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Annotate submitted student work by teacher, such as correcting math problems

I need to be able to specifically add in comments to students who submitted a math assignment, perhaps when they scanned it in, so I direct exactly where the mistake was. Or highlight an area where they went wrong. Or to show where they wrote an essay incorrectly.

  • Guest
  • Mar 22 2020
  • Future consideration
Country US
Category Grading and assessment
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  • Phil Harter commented
    17 Aug, 2020 05:58pm

    This idea is an absolute must have for itslearning to be used effectively in an advanced math classroom. Without it teachers will have to work around its learning instead of with itslearning.

  • Guest commented
    29 May, 2020 07:25pm

    Possible de corriger ou annoter une pièce jointe en Mathématiques?

  • George Adams commented
    27 May, 2020 05:41pm

    This idea is a critical piece for making the ItsLearning platform assignment feature functional for a math/science teacher.

  • Kay Kubena commented
    23 May, 2020 03:52am

    I want to be able to mark up a submitted document (pdf) with a writing tool or Apple Pencil, and then save the graded version in the same location for access and feedback to the student.

  • Daniel R commented
    21 Apr, 2020 06:45pm

    I would love to see support for Apple Pencil and similar tools (Microsoft Surface, ...) to annotate submitted tasks.

  • Carrie Paulson commented
    2 Apr, 2020 06:20pm

    Similar to ITSL-I-387

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    Product Team commented
    22 Mar, 2020 09:14pm

    Hi. Interesting idea. We are making imporvement to the assignment tool later this year so will leave on the portal to see if there are other comments/upvotes.