As required by a number of examining bodies, Anonymous Marking prevents a teacher or examiner from identifying students at the time of marking
Assignments are a way to set tasks to users across your school. You can add files or resources to the task or simply enter instructions in the assignment description. The recipient will receive an email with the instructions you write and also ways to respond to the assignment.
Assignments allow users to work with the files in their OneDrive for Business. They also provide a mechanism for the recipients of the assignment to select files they want to return to the teacher for feedback. This process is repeatable as many times as required, allowing you to teach over time.
Once your group is created, to add users to the group, start typing their user name into the search box. This will search all of the users across your school; students, teachers and administrators. Anyone with an Office 365 account who is not hidden will be searched.
When you have one or more Assessment for a student, (see how to Collect and Assess Assignments) you can open a student's assessment card by clicking to the right of their name. This will show you the assessment timeline where you can navigate through past assessments and see what was previously collected and the feedback you sent.
Provided you have Student Dashboard enabled, your students can ask you questions throughout the assignment.