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The Coordinator Home Page is the launch pad to accessing and utilizing all the features of Learning.com. From here, coordinators can manage student and teacher account information, run usage and activity reports, request assessment score reports, and manage classes and enrollments. Below is a short description of the available actions or functions.
Houses My Messages as well as full list of the sites connected to the account under My Schools.
Edit your account information: name, email, username, password, school access list and roles.
Takes you into your Teacher Account. Here you can create classes, enroll students, assign and create content.
Add one student to the system at a time.
Add one educator to the system at a time.
Use the User Import Tool to perform bulk uploads of students, educators, classes and single sign-on credentials. Please see the User Import Guide for details.
Search for users in your district (individually or as a group). Search by: username, name, email, student ID, and/or grade level. Use the Role and School check boxes to narrow the search further. Scroll down to see the search results, under which you can delete selected accounts, as well as export a full list of Student or Educator accounts for the selected schools.
Find duplicate student accounts and merge them using this tool. PLEASE NOTE: this is not a common task, especially if you are using the User Import Tool.
Features the ability to promote or demote students from one grade to the next, transfer of students from campus to campus, and remove students from classes while keeping the curriculum intact.
Choose permissions for specific roles in your district, for example give the teacher role the ability to create student accounts.
Enables the School Coordinator to request reports: Usage by Class, Usage by Unit, All Tracked Scores for School, Student by Student, and Grade by Grade. District Coordinators have two additional reports: a District Usage Summary and School by School.
A report that shows which students in the district have completed all of the items necessary to meet E-Rate requirements.
Duplicate curriculum items or students from one user account and puts into another user account. It is used commonly with grade-mapped content to ensure, for example, all third grade teachers are working through the same content.
Set an absolute start and end date for all assessments, and choose if proctors will be able to access reports.
Reports that show assessment progress at a school and district level, students assigned but who have not completed the assessment, and students not enrolled in a testing event.
Request results for assessments at the district, school, class, and individual level. Raw data files are also available.
Used with the prescriptive feature on the Learning.com platform.
Select a product in the dropdown menu and see all of a specific product’s information: start date, expiration date, licensed schools, licensed students and any license overages.
Change or update school names, cities, and coordinators.
This report shows the overall level of your district’s activity on the Learning.com platform. It includes content launches by month, user login counts, and unique counts of students and teachers per month.
This report shows the overall level of your school’s activity on the Learning.com platform. It includes content launches by month, user login counts, and unique counts of students and teachers per month.