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Customizing Courses
(These videos are for reference only. Your account does NOT have the ability to create copies of courses or edit courses, unless you have attended one of our workshops.) 

Access for Students and Family
 
 
Getting Started with Edgenuity

If students take entire courses without modification:
  1. Create groups of students.  Student groups are only seen by you, so you can name them anything you like.  It's probably a good idea to make a group for each period.  Students can be in more than one group simultaneously, so you can create as many groups as you like to help you organize your students.
  2. Decide which class(es) you want to assign.
  3. Assign class(es) to those groups.
  4. Monitor student progress on the Dashboard. (See "Using the Dashboard, left.)
If all your students take a course that you have modified:
  1. Create groups of students. (See notes above.)
  2. Create a COPY of the course you want to modify, then make your changes.  If you modify a course, the changes apply to everyone at your school. In order not to change other teachers' or students' classes, only make changes to YOUR COPY of the class. You should save this class with your last name as part of the class name, so you know which class is your modified copy.  NOTE: Teacher accounts do not currently have the ability to create copies of courses or to edit courses.
  3. Assign your modified class to your student groups.
  4. Monitor student progress on the Dashboard.  (See "Using the Dashboard, left.)
If your students take courses individualized through prescriptions or pre-testing:
  1. Create groups of students. (See notes above.)
  2. Create a COPY of the course you want to modify, then make your changes.  If you modify a course, the changes apply to everyone at your school. In order not to change other teachers' or students' classes, only make changes to YOUR COPY of the class. You should save this class with your last name as part of the class name, so you know which class is your modified copy.  NOTE: Teacher accounts do not currently have the ability to create copies of courses or to edit courses.
  3. Edit the options in your copy of the course to enable pretesting (10-question quiz at the beginning of each lesson) or prescriptions (test at the beginning of the course with 1 question from each lesson).
  4. Assign your modified class to your student groups.
  5. Monitor student progress on the Dashboard.  (See "Using the Dashboard, left.)