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Why does my student keeps repeating an Edge lesson?  It isn't advancing.
 
1) If a student doesn't achieve a score of 75% or higher, then he or she will repeat that particular LGL Edge lesson. When the student goes back to the LGL Edge lesson map, he or she will have no other option but to click on the same lesson icon again. The initial instructions do explain this to the student.

2) If a student stops before completing an entire lesson, then he or she will have to repeat that lesson upon the next resumption of LGL Edge. Lessons only advance when a student completes the lesson and receives a score of 75% or higher.

3) If a student completes a lesson and then quickly clicks on the "exit" button, the lesson will not advance. The lesson must complete on its own and push the student back to the lesson map.

Don't confuse the 100 points that a student earns with his or her percent correct score. At the end of all lessons, there is an exciting announcement of 100 points. But this is NOT the lesson score. Thus, the student might still have to repeat the lesson when he or she goes back to the lesson map page.

4) If a student walks away from his or her computer (or does not press any keys for 30 minutes) and comes back to complete the lesson, but a total of 30 or more minutes has passed, the student may experience a session time-out error. The lesson will appear to complete but the student's session will freeze. The student may experience a Panda error. He or she will have to quit the browser and then log back in cleanly. Students should complete their lessons in one sitting or hit the "exit" button if they must stop.

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