Mark activities complete in Schoolwork
Activities are the tasks your teacher assigns to you as part of a Handout. For example, your teacher might send you and your entire class a Handout with instructions to watch an attached movie, submit an essay, or complete an activity in an app that provides student progress.
When student progress is enabled and you complete an activity your teacher assigned in a Handout, all available progress data is shared with you and your teacher. The progress-reporting app automatically sends information about how you are doing as you complete the activity in the app (for example, time spent on the activity, the percentage completed, quiz scores, hints used, or points earned). The data available depends on the type of activity, and is defined by the app developer. For other activities (for example, a link or PDF), you and your teacher only see whether or not you marked the activity complete. When your teacher requests an item or gives you a copy of a file to work on, you and your teacher see whether or not you marked the item complete, as well as the work you submitted.
Mark an activity complete
In the Schoolwork app , do one of the following in the dashboard:
Tap a Handout in the Due Next 7 Days section.
Tap a class, then tap a Handout in the Due Next 7 Days section, the Due Later section, or See All.
Tap for the activity you want to mark complete.
Schoolwork displays to indicate your work is complete (Done). When you complete all activities in a Handout, the Handout is complete and Schoolwork moves it from the class view to Completed or Closed Handouts. If you change your mind and decide you are not done with the activity, you can deselect .
Progress-reporting apps can also automatically mark an activity Done. In this case, when you complete all activities in the app, Schoolwork displays a message confirming the progress-reporting app is marking the activity Done.
Note: Schoolwork doesn’t report progress when you do an activity outside of an assigned Handout. You can still mark the activity complete, but if you finish the activity before your teacher assigns it in a Handout, Schoolwork doesn’t report your progress data. For example, if your teacher assigns you a Handout activity to read Chapter 1 in a book and you read Chapter 2 as well, Schoolwork only reports your progress for Chapter 1. If your teacher later assigns you a new Handout activity to read Chapter 2, you can mark the activity complete. However, unless you read Chapter 2 again, no progress data is reported for that chapter.