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This tutorial will give you a thorough tour of the LaunchPad gradebook. Here's what we'll cover: The main gradebook page Display options Students' records Viewing assignments in the gradebook: Basic information Viewing assignments in the gradebook: Class performance reports Viewing a student's work on a specific assignment To locate…
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LaunchPad contains resources for you and your students. In this tutorial, we'll take a detailed look at both types separately. Let's begin with student resources. Click the following link to go to the landing page of LaunchPad for A History of World Societies 11e. What resources are available for my students?From your LaunchPad home page, click…
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If you are not already logged in to your Macmillan/Macmillan Learning account, you will need to log in using the e-mail and password you used when purchasing your book. Then, you will find the tracking number of your order by visiting My Account > Order History > Order Details. You will also receive an e-mail with a tracking number when your book…
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FAQs What forms of payment are accepted in the Student Store? Do I need an account to purchase from the Student Store? How do I get access to my digital product after I’ve purchased? Can I track my order from the Student Store? What are your shipping options? What is your return policy? How do I return one or more items I purchased? Do I…
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John Osterhout
In my flipped general chemistry class we start off with a group quiz and continue with a worksheet, also performed in a group. The nature of the quizzes and the worksheets are important, sure, but so are the nature of the groups. This post is about handling the groups.   When I first started flipping, I was teaching a class of 80 students, which… (Show more)
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Allyson Hoffman
When I introduced the first peer review assignment of the semester to my professional writing students, there were clear groans and noises of frustration and reluctance. I pressed them for explanation. “What’s so bad about peer review?”   “It’s not helpful.”   “It feels like a waste of time.”   “I don’t know what to say when I peer review.”   In… (Show more)
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You will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to access your digital product once you complete the purchase. The e-mail will contain an access code that you’ll use to register for your digital product. You can also access your digital product through your Student Store account. Log in to the Student Store and click My Account. In your Order…
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Suzanne McCormack
Recently I attended a conference session where a moderator asked audience members to share suggestions for documentary films that have worked particularly well in humanities classes. The lively conversation that followed got me thinking about what I use and why. A cursory look through my syllabi reveals that I really like showing films. Truth be… (Show more)
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John Osterhout
A few semesters back, a student sent an email to one of my faculty explaining that "I'm really good at algebra, it's just that chemistry algebra that gets me." I had always interpreted that statement as a frustration with the problem-solving nature of freshman chemistry. Maybe the student was good at algebra but just couldn't handle the word… (Show more)
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Jesse Hassenger
The new Disney/Pixar film Coco has topped the box office for three weekends in a row, and is well on its way toward passing Justice League and becoming the biggest hit movie to come out during the mid-November-to-mid-December corridor – in other words, in between Disney/Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok and Disney/Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi… (Show more)
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