Students can find the learning path in the course Resources. It is also possible to add a learning path to a bulletin, or to include it in the planner.

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When students starts a learning path, the learning path player opens in full screen. It contains a menu on the left and the content of the selected step on the right.

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In the bottom right, a so called feedback message is shown when the next step becomes available. For content that only needs to be viewed to open the next resource, this message will appear after a couple of seconds. For activities - such as an assignment - it will appear once the condition is met. For example, once the assignment is submitted.

The different feedback messages are shown below.

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The student has viewed (opened) the resource.
The student has reached the end of the path (a.k.a. Finish).
The student has completed an assessment (task, test, assignment). For assignments, it is also possible to set the submitting the assignment unlocks the next step.
The student has completed an assessment (task, test, assignment), but the teacher needs to assess it before the student can continue.
The student didn't pass the e.g. the test and need to retake the assessment.

Tip: consider to set unlimited attempts for tests to avoid a student getting 'stuck'.

Viewing progress

You can see the progress each student is making in the 360 report.

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Overall progress can be seen in the Summary report (under Status and follow-up).

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For assignments, tasks and tests that are included in the learning path, you can find on overview of the progress within those tools.

Note: Learning path sets permission on a resource based on the progress on the learning path. Students who haven't reached a certain step - or have skipped it when using remedial tracks or an exit ticket - will not be shown in the list of students.

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