Explain Bakpax to Your Students
Once your classroom is set up and your first assignment is available, it is time to explain Bakpax to your students.
When describing the sign-up process, mention that there are three account creation options available. All students will go to my.bakpax.com and then follow one of these three processes:
- For students who have an email, they can create an account using their email. This means that they will enter their email and then receive a verification code to log in.
- For students who are 13 or older, they can create an account using Google sign-in.
- For students who do not have an email, they will log in with a username and password. They will not have to sign-up and create an account. You will give them the username and password which they can use to log in. (More information about how to create usernames and passwords for your students can be found here.)
**Note that students will remain logged in for up to 30 days, only being logged out after being inactive for 3 days.
After explaining the sign-up process, be sure to give your students your class enrollment code and remind them that they will need it to join your class.
Once your students have set up their account and completed their first assignment, it is very important to tell students that they will need to include five key markers in their photo. These are the four ArUco marks in the corners and barcode at the bottom of the page. It is vital that the handout has these codes for the assignment to be auto-graded.
As you discuss how the AI will read your student’s responses, let them know that the AI can not grade all problems. If a problem is graded incorrectly or assigned as manual grade, then the teacher will change the grade of the problem after it has been submitted. The review page which appears after the initial submission does not always show the final grade.
You can also give students a copy of our submission tips to help ensure that our AI grades assignments accurately: Bakpax Submission Tips
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