This guide allows for you to know what all of the course options mean when you have multiple courses selected and there needs to be changes to the Edit Options on all of them.
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|Automatic Progression||Students may move on in their courses once they have exhausted their retakes.|
|eNotes||Students can use the notes they have taken through the lessons on the assessments.|
|Fail Attempts Allowed||Sets the number of times students may attempt an assessment and fail it before a teacher will be alerted and asked to allow additional retakes.|
|Free Movement||Allows students to move freely between activities in the course, rather than in order from top to bottom. With this option enabled, students can freely click on any activity, but they will still be required to watch videos in their entirety.|
|Guided Notes||Provides a way to keep students actively engaged during the lecture portions of the online coursework.|
|Prescriptive Testing||Used to enable a diagnostic test taken at the very beginning of a course, the results of which will automatically customize the course for the student.|
|Pretesting||Allows a student to test out of a lesson before viewing the content.|
|Passing Thresholds||Specifies the minimum passing score for each type of assessment.|
|Save/Exit on Assessments||Allows a student to complete assessments over multiple class sessions.|
|Start and Target Dates||Specifies the beginning and projected completion dates for the course.|
|Teacher Review||Prevents a student from taking an assessment until a teacher gives the green light.|