Set minimum and maximum levels
You can now restrict the skills that Sumdog chooses for your class by setting a minimum and a maximum level.
Your restrictions applies whenever those students play training or in Sumdog contests – and only during school hours.
However, in assessments, challenges or competitions that you set up, the restrictions won’t be applied. You’ll choose the skills for those activities when you set them up.
Your student can still choose which skills they work on – but only within the levels you’ve chosen for them.
Students can choose skills
Or let your students choose the skills they work on. To do this, click the “Choose skills” button on the left of their screen.
They’ll see a list of skills with green lights for the ones they’ve completed. They won’t earn coins for these skills.
To browse by curriculum, click “Show filters” on the bottom left.
Set specific skills with activities
If your students are subscribed, set an activity to choose specific skills for them to work on.
Your challenge or competition will ignore any class-level restrictions you’ve set. You’ll be able to set goals for your students, and choose skills separately for each individual.
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