Easily Track Student Progress in SmashFact


Export student progress directly to Blackboard or any grade book system

Students enter their username, ID or email (however you identify them in your grade book) when they play your activity for the first time. From this point, you will be able to see the last level they played, what their score was, and the date they completed it.

Running behind on your grading? No problem, you can do a retroactive search of your students’ progress by date.

Helpful How-to Videos: Enabling and Tracking Student Progress in SmashFact Part 1 and Part 2

If you missed our SmashFact Webinar showing all the features, check out this video.

A little planning goes a long way and summer can be the perfect time to prepare your SmashFact activities. Log into your account now, or  contact us directly. We are ready to lend a helping hand to any of our beta testers (that’s you!) to help get their students more excited and engaged in learning!

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