Welcome! If you’ve found yourself here, that means you are either new to OnCourse Classroom or are looking for a refresher, either way—you’re in the right place and we’re glad you’re here!
This introduction video will walk you through the recommended training track utilizing the some of the resources that can be found in the OnCourse knowledge base, OnCourse University.
Training Track (Video Sequence)
Total Viewing Time (58:50)
1. Classes and Groups, Messages, and Calendars (15:50)
This is a great place to get started! It will help you to understand your classes, how to create smaller groups within those class, messaging functionality-including moderation tools, and how calendars can help keep you (and your students) organized!
2. Creating Assignments (5:50)
This video will give you an overview of the assignment settings and how to publish assignments for students.
3. Creating and Sharing Assignments (4:19)
Taking a deeper dive into the Assignment Bank tab, this video will show you how to use the bank to create assignments or assessments that you’d like to use in multiple classes or share with other teachers.
4. Creating Assessments-Using Item Bank Questions (5:58)
Within assignments you can create or add assessments. This video will walk you through creating an assessment using the included, standards-aligned item bank.
5. Creating Assessments- Using Self-Made Questions (4:53)
In addition to using items from the bank, you may want to create some items on your own! Review this video for an introduction on creating your own questions.
For more information and instruction on the different types of questions, please click HERE to access the Question Types section in OnCourse University:
6. Reviewing Assignments (4:01)
This video provides an overview of how completed assignments can be reviewed and managed in Classroom.
7. Grading Assignments: Navigation and Workflow (3:24)
Once your students have completed the assignment you’ve created, you are ready to grade it! Watch this video for an overview of the navigation and workflow for grading assignments.
8. Grading Assessments (5:14)
If you’ve created an assessment within an assignment, be sure to watch this video for the various ways to grade the assessment, including auto-grading, manual grading, and printed forms.
9. Assessment Reports in Classroom (9:21)
Once your students have completed an assessment and you have graded it, you are ready to review the reports that provide detailed, standards-based data on student performance.