Determining Project Completion

Follow the steps below to quickly see students' progress on a project you have assigned. These steps apply to Teachers and School Administrators. 

  1. Go to your projects in myON. This page lists the due date, the number of students who started the project, the number who have finished and the total students assigned to the project.
  2. project tile with number of students started, finished, and total students

  3. By clicking the project title or the eye, you open the project so you can see the progress that each student has made. On the right, you will see the number of students who have not started, who have started and who have finished. On the left, you will see a list of students with the selected status (Started by default). You can click the other status numbers (Not Started or Finished) to see a list of students with that status. When you click a student's name, you can see the status of each task in the project for that student. in progress status (an orange progress bar that is partially filled) means the student's work is in progress. not started status (a red progress bar) means the student has not started a task. finished status (a green, filled in progress bar) means the student has finished the task or work. By clicking a student on the left and clicking a task, you can see what that student has done for the task.
  4. example of project status

    example of a student's progress on a reading task

    The following icons are used for project tasks:

    Icon Type of task
    Reading Task icon Reading Task (read books)
    graphic organiser task icon Graphic Organizer Task
    news task icon News Task
    writing task icon Writing Task
    all purpose task icon All Purpose Task

    The example below shows the graphic organiser that a student submitted for a graphic organiser task. For tasks that require the student to submit something, you will see the student's submission.

    example of a student's graphic organizer

  5. When you click the Finished button, it will show you the students who have fulfilled the requirements of the project.
  6. example of a view of students who have finished a project