Copying an Assignment

Learn how to copy an assignment for differentiation

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Written by Jessica Moyer
Updated over a week ago

Copying an assignment draft is useful for differentiation purposes. You may need to swap out games or assessments for different student groups, and you can do so without having to make a new assignment from scratch.

To make a copy of an assignment, click on the My Assignments tab to navigate to your Assignments page.

Select if you would like to see your assignments in List View or Calendar View.

From your Assignments page, you can use the available search or filter options to find the assignment you want to copy.

Click on the three dots under the ACTIONS column to the right of the assignment you want to copy.

Click on the Duplicate option.

Then select Clone to confirm you would like to make a copy of the assignment.

The copied assignment will be added to your assignments page. It will contain the name of the original assignment plus the word '(Copy)'.

If your assignment is in Draft status, to make edits to the assignment copy, click the Edit icon.

This will take you back to the assignment builder where you can change games and assessments as needed. It is also recommended that you rename the assignment when editing as well.

From here, you can choose to assign the activities for students. If you are not quite ready to assign the activities to your students, the assignment will be saved in your Assignments tab, which you can choose to edit and assign to your students at a later date.

NOTE: Once an assignment is Live, you are not able to make edits to any of the activities (games, assessments, and videos) within the assignment.

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