How Do I Use Study.com's Assign Lesson Feature?

Users who sign up for the Teacher Edition plan have access to many special site features including the ability to assign lessons to students.

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How to Assign a Lesson to an Individual Student

You can personalize instruction for each student in your class by sending lesson assignments to individual students in your classrooms.

Go to a lesson page and click on the 'Teacher' or 'Share' tab. Instead of selecting a classroom, choose 'Assign to individual students' and start typing the name or the email address of a student in your class. Click on their name from the auto-suggestions. The other students in your class will not receive the assignment; only the student you sent it to will!

Please note, students need to create an account and join at least one of your classrooms in order for you to send them assignments.

Assigning lessons to individual students

How to Assign a Lesson to a Classroom

You can assign a lesson and quiz through the 'Share' or 'Teacher' tab on any lesson. Select a classroom, or multiple classrooms, that you want to assign the lesson to.

If students join a classroom after you have created an assignment, they will still get access to that assignment.

Assigning Lessons to Classrooms Step 1

Assigning Lessons to Classrooms Step 2

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