New Features Coming Soon!

Look out for new features soon including an improved ‘Lessons’ page for teacher, all-new writing leagues, and exciting new notifications for students.

Lessons Page

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We’ll soon be launching a more streamlined lessons page which will make it easier to review student results, comment on student lessons and search for sent lessons.

All-New Writing Leagues

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New writing leagues will display how many words a student has had published, how many lessons they have finished as well as how many quiz and short writing challenges they have completed.

This will give students a point total to reflect all the different work they have been producing on nightzookeeper.com. The leagues will also be updated monthly so students that may have struggled initially will be able to have their time at the top!

Improved Notifications

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New notifications for when teachers reward students with orbs, send lessons, or leave feedback will make it easier to keep students on track.

This and a host of other improvements are coming soon.

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