2011_Study_Island_Teacher_Manual.pdf

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3. Click on your class title on the left side of the screen. 4. (Optional) To view an Individual Student Summary Report, click on a student’s name. The Summary Report will appear at the bottom left of the screen. How to View Class Info Charts: 1. Select the program in the dropdown box next to “Chart/User Program Data.” 2. To enlarge the chart, click on the chart itself. Teachers can easily monitor student progress from their own desks!
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www.studyisland.com 800-419-3191 [email protected] 9 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Parent Notifications Parent Notifications are automatic emails designed to keep parent(s) involved in their student(s) education process and to promote better communication between parents and teachers. With this feature, a teacher can keep parents informed of their students(s) progress in the program by creating any of several types of Parent Notification Requests. It is recommended that teachers enter valid email addresses under “My Attributes” prior to creating new Notifications fo r this feature to work properly. Please note that the admin or teacher must set up “Parents” and “Parent Groups” before a new Notification can be created. To Create a Parent for Parent Notifications: 1. Click “Class Manager” on the left ha nd side of the screen OR click “Parent Notifications” under “My Classes” on your teacher page and skip to step 3. 2. Locate the Class Title and click on the Parent Notification icon on the right side of the screen. 3. Click “Add a Parent.” 4. Select a student using the dropdown box by “Student.” 5. Click “Add New Parent.” 6. Enter a Parent First Name, Last Name, Email Address and Type from the dropdown box by “Type.” 7. Click “Save” after adding each parent. To Create a Parent Group: 1. Click “Class Manager” on t he left hand side of the screen OR click “Parent Notifications” under “My Classes” on your teacher page. 2. Locate the Class Title and click on the Parent Notification icon on the right side of the screen. 3. Click “Create Parent Group.” 4. Enter a name and description for the Parent Group. 5. Click each Parent Name on the left side of the box under “Available Parents” and use the arrows to add the selected Parents to the group on the right side of the screen under “Parents in Group.” Also, you can click on “Move All Parents to Group” to move all the “Available Parents” to the “Parents in Group” section on the right. 6. Click “Save” after setting up each Parent Group. “Parents can see and understand what their kids should be learning.” -Gary Grothke, Madison Elementary, CA
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www.studyisland.com 800-419-3191 [email protected] 10 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Tip: Look on the right side of the Notification box for explanations!
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