You're welcome to print anything you like from our site for educational purposes. Because we built the site to leverage technology, keep in mind that the printability of much of the site is limited and many features of our site wouldn't work for a pen-and-paper version. For example:
- Students wouldn't get feedback or be able to try similar problems when they made mistakes.
- Grading wouldn't be automatic.
- We wouldn't be able to track students' progress.
That said, we understand that sometimes it is necessary for teachers to be able to print things off. If you need to print something from the website, here are a list of instructions to help you.
Print out an assignment (Quizzes and Unit Diagnostics)
- Use the "Answer Key" of your quizzes or Unit Diagnostics to print out the assignment. To do that, follow these steps:
- Go to your assignments page.
- Click the ellipsis icon next to the assignment.
- Select "Answer key."
- Take a screenshot of the left side only of the answer key (the original sentence). Here’s how to take a screenshot on Windows and here's how to take one on a Mac.
- Paste the screenshot into a document, and print that for the student(s).
- Alternatively, you can print the entire webpage and edit the document as needed.
Print out the leaderboard
Print out lessons
Print out student data
- You can export your Gradebook as a CSV or XLS file and then print this off. For instructions for how to do this, see this article: How do I export my gradebook?
- Alternatively, you can take a screenshot of your Gradebook and print out that screenshot. Here’s how to take a screenshot on Windows and here's how to take one on a Mac.
- If you're looking to print off individual student data, such as a student's results on a particular assignment, you can take a screenshot of their work or use your browser's option to print the webpage.
Print out student login cards
- NoRedInk offers printable login cards that you can print and distribute to students who might need help logging in to NoRedInk. For step-by-step instructions, see this article: How do I print login cards for my students?