View activities in Schoolwork
After your teacher adds an activity to an assignment and posts the assignment, you can view the activity. When you view an activity in an assignment, you can see the work your teacher wants you to complete. For example, your teacher might want you to watch an attached movie, submit an essay, or complete a task in an app.
In the Schoolwork app , do one or more of the following:
Tap Due Next, then tap an assignment.
Tap a class, tap Due, then tap an assignment in Due Today or Due Next.
Tap Done, then tap a submitted or completed assignment.
Tap a class, tap Done, then tap a submitted or completed assignment.
Tap an activity tab.
To view an individual activity, tap the activity.
Schoolwork opens the activity right where your teacher wants you to start working.
When you view a submitted assignment, you can see all progress data up until the date your teacher locks the assignment or marks it complete. Until your teacher locks an assignment or marks it complete, you can redo your activities and submit again.
When an assignment is complete, Schoolwork moves the assignment from your Due Next and Due views to your Done views. For completed assignments, progress reporting stops and you can’t submit work, replace work, or make any more changes to activities associated with the assignment. Schoolwork saves copies of your work in iCloud Drive, but your teacher can’t view any updates. When you view a completed assignment, you can see all progress data up until the completion date.