Let's Go Learn Knowledge Base
When my students log into Let's Go Learn, they are given a page that says, "Welcome Student's Name."  But no buttons are available for them to begin their assessment or instruction.  Why is this happening?

This happens when the student in question does not have any assessments in his/her queue.  Teachers/Parents can add assessments to the student's queue by following the directions below:

  • When logged into the master Teacher/Parent account, click on the <Class> tab.
  • On the <Class> tab, locate the students name.  To the right of the students name will be a link named "View Queue".  Click on this link.
  • Locate the assessment you wish the student to perform and check the "Add Assessment to Queue" box.  
  • Lastly, click "Update Queue" in the lower left to save the changes.

Detailed Explanation: When a student has completed an assessment, that assessment is no longer in the student’s queue. This is because we don’t want students to log in again on their own and perform another assessment. Thus, teachers/parents must add the assessment to the student’s queue. A couple of exceptions exist. If a student was moved from another teacher’s account, his or her queue may be empty. Also, sometimes when a school or district data upload is performed by Let’s Go Learn’s support staff, the queue may be empty. Prior to testing in the lab, teachers should view all students' queues quickly to be sure a "Ready" or "In Progress" is next to the activity in question. "In Progress" means the student is already in the process of working on a particular activity. If this should not be the case, the teacher can first "terminate" that activity and then "Add Assessment to Queue."

Please note, once an assessment "In Progress" has been terminated, it cannot be reinstated. Therefore, please be careful when using the "terminate" button.

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