Staggered Mode allows instructors to select a group of questions to place in an In-Class Assignment, but release each problem individually, as smaller groups, or open and close individual questions within a group.
1. From your Chrome or Firefox Browser, navigate to aktiv.com/login and login to your existing instructor account, and select Launch Web App.
2. From the Assignment tab, select "New Activity" from the top of the main panel, then using the left panel select "In-Class" for the assignment type.
3. Select "Mode & Time Limit" section from the assignment settings, then under "Mode" select "Staggered."
4. Using the main panel, you can select "Add Problems" or "Add Problem Pools" to add the problems that you choose to your assignment.
5. Once you have finished adding problems and setting up the other assignment parameters, then you can select "Save for Class" to wait until class starts for the assignment to go live or "Start" to have the assignment go live immediately.
6. When the assignment is Active, click on the assignment to then see a list of the questions within the assignment.
7. From the student's perspective, they will see a statement letting them know that their instructor has not started any problems in the assignment yet.
8. You can now choose "Start All Problems" for all problems to become available to students at once or select "Start" next to the question or questions that you want students to work on.
9. Another way to "Start" the question is through the histogram, Select the assignment, Select "Show Results", select the question, and then select "Start" or "End" for the question.
10. Once a problem is started, you can then choose "End all Problems" to close all questions or select "End" next to the question that you want to close to close a single question.
11. From the student's perspective, they will see the word "Closed" next to questions that were open and have now been closed.
Congratulations! You have created an In-Class Assignment with Staggered Mode!
You're all set! As always, feel free to reach out to email@example.com with any questions.