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  • 1. Insight 360™ Student 1 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms INSIGHT 360™ STUDENT APP FOR iOS The Insight 360 Student app allows students to interact with content and respond to many question types, including constructed-response and short-answer. Technical Requirements • iOS 6 • iPad 2, iPad 3 or iPad 4 Obtaining the Insight 360 Student App Use appropriate app store to find and download the Insight 360 Student app to your device. Student Annotation Tools These tools are available for use with Constructed Response and the Scratchpad. Student annotation tools include: In addition, the following tools are available only in Constructed Response mode: CONNECTING TO THE TEACHER COMPUTER You may join the class session using a Sticker ID or Student ID, depending on the configuration the teacher chose. How to connect with the Insight 360 Student app... 1 On the student device, tap the Insight 360 Student icon. The Connect to Desktop screen is displayed. 2 Tap the computer desktop to connect. a Most recently connected desktops appear in the Previous Desktops area at the top of the screen. Swipe from right to left to access additional desktops when applicable. b If you know the IP address of your teacher’s computer, you can tap Connect by IP, type in the IP address, then tap Next. Pen tool. Allows you to write or draw on the device screen. Eraser tool. Allows you to erase only your annotations on the device screen. The erase will not erase any teacher-supplied content displayed on the your device. Delete all of your annotations from the screen (teacher-supplied content remains). Allows you to change the pen color. Allows you to change the pen thickness.
  • 2. Insight 360™ Student 2 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms 3 On the Choose a Login Method screen, tap Join as a known user if your student ID or Device ID is recorded as part of the class roster. Otherwise, tap Join as a guest user, which allows you to participate as an Anonymous student. 4 Type Sticker ID, Student ID, or Name in the box provided. 5 To enter a session code, type the four-digit session code into the Session Code box. 6 Keep the Remember Me box checked if you will always use this ID and session code on this device. 7 Tap Join. A welcome message is displayed. 8 If the name is correct, tap OK to join the active class session. Otherwise, tap That’s Not Me to return to the Connect to Desktop screen. If you receive a message stating that the connection limitation has been reached, your device will not be allowed to join. The teacher may disconnect some student devices to allow others to join. If the device displays a message that you have already joined the session, the Student ID or Sticker ID has been entered on another device during the same session. Check both devices to ensure the correct ID is entered on the correct device. The second device will not be allowed to connect. When the Insight 360 Student app has successfully connected to a computer desktop, the desktop and connection information appears in the Previous Desktop list at the top of the Connect to Desktop screen the next time the app is opened. REMOVING A COMPUTER FROM THE PREVIOUS DESKTOP LIST Once a device running the Insight 360 Student app has successfully joined an teacher’s class, the teacher’s computer information appears at the top of the Previous Desktop list the next time the application is opened. Removing the class computer from the Connect to Desktop list does not permanently delete the class. The class computer will still show in the list of All Desktops and can be joined at a later date. How to remove a computer from the previous desktop list... 1 Open the Insight 360 Student app. 2 In the Previous Desktop list, press and hold the class computer to remove. All class computers listed in the upper third of the screen will “wiggle.” 3 Tap the - on the left side of the class computer to remove. NOTE The label on the box will change depending on whether Sticker ID or Student ID was selected as the Student Devices Join Configuration in Preferences, or if you selected Join as a guest user in Step 3.
  • 3. Insight 360™ Student 3 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms ANSWERING QUESTIONS When the teacher engages a Verbal, Tagged, or ExamView question from the Insight 360 Teacher app, students using connected Insight 360 Student apps can see the question content on their student devices. The Insight 360 Student app provides the text entry keys corresponding to the question type. For example, if the question type is numeric, the Insight 360 Student app displays the question content and a numeric keypad. If the question is True/False, the Insight 360 Student app displays the True and False buttons. You can answer the question (or change their answer) until the timer runs out, the teacher stops the question or you close the Insight 360 Student app. How to answer questions with the Insight 360 Student app... 1 Connect to a class session using the Insight 360 Student app. Wait until a question shows on the application. 2 To open a non-gradable writing or drawing area, tap Scratchpad. 3 Tap the appropriate button or buttons to answer the question. 4 Tap Submit. ANNOTATING CONSTRUCTED RESPONSE CONTENT You can use Insight 360 Student app tools to annotate constructed response content on your device. As you complete the assignments on the device, the teacher can watch the progress using the Insight 360 Teacher app, which shows a real-time thumbnail view of each connected student device. How to annotate constructed response content with the Insight 360 Student app... 1 From the Insight 360 Teacher app, send constructed teaching content to student devices. 2 On the Insight 360 Student app, use the following annotation tools to complete the assignment. Pen tool. Allows you to write or draw on the device screen. Eraser tool. Allows you to erase only your annotations on the device screen. The erase will not erase any teacher-supplied content displayed on the device. Delete all of your annotations from the screen (teacher-supplied content remains). Allows you to change the pen color. Allows you to change the pen thickness.
  • 4. Insight 360™ Student 4 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms USING THE INSIGHT 360 STUDENT APP WITH SELF-PACED TESTS While the Insight 360 Student app is running, the camera and the copy and paste functions are disabled. The test and answer sheet cannot be stored or saved and switching to another application disconnects the Insight 360 Student app from the test session. You can answer the question (or change your answer) until the timer runs out, the teacher stops the question or you close the Insight 360 Student app. How to use the Insight 360 Student app... 1 (Teacher) Start a self-paced test in Test Player. 2 (Students) Join a class session using the Insight 360 Student app. 3 Optionally, tap Timer to view the remaining time and questions to answer. 4 Optionally, tap Scratchpad to open an area to use as a non-gradable writing or drawing area. 5 Tap the appropriate keys to answer the question. The next question will appear (if applicable). 6 Tap OK. 7 Repeat steps 5-6 until all questions are answered 8 Tap Submit. 9 Ensure you are finished answering all questions, then tap Yes. The test closes. If you have submitted answers but there is still time left in the session, you will see the Waiting for Instructor screen. If the instructor will be sending results to the student device, leave the application open until you see your results. Otherwise you can close the Insight 360 Student app. When the test session ends or you close the Results screen, the Active Class List appears. If the position of the answer key and/or scratchpad make answering questions uncomfortable, you can use Preferences to swap the answer key to other side of the screen. NOTE If the Insight 360 Student app closes or loses communication, Insight 360 will restore all submitted answers when the Insight 360 Student app rejoins the session. NOTE If you need to revisit a question, scroll through displayed test until you find that question. The answer sheet will display your previous answer. Use the appropriate keys to enter a new answer for the question.
  • 5. Insight 360™ Student 5 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms USING THE SCRATCHPAD The Insight 360 Student app contains a hidable Scratchpad on which you can write or draw. For example, you can use the Scratchpad to write math problems. Scratchpad annotations are saved only for the duration of the question, self-paced test or constructed response session. Once the Waiting for Instructor screen shows on the student device, the Scratchpad erases all annotations. Scratchpad annotations are not saved as part of your response in Session Content reports. How to use the Scratchpad in the Insight 360 Student app... 1 In the Insight 360 Student app, tap Scratchpad. • The scratchpad cannot be saved. All scratchpad content will be erased at the end of a self-paced test or class session. • The pen color is black and cannot be changed. • The line width is thin and cannot be changed. • The eraser width is medium and cannot be changed. • The Erase All button is a circle with an ‘X’ in the middle. 2 To close the scratchpad, tap Scratchpad again. VIEWING RESULTS If the teacher elects to send results to students from Preferences or the Test Player, using the Insight 360 Student app you can view results after an instructor-led question or self-paced exam is completed. Instructor-Led Question Results For an instructor-led verbal, tagged or ExamView question, the results consist of the submitted answer and the final score (correct or incorrect). Self-Paced Test Results For a self-paced exam, results consist of: • Test name • Answer sheet display with a list of student’s answers for each question marked either with a check mark (correct) or “X” (incorrect). • Number of correct answers out of the total questions • Percentage correct (score) How to view results with the Insight 360 Student app... 1 Complete an instructor-led question or self-paced test with the Insight 360 Student app. The Waiting for Instructor screen appears. 2 Keep the Insight 360 Student app open until you see the Results page. 3 When you are done reading the results, tap Close.
  • 6. Insight 360™ Student 6 einstruction.com/insight-360-ipad-classrooms EXITING THE INSIGHT 360 STUDENT APP Follow the steps below to exit the Insight 360 Student app. How to exit the Insight 360 Student app... 1 Exit the Insight 360 Student app through one of the following methods: • Tap Exit Class, then Leave Class. • Press the student device’s Home button. • Switch to another app on the student device.

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