About Schoolwork Handouts
Handouts provide a way for teachers to share information or homework with students. Handouts consist of:
A list of recipients (an entire class or one or more students in a class)
A due date (optional)
Activities (apps, files, links, bookmarks, photos, videos, scanned documents) or requests for work (optional)
Using the different types of activities available in Handouts, you can incorporate a variety of apps into your class instruction and homework assignments.
When student progress is enabled in Apple School Manager and students complete activities you assigned in a Handout, all available progress data is shared with you. The progress-reporting app automatically sends information about how students are doing as they 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 only see whether or not a student marked the activity complete. When you request an item from a student or give each student a copy of a file to work on, you see whether or not the student marked the item complete, as well as the work the student submitted.
You can post a Handout to an entire class or one or more students in a class, or save a Handout as a draft until you are ready to post at a later time.
If other teachers are contributors to your class when you post a Handout, your Handout is visible and editable by the other teachers. Draft Handouts are not visible to other teachers until you post the Handout.
Tip: You need an Internet connection to post a Handout. If your Internet connection is disrupted, you can save your Handout as a draft to send at a later time.