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A+nywhere 3.0 Student Training Revised 0510 Enter your log-on name here. Enter your password here....

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Slide 2 A+nywhere 3.0 Student Training Revised 0510 Slide 3 Enter your log-on name here. Enter your password here. Click here or hit enter Slide 4 Double click on a class in order to access the assignment list. Slide 5 Click Lessons to view assignment list. Click Progress to view activities completed. Slide 6 Double click on assessment name in order to begin the assessment. Slide 7 During the assessment do the best that you can. If you do not know an answer, click the right hand or the right arrow to go on to next question. Slide 8 Some questions may require you to type in an answer. Type the answer, push Enter on the keyboard and then click ONCE on the right hand or right arrow to continue to the next question. Slide 9 Some questions will require you select an answer. Click ONCE on your answer, and then click ONCE on the right hand or right arrow to continue. Slide 10 If you need to quit in the middle of an assessment, make sure you are on the final page of that skill set (Page: 4 of 4 or 3 of 3). Click on STOP. Select YES if you are finished answering the questions. Click YES if you do not wish to answer any unanswered questions. Next time you access the assessment the system will start you off in the next skill set. Slide 11 A red apple shows the assessment has been completed. Red apples will appear as assignments are mastered. Your prescribed assignments for a class appear on this screen after the assessment has been completed. Slide 12 Begin working on your prescribed assignments. Double click on the lesson. You will go directly to a 10-question Pretest. Slide 13 The lesson will be considered mastered if you can pass the pretest. If multiple choice, click on the answer. Click on right hand or right arrow to continue. If a fill in the blank. Type an answer, press Enter. Click on right hand or right arrow to continue. Slide 14 Click Yes to see test results. Slide 15 80% or better: Click STOP. Go back to lessons and continue with next lesson. Less than 80%: Click STOP. You will be taken to the lesson. Select Study. Slide 16 Study: You must study before you are allowed to take the practice test. Slide 17 You may study for the practice test by reading the pages within the study guide and taking notes. To continue or go back to a page, click on the hands or the arrows. Slide 18 There are extensions for learning in ALS lessons that might be required by your teacher. This icon is a link to an Encyclopedia Britannica article. Slide 19 You may also search for other articles here. Slide 20 Another extension to learning are NLVM Activities. Click to access. Slide 21 Each NLVM have instructions, please read before attempting activity. Slide 22 In science you might come across an icon that looks like a shield. Clicking on it will display one or more interactive activities created by Cambridge University. They also might be required by your instructor. Slide 23 Slide 24 Some math lessons have a built in calculator along with instructions. Slide 25 Click on the ? Button for a manual for the calculator. Slide 26 Practice: You must master the practice test before you are allowed to take the mastery test. Slide 27 Correct answer feedback during the practice test. Click on the hand to continue. Slide 28 Incorrect answer feedback. Click on forward hand to continue. Re-enter answer. Click on hand. Slide 29 Once you have completed the practice test you will see this prompt. Click once on Yes. From the practice test you can access the study to review and then return to the test. Slide 30 This screen shows you the results of the test you just finished. Remember, you need to achieve an 80% or better in order to take the Mastery test. Slide 31 Test: 80% or better on the mastery test is needed to receive an apple. When the practice test is mastered access is denied. Slide 32 Essay: This step is not required by VPL for mastery of the lesson in all classes. Your instructor may require you to answer some or all of the essay questions for the class and some classes have required essays. Slide 33 Review Test: After you master ALL of your lessons, you will be given a final exam. This assures your teacher that the skills have been truly mastered. Slide 34 Click Progress to view activities completed. Slide 35 Progress only shows attempts and scores for pretest and mastery test. Slide 36 Finished? Click on the STOP sign to Log Off Slide 37 It is important to take the assessment seriously. You must quit on the final page of the skill set. Answer question 4 and then exit. Choose or type in your answer and use the hand to continue to the next question. Hit Enter if you type in an answer. When the assessment is complete, it may take a minute for the results to generate. The lessons will appear automatically. Assessment Reminders Slide 38 Assessments can take between twenty minutes and two-hours to complete, have patience. Lessons are considered mastered if you master the pretest. You must study and master the practice test before you can go onto the Mastery test. Practice test will be locked after you have mastered it. If you do not pass the mastery, you have the option to go back and study. Slide 39 This is a glimpse into using the A+ program. You have now learned how to do the following tasks: Log-on as a student Take an adaptive assessment Take Pretest Study for a Practice test Access extra tools in the study Take a Practice test Take a Mastery test Check progress Log-off

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