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How to Assign Worksheets to Students

Now that you’ve created and saved your Wizer worksheet, it’s time to print and hand out send to your students. Luckily the process is much faster than printing it out, heading over to the copy machine and handing them out in class. This post will show you how to assign your worksheet to your class via Google Classroom, Edmodo, Moodle, Haiku or email.

1) Save Worksheet

Friendly reminder to save, save save!

Save Worksheet


2) Preview

Click the preview button to see how the worksheet will look to your students

Preview Worksheet


3) Share with teachers (optional)

Click Share with teachers on the top-right bar to publish your worksheet to the Wizer gallery. You don’t have to share, but it’s nice.  You worked hard making a beautiful worksheet, why not show it off and share it with the community of Wizer teachers?


4) Assign to Students

Click Assign to Students on the top bar to open the assign dialog box.

Enter a Name for the class. You may enter more than one class. It’s important to create a separate class for each of your classes so that students’ responses and grading will be kept organized.

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If you are using Google Classroom, just click the green Google Classroom icon.

If you use Moodle, Edmodo or want to send the worksheet to students via email, click the link icon to copy & paste a direct link to the worksheet.

*Note: This link is for students only. If you want to share the worksheet with other educators for collaboration or feedback, do so from the dashboard.

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6) Student sign in

When students open this link, first they will need to sign in using either Google or Edmodo account, any other email or no email – just a name and password.

Instruct your students to:

  • Periodically save work using the ‘save’ button on the bottom bar. This way, if they’re not done, they can go back and finish their assignment from home, for example.
  • Click ‘Hand in work‘ to submit their completed worksheet
  • After teacher has graded the worksheet and given feedback, the same link will take them to the graded worksheet

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Nice Job!! You are ready to assign your Wizer worksheet to your class.

Next: How to Grade Worksheets and Give Feedback

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