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AutoMastery
AutoMastery is a Google Forms Add-On that allows the Form owner to send students assignments based on their score on a Google Form. The owner sets a mastery level score and a beginner level score in a Google Form and sets what link respondents will receive via email with an assignment based on their scores.
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AutoMastery is a Google Forms Add-On that allows the Form owner to send students leveled assignments based on their score on a Google Form.  The owner sets a mastery level score and a beginner level score, which will determine which of 3 different leveled assignment links a respondent will receive via email upon submitting the form. 

Quiz takers will fall into one of three grade categories: Mastery, Progressing, and Beginner.  

If a student has mastered the material and scores at or above the Mastery Score the form owner sets, he or she will be assigned an extension activity as set by the teacher.  

A student who scores above the Beginner Score, but below the Mastery Score, will be sent the assignment for the progressing level, set by the teacher, to help them work toward the mastery level.  

A student not reaching the Beginner Score will be sent a comprehensive assignment, at the beginning level, as set by the teacher, to help them learn the content.

The add-on allows teachers to easily differentiate instruction for students and automatically send each student an assignment to help them move to the next level of mastery.
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BOB MYERS
October 17, 2019
I love the idea of this app and I saw Mary Ellen present on it in June at ISTE in Philadelphia. However, I cannot get the app to work... I get this warning: Sign in with Google temporarily disabled for this app This app has not been verified yet by Google in order to use Google Sign In. I first saw this warning in June 2019, just after the G-Suite up-dates. Google has not yet verified it as of October 2019. I think I can give this five stars when it works. for now one star.... if only to get some attention to the issue.
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Josh Harris
August 3, 2018
This is so cool. Can't wait to see what refinements come.
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