What do the Assignment Rank symbols mean?
Students have an Assignment Rank for each assignment that represents their competence.
There are six available ranks and they are worked out in slightly different ways for Spelling Shed and Maths Shed. Spelling Shed takes the number of correct answers times the difficulty level for the past five games to calculate a score (maximum 2000pts). Maths Shed uses the average time per correct answers.
30s / answer
10s / answer
6s / answer
|3s / answer|
1s / answer
How to set an assignment
Assignments can be created for Spelling Shed, MathShed and QuizShed as long as you have the relevant subscription. To create a single assignment (one assignment) 1. Go to the 'Assignments' page from the menu on the EdShed homepage. From here, click ...
How to create an assignment set
1. Go into your assignments screen and click on "+ Create" and "Assignment Set" from the options. 2. Choose your group, stage and start date & time. 2. Drag/drop to rearrange weeks or click + to add holiday weeks, your own lists etc. 3. Click "Save" ...
Pupils cannot see MathShed, QuizShed or other spelling lists
If a pupil cannot see all of the games or lists available to them, this is most likely due to them having an assignment set with the 'limit lists' option selected. When this option is selected, it stops access to all other games until the assignment ...
Spelling Scheme Progression
From the main menu of the game, select "More Lists", then choose the "Scheme/Curriculum" tab. When you choose a stage you will now see a large "Currently Playing" block at the top and the rest of the lists below. You will also notice that they all ...
How to make lists available to pupils.
In addition to pupils' own lists, they can view any lists that have been set as favourite. Teachers can favourite any lists they choose or create for pupils e.g. topic vocabulary or HFW practice. 1. Go to the Main Account Home Page, click the yellow ...