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Logging In Reminder Select Sign In Enter your user name/password same as what you use to log into your computer and e-mail

Your Homepage Note: Note: The The little little red red house house button button on on

the the ribbon ribbon brings brings you you back back to to your your homepage homepage at

at all all times. times. Step 1: In the blue ribbon across the top, select Classrooms.

Step 2: Select your Course/Section that you would like to view, or choose all Courses to see student profiles for all of your students,

including TA. Now you should see the list of students for that course/section populate below. If you dont make sure you are on the

Student List tab. Step 3: Select individual students that you want to group together. For example: I am going to create a group of Special Education students to differentiate their case manager and learning. But you can make them whatever you want!

Step 5: Now Select a PROFESSIONALLY appropriate name for the group. Category is optional, but useful if you selected students by CST standards. Select Save. Dont worry, you can edit, re-save, and delete at any time!

Step 4: From the drop down menu, choose New Group and select Go. Step 6: I can add more students to this group later if I want to as well. All I have to do is select the student

from the Student List tab under Classrooms, and then select the group I want them in from the drop down menu. Step 6: You can access the student groups you created by clicking on Student Groups from the Classrooms tab on the ribbon.

Step 7: Click on the name of the student group to edit or delete the information. Step 8: Use the Edit buttons to add students, change the name, qualification information, or even delete the group. Remember you can only create

groups with the students you have in class. Q&A Next Steps 14

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