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Sharing content from other year levels and subjects
Sharing content from other year levels and subjects
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Written by Jimmy Joslin
Updated over a week ago

We understand that students have diverse learning needs and require the right resources to support them at the right time. From revisiting foundational knowledge to providing extension content, teachers can share lessons and challenges from subjects and year levels outside the one their current class has been set to.

Using Atomi tasks, you can share lessons and challenges from any subject or year level your school has subscribed to and assign this content to individual students or your whole class.

The following article shows you how to access and share content from a year level or subject outside of the subject or level your class is set to.

Create a task

  1. Go to the Tasks tab in your class.

  2. Click the Create task button.

Add content

  1. Select Add Atomi Content

  2. Use the Atomi content browser to find the content you are looking for.

    1. Select All subjects from the subject navigation

    2. Select a year level and browse available subjects.

    3. Select a module or search for specific quizzes or lessons using the search bar.


  3. Select the Atomi content you want to share with your students.

    1. Click the Add to add lessons or quizzes to a task.

    2. Add multiple lessons or quizzes using the checkbox and click the Add button at the bottom of the search window.

You are now ready to finish creating your task.

Set a title, due date and the students you want to share the task with. For more details see Creating a task.

View student results for content shared from another subject or level

Student results for content shared outside of the subject or level that a class is set to will not appear in the class mark book.

Instead, you can view the results of cross-shared content through the task progress report.

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