Due dates

Due dates help students and teachers keep track of their work.

This article covers the following:

  1. How to set the due date on a lesson;
  2. What the teacher sees;
  3. What the student sees.

1. Set the due date

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  • Click into the lesson as if to edit it, and then click on the lesson's title.
  • Directly below the title field is the due date. Click into the text field or on the calendar icon to set the date.
  • A new field and clock icon will appear to set the time. Type directly into the field or use the sliders to set the time.
  • Click the Save button to save the new due date.

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If the subject has multiple classes that require different due dates, then click I want to set a due date for each class to reveal more options.

2. What the teacher sees

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The teacher will see the due date in green below the lesson's title and cover image. If multiple due dates are set, then they will all be visible.

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When a student submits work after the due date, there will be a red clock icon beside their work in the Markbook.

3. What the student sees

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The student's home page contains a list of due dates on the right side, broken down into Overdue, Due today, and Due next week. Overdue lessons are highlighted in red and marked with a red ringing alarm clock icon. Lessons completed on time are highlighted in green and feature a green check mark icon. The student can click directly into the lessons from this list.

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The student will see the due date specific to their class in black below the lesson's title and cover image.