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Course settings are created by the local administrator based on the predicted goals and objectives for each course; however, to better conform to specific goals and objectives, teachers may change the number of course hours and the percentage of content in each of the four curricular areas. It is recommended that teachers review the course settings and, if changes are needed, make those changes BEFORE the students complete their initial assessment.
From the Teacher View, go to the target course and click the EDIT COURSE button
From the Edit Course dialog box you will be able to change the course long name and short name (6 characters only), edit the number of course hours and the percentage of course content in each skill area.
The course has been set up by the local administrator with pre-selected settings for the Course, Assessment, Training and Intelligent Tutor settings. You can change these settings as follows:
In the GENERAL tab, select the course Category. Select NativeAccent for CEFR levels B2 and higher. Select Carnegie BASICS for CEFR levels A2 and B1. Ignore other options.
Create the course “full name” (any descriptor that fits your schema).
Create the course “short name” (no more than six alpha/numeric characters)
Course ID Number and Course Summary are optional
Set the Course Hours
Carnegie Speech recommends 1 hour at a sitting x 5 days per week to achieve the best results.
Multiply the number of weekly course hours that you want your students to work x the number of weeks in the school term (minus the first week for onboarding students and the last week for finals if your students are in an academic program). Enter this number of course hours.
Alternative Strategy – set the number of course hours for half of the total hours of study. At the end of that period, the students will take an interim assessment, and the system will assign a new intelligent tutor path.
Set the curriculum content percentages
Click on the Intelligent Tutor Tab
Review and adjust the percentage assigned to each skill area
If needed, change the values assigned using the slider bars or type in the percentage. When typing the percentage, the total must equal 100% to complete this action. When using the slider bar, NativeAccent will calculate the percentages based on this visual organizer.
Click on the Advanced Tab to enable the email reminder system
Select YES to have the system send the student a weekly reminder email showing their study time.
Ignore other advanced options
The course settings are applied to the student's record when the assessment has been completed, and their initial Intelligent Tutor path has been created. Any changes to course settings after that event will not be applied until either:
The student completes their assigned Intelligent Tutor path and takes the final assessment, after which a new Intelligent tutor path will be created with the new settings applied
The teacher uses the Class Management / Miscellaneous Operations tool to select the student(s) name(s) and “Run Intelligent Tutor”
MANAGE CLASS ENROLLMENT / Miscellaneous Operations
Run Intelligent tutor - resets the learning path based on current skill levels
Reset student(s) (remove all assessments/skills) – use for students who have been long absent from their studies