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Rostering with Studies Weekly allows districts to create and manage user accounts for teachers and students district wide through a variety of automated processes. Studies Weekly is also able to collect roster data through third-party applications, such as ClassLink or Clever.
User data that is sent through the roster will be given a Studies Weekly Online account and be assigned either a district admin, teacher, or student role.
No, if you would rather allow your teachers to manage their own classrooms and students, you can direct them to the registration page where they can create their own accounts. The teachers will have the option to upload their students in bulk using an Excel spreadsheet.
The teacher registration page can be found here: https://www.studiesweekly.com/online/users/register_teacher
Studies Weekly will sync data each night to ensure we have the latest information. Studies Weekly is also able to sync upon request as well.
Yes, we offer Single Sign-On through OAuth 2.0 Handshake, Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) by IMS Global, or Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML).
Yes, once we have set up a roster connection and we have users in the database, those who have an account will be able to login using an LMS. An LMS such as Google Classroom, Canvas, or Schoology gives teachers the opportunity to post lessons, assign homework, administer assessments, and communicate with students.
Rostered users can do the following:
- Add and remove publications from the classrooms created through rostering
- If a publication is manually added, it should stay during the sync
- If a rostered publication is manually removed, it should stay hidden during the sync
- Create new classrooms not managed by the rostering sync
Rostered users cannot do the following inside classrooms created by rostering:
- Archive Classrooms
- Add Co-Teacher
- Add Students
- Use the Join Code
- Edit Student Name, Username, or Password
- Transfer Student
- Import Google Classroom Students
- Create Multiple Students
- Import Student
- Generate Student Join Codes
This means that they won’t see the three dots / action menu to do these actions (e.g., on the Classroom tile).