Learning Management Systems (LMS)
LMSs are the backbone of how we conduct classes. Your LMS is accessible by you, your students, and their caretakers. An LMS can contain:
Class Information such as contact methods , course schedules, classroom policies, syllabi, event calendars, and attendance
Course readings and videos
Temple ISD uses the following LMSs:
SeeSaw - for Early Childhood and some primary classes
Google Classroom - for Grades K-8
Schoology - for Grades 9-12
Edgenuity - for some Secondary and Alternative Clases
Setting Up Schoology (Grades 9-12)
Visit the Schoology Help Center Link for a getting started guide.
You can create one course and add sections for each class period.
Click link and scroll to section “Add Members Button”
You can add your Co-Teacher using this method. Then you can change their permission to admin level once added.
Adding links, creating assignments and creating assessments
This can be used to link teacher notes, documents, presentations, etc.
(Advanced) Link a google doc as an assignment (Click link and scroll to “How to create an Assignment using App)
Note: This will create a copy of your google doc for each student automatically with no need to share the link.
Create multiple choice, True/False, Matching, Fill in the Blank questions and have schoology automatically grade assessments.
You can send parents an access code so they can view their student’s assignments and see updates for all their courses.
Send Parents this link with their individual access codes on how to setup their account.
You can also check out the All About Schoology presentation for more information on Schoology.
Setting Up Google Classroom (Grades K-8): HOW-TO
See “Getting Started with Google Classroom” video at Google for Education Teacher Center.
Create class using plus symbol
First Time Users
Go to classroom.google.com
Sign on Google with “gcloud.tisd.org” account.
Choose “I am a teacher.”
Settings for the class (click on Gear)
Guardian summaries: Leave on (switch to right on black)
Invite co-teachers and resource teachers
Teachers (click on People+ icon)
Add students to class
Students: (Click on Invite Guardians link) Use parents' personal email address.
Grading (gradebook in classroom)
Setting Up SeeSaw (PreKindergarten)
Visit the SeeSaw Help center for more information on setting up SeeSaw.
Creating your account (Create an account and it will be merged at a later date)
Choose I’m a teacher
Create an account (use the Teacher Sign In with Google Button)
Name your class and choose grade level
Click green checkmark when finished
Connect to your school
Click your name at the top left of the screen
At the bottom of the screen - Select your school
Green button to find school
Locate Meridith-Dunbar, and click the blue button to choose school.
Click your name in the top left corner
Click on the name of your class
Click the Wrench icon in the right hand corner
In the window that appears, click “Students”
Click the box for “No” for google accounts.
Click Shared Devices
Type in your student names
Click the Green checkmark after typing all student names
At Home learning Codes for students
On your SeeSaw Class home page
Click the blue button for Get Home Learning Codes
This will give you password codes for each student in your class.
You can send this home to parents.
Parent access QR codes
Locate the instructions to print QR code
Student access to SeeSaw at home
Activities in SeeSaw for students
Extras from SeeSaw (Activities)
Clever is our landing page for most all digital content. When you or a student accesses a digital tool by clicking on its icon, the sign in credentials (User Name and Password) will flow through to the application and students will not need to sign in again. You can add your own icons to your classroom for students to click and that way they won't need to know the exact web address. However, this is only a pass-through and most of the time the students will need to enter their credentials.
Clever Badges for Students
Teachers print Clever QR Code Badges and send digitally to parents (K-8)
Adding Icons in Clever for Your Class