1. After signing into your teacher account, click “Assessments."
  2. Choose a subject under "Placement."
  3. Click on the "Results" tab.
  4. Click on the "Summary" tab.
  5. Click on the percentage beneath the grade level for the desired student.
  6. Use the dropdown arrows to expand the skill you would like to assign.
  7. Select the box to the left of the skill(s) that you wish to remediate.
  8. Click the “ASSIGN REMEDIATION LESSONS” button at the top of the skills column.
  9. Select the box next to the skills you wish to assign, then click "Next".
  10. Select the sequence for the lesson.
  11. Choose if you would like the lessons to appear in the “Assignments” tab.
  12. Select due date (optional).
  13. Click “Finish."
The skills will now appear in the lesson sequence for the selected student.

Note: Once the placement test is completed, the student’s lessons will be automatically assigned based on their missing skills; however, standards previously marked as proficient will not be automatically assigned. You can view the progress by standard by clicking here.



  1. After signing in to your teacher account, click the “Curriculum” tab.
  2. Click the subject area button (i.e. “Math, “Language”).
  3. Click the “Results” tab.
  4. Click on “Placement Test” under “Assessments” from the left sidebar.
  5. Click on the "Summary" Tab
  6. Click on the percentage score highlighted in blue next to the name of the student.
  7. Click on the "Missing Standards" tab.
  8. Click “>” next to the preferred standard to expand.
  9. Select the box to the left of the skill(s) that you wish to remediate.
  10. Click the “ASSIGN REMEDIATION LESSONS” button at the top of the skills column.
  11. Select the box next to the skills you wish to assign, then click "Next".
  12. Select the sequence for the lesson.
  13. Choose if you would like the lessons to appear in the “Assignments” tab.
  14. Select a due date (optional).
  15. Click “Finish."
The skills will now appear in the lesson sequence for the selected student.

Note: Once the placement test is completed, the student’s lessons will automatically be assigned based on their missing skills; however, standards previously marked as proficient will not be automatically assigned. You can view the progress by standard by clicking here.