After you have created your lesson, you might want to preview it before assigning it to your students.
There are three ways to preview a lesson:
From with the lesson builder:
While in the lesson builder, select Preview to the left of Assign.
From the Draft Assessments Page:
Step 1: Go to your Lessons module.
Step 2: Stay in your Drafts
Step 3: Select the ellipsis to the right of the lesson.
Step 4: Select Preview.
From the Assigned Lessons Page:
Step 1: Go to your assigned lessons in your Lessons module.
Step 2: Select the ellipsis to the right of the lesson.
Step 3: Select Preview.
Previewing Lessons FAQs:
As an admin, can I preview lessons that my teachers have created? You can preview any lesson that a teacher has assigned. Search for their class in the dropdown menu while in assigned lessons, then select the ellipsis next to the lesson and click Preview.
As a teacher, can I preview lessons that my main teacher or co-teachers have created? You can preview any lesson that a teacher has assigned. Search for their class in the dropdown menu while in assigned lessons, then select the ellipsis next to the lesson and click Preview.
Can parents preview lessons? Currently, parents should use the Notification Feed on their Home Tab to see when a student has been assigned a lesson and when a student has finished it. Only students and teachers have the ability to view the Lesson module and can see the specific activities in the lesson. The ability for parents to preview lessons will be coming in the future - stay tuned!
Why can't I preview the drafts lessons that a teacher or co-teacher created? Since draft lessons are unique to the account they were created in, only the creator of the lesson can preview it. For privacy reasons, the only one that can see your draft lessons is you; you aren't able to see other teacher's draft lessons. If you'd like to preview a lesson made by another teacher, you can ask the teacher to share the lesson with you.
Below is a video from our Otus Live series on how to preview a Lesson or Assessment as a student.