Repeating failed lessons?
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    dragonclaws0554 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Repeating failed lessons?

    Is there any way to set the program so that it will automatically reassign lessons or quizzes the student has not done well in? For example; I prefer my kids to redo anything with less than 70%, as many times as it takes to improve the grade. As it stands now, I usually have to go through their weeks work, write down the lesson numbers, then ask my kids to redo anything on the list I give them. Depending on the second score I will make a decision on how to proceed.

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    No, there is not. If your student is old enough, and reliable, you can have them access their portfolio and redo anything that isn't marked "Mastered". Otherwise, the method you use is the one I've used with my own children.

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    Is the portfolio the same thing as the backpack?

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    Yes, it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by journey00 View Post
    Is the portfolio the same thing as the backpack?
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