As a teacher, you yourself will not use the Question Player, but it is helpful for you to understand how to use it, just in case students ask you for help. For that reason, the images in this manual depict the student’s view of the Question Player. The key difference between the student and teacher versions of the Question Player is that the student version includes a Save button.
Moving Around in the Question Player
Once students have completed the work on the first question set displayed in the Question Player, they should click on Next to move on to the next question set.
They can also click Next without completing the work. This is helpful if the students want to preview all the questions in the assignment before they start work. Furthermore, students who find themselves stuck on the first question can move on to other parts of the assignment.
If a student needs to check something in the worktext, they can toggle from the Question Player back to the worktext by clicking on any part of the worktext that is not covered up by the Question Player window.
Doing this closes the Question Player so that students are looking at the worktext itself, like this:
When students have finished checking something in the worktext, they can return to the assignment in the Question Player by clicking the Work on Assignment button located near the top of the screen, in the middle.
To move backwards in the assignment, click on the Back button.
You can also jump to a specific question by clicking on it in the item list.