This article explains how to use the Calendar feature in your Teacher Dashboard.

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1. Calendar

  • All the assigned quests to be completed appear as tags on the calendar.

    • The color of the tags represents which type of quest they are.

    • The icon on the tag represents which module the quest belongs to.

  • If more than three quests are assigned on one day, scroll while hovering over the day to see more

  • You can click on a tag to view its information or to make changes for that assignment.

2. Filters

You can filter quests by student/class/course the same way you do with track progress, or you can filter by quest types.

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3. Action Buttons

Delete Prior Assignments

This button deletes all the to-be-completed assignments prior to today (highlighted on the calendar), so you can make sure that all the students are on the same quest. Records of completed assignments won't be affected.

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Delete Assignment

This button would bring a pop-up for the selected assignment. You can then delete the quest for part of or the whole group of assignees.

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Make Changes

This button would bring a pop-up for the selected assignment. You can then change the dates for queue of the quest for part of or the whole group of assignees.

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4. Info Panels

Quest Info
Information about the selected quest.

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  • What's in the Quest
    Description of what players would do in this quest.

  • Storyline Assignments
    If the selected quest belongs to a storyline, all the quests within the same storyline are listed in order here. You can click on the links to easily assign the ones that haven’t been assigned yet.

  • Supplemental Materials
    Easily access teacher guides and extra activity materials here.

Assignee Info
All the classes and individuals who are assigned to the selected quest to queue on this day will be listed.

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