When accessing an assignment shared by another teacher, you will be taken to the assignment overview page.

On this page, you can view the following information about the shared assignment:

  • Games included

  • Assessments included

  • Standard(s) aligned to the assignment

  • Key vocabulary associated with the assignment

  • Estimated playtime

  • Number of activities

To make changes to this assignment before making it live for your students, click the 'Copy & Edit' button.

If you are new to Legends of Learning, you will be prompted to create an account before you can edit the assignment. Otherwise, you can log in to your account if you are not already logged in.

This will take you to the assignment editor page.

From here, you can remove games and assessment, or add additional games and assessments as needed.

NOTE: You may need to select a topic first before you can add games or assessments to the assignment.

When you are done editing your assignment, click the blue “ASSIGN THESE ACTIVITIES TO YOUR STUDENTS” button to the right of the assignment.

Next, choose which students you would like to have access to this assignment.

If you'd like to assign the assignment to all students, leave All Students in the dropdown.

If you'd like to assign the assignment to specific groups, choose one or more groups from the dropdown. All students in all selected groups will be assigned the assignment.

Next, give your assignment a name. Note that students will be able to see the name when they access the assignment.

Lastly, select the dates you would like this assignment to be available to students using the calendar dropdown under the “For This Duration” section. NOTE: If you select today as the start date, the assignment will open immediately upon assigning it to students.

Next, select the ASSIGN button.

After clicking Assign, you can also choose push the assignment directly to Google Classroom using the ASSIGN IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM button.

Once your assignment is live and open for students to complete, students will need to join your assignment. As students play, you can monitor student progress and performance.

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