2011_Study_Island_Teacher_Manual.pdf

To create a parent notification 1 click class manager

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To Create a Parent Notification: 1. Click “Class Manager” on t he left hand 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 “Create a Parent Notification.” 4. Select the type of Notification. There are several options available including Assignment Due/Reminder Alert and Low Score Warning. See chart on next page. 5. Enter a Notification Name. 6. Select the Frequency, Time, Start and End Dates, and Program and Subject from the dropdown boxes. Please note that options here may vary depending on answer choices. 7. Select the Recipients from the dropdown box by “Send To.” 8. Click “Save.” 9. (Optional) Click “Preview Email” to see how the email will appear to selected recipient(s).
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800-419-3191 [email protected] 11 © 2011 Study Island - All rights reserved. Notification Types Available: Notification Description Assignment Creation Alert This notifies the parents when a new assignment has been assigned to students in this class. Assignment Due/Reminder Alert This notifies the parents when an assignment is close to the due date for students who haven't completed the assignment. Assignment Overdue/Late Alert This notifies the parents when an assignment has passed the due date for students who haven't completed the assignment. Blue Ribbon Alert This notifies the parents when a student achieves a Blue Ribbon in a subject. An email is sent with the name of program and subject where the student earned the Blue Ribbon. If no Blue Ribbons were earned for a student during the notification period, then no email will be sent to the student's parents. General Email This is a general email that can be sent to the student's parents. The body of the email is free-form and can be used to communicate Study Island or non-Study Island information to the parents. Individual Student Report This sends an email with a link to the existing Individual Student Report based on the program and subject(s) specified. Low Score Warning This notifies the parents when their student's correct percentage falls below the percentage specified for a specific subject within a program. Suggested Topics This sends an email with a link to the existing Suggested Topics Report based on the program and subject specified. Writing Assignment The Writing Assignment feature is a streamlined, paperless way to develop students’ writing skills. Teachers can choose from a selection of grade-specific writing prompts or create their own writing assignments. Students can use online graphic organizers to plan written responses, then create and submit compositions electronically. After viewing submitted assignments online, teachers will be able to leave comments and grade and/or send the composition back to students for revisions. Note: A student will see
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