP assignments one at a time, and all later assignments will appear greyed out and unclickable. This means that overdue XP assignments can only be started once all active XP assignments are completed. In other words, if you create an XP assignment on the first week of a quarter, and then again on the second week of a quarter, but a student did not complete the first week’s assignment by the time the second assignment begins, all work that they do will be counted toward the first week’s assignment, until it is finished, and then their work will be able to be applied to the current assignment.
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