This platform can be a great asset for teachers and students as you navigate remote learning, so we want to share our best practices. Here are some tips, tricks, and how-tos to improve your experience once you’ve logged in:
First, as a teacher you need to create a class before you can add students and give them logins. Teachers may create multiple classrooms. If you teach several grades or several classes of one grade, you can set up each as a separate online class.
Watch this video to learn more.
See the written steps in the How to Create a Classroom article.
Teachers can add publications to a classroom they have already created.
From your Studies Weekly Online account and
- On the Account Overview page, click the most recent classroom. Or on the left side navigation bar, click the Classes tab.
- Click View All Publications.
Click the Add Publication Access button in the upper right corner.
- In the Add Publication Access pop-up window, select the publication(s) you want to add to the classroom. Teachers should be able to see all their purchased publications. Search or filter by Subject and Grade to narrow it down. Click the checkbox for the publications you want to add.
For complete instructions view the How to Add Publications to a Classroom article.
Teachers can add students to their Studies Weekly Online classes in multiple ways. To find the best option for you click on the hyperlinks below.
After teachers create a class, add publications, and create student logins, students are ready to learn.
- Send students their username and password.
- Send them a link to Studies Weekly Online: https://online.studiesweekly.com/.
For troubleshooting student account problems, read these articles:
- How to Login to Your Online Account
- How to Edit Student Accounts
- How to Generate Student Usernames and Passwords
- or visit the People section in the Help Center.
Teachers can assign Studies Weekly Online weeks or individual assessments, articles, or other media (e.g., images, audio, video) to students in Google Classroom.
To link your Google Classroom students to Studies Weekly, there are two options:
- Ensure that existing students’ Studies Weekly usernames match their Google Classroom email addresses.
- Import new students from Google Classroom to Studies Weekly.
The option to import Google Classroom students is not available for schools and districts with rostering like ClassLink or Clever.