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Let’s Begin. Once in Illuminate, click Assessments >> List Assessments. This will load the List Assessments page. Find the assessment you wish to scan student responses into and click on the scan camera icon on the left or click on the assessment’s Title and then click Scan Student Responses on the following page.
Edit an Assessment Under the Setup tab, all editing options will apear: Information – Edit the title and other assessment details such as Scope, Grade Level, etc. Answer Key – Update correct answers, set questions as extra credit. Versions – Add/upddate additional versions’ answer key.
Illuminate DnA is an education intelligence platform that provides teachers with a standards-aligned, easy-to-use assessment platform that includes robust reporting on a wide variety of qualitative and quantitative measures.
DnA provides teachers with one place to seamlessly build and administer formative assessments, capture and analyze multiple sources of data to inform instruction, and direct students to learning resources needed to support specific, targeted standards.
The DNA of Albert Perry may change the story of human origins. Perry was an African-American born into slavery in South Carolina. Going back through time it is therefore inevitable that all modern Y chromosomes must descend from from one man at some point in the past. He has become known as “Y-chromosomal Adam”.
Oldest person (living) Kane Tanaka (Japan, b. 2 January 1903) is the oldest person living currently and the oldest person living (female) at the ripe age of 117 years and 41 days (verified on 12 February 2020).
The oldest mother that was reported by Guinness World Records to deliver a child after conceiving naturally was 59. In 2019, a 74-year-old woman from southern India had twin girls via IVF and is reportedly the oldest woman ever to give birth, according to USA Today.
“It’s exceptionally rare for patients to get pregnant naturally at 50 or over 45. They make history,” said Dr. David Keefe, an obstetrician-gynecologist and fertility researcher at New York University. In part that’s because around age 50, many women are entering menopause, after which egg harvesting isn’t possible.