How do I make edits to a class?

Updated 1 month ago by Linda Porter

Step 1: Within the Classes tab, click on the "Class Management" icon for any class you'd like to edit.

Step 2: To quickly add/edit a class password, click the "Class Password" link.

Step 3: To add/ remove associated tests, add shared teachers, or add students,  click the "Edit Class" link.

Step 4: On the Settings tab, you can change the name of the class as well as add/ edit/ delete a class password. Click the "Continue" button.

Step 5: In step 2, add or remove associated tests. These tests determine which shared assessments you can see, which assignments you can create, and which results students can report to you. If you wish to add tests from multiple levels, click the arrows next to your state and level (elementary, middle, high). Click the "Continue" button.

Step 6: In step 3, add shared teachers for your class. Classes can be shared with multiple teachers and shared teachers can manage class settings, associated tests, and view class data. It is not necessary to share your class with account admins since they can already see school-wide assessments and results. Click the "Continue" button.

Step 7: In step 4, add students to your class. Search for students by name in the search box, click on a letter to filter by last name, or filter by grade. As students are added, they will appear in the "Pending Students" list. This list only shows students being added, not students who are already enrolled in the class. Click the "Continue" button.

Step 8: In step 5, choose which of your assignments to give newly-added students. Click the checkbox to the left of the assignment to add it. If an assignment is past due or not assigned to anyone in this particular class, it will not appear in the list of assignment options. Click the "Save Class" button.

Step 9: You will see a confirmation message that your class has been saved successfully. Click the "Manage Class" button to return to the class management page for this class.


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