Students can find the learning path in Course Resources. It is also possible to add a learning path to an announcement (previously known as bulletin), or to include it in the planner.
When students start a learning path, the learning path player opens in full screen. It contains a menu on the left and the content of the selected step on the right.
In the bottom right, a message is shown when the next step becomes available. For content that only needs to be viewed to access/open the next resource, this message will appear after a couple of seconds. For activities - such as an assignment - it will appear once the condition is met. For example, once the assignment is submitted.
The different feedback messages are shown below.
|Next step becomes available when...||Toast|
|The student has viewed (opened) the resource.|
|The student has reached the end of the path (completed).|
|The student has completed an assessment (task, test, assignment). For assignments, it is also possible to set that when a student submits the assignment, it will unlock the next step.|
|The student has completed an assessment (task, test, assignment), but the teacher needs to assess the activity before the student can continue.|
|The student didn't fulfill the requirement, such as passing a test, and needs to retake the activity.|
Tip: Consider setting unlimited attempts for tests to avoid a student getting 'stuck'.
You can see the progress each student is making in the 360° report.
For assignments, tasks and tests that are included in the learning path, you can find on overview of the progress within those tools.
Note: Learning path sets permission on a resource based on the progress of the student in the learning path. Students who haven't reached a certain step - or have skipped it when using remedial tracks or an exit ticket - will not be shown in the list of students.