How to

Create Classes

  1. To create classes for your institution, please navigate to the Classes menu selection.
  2. Select the “New” button in the upper right corner of your screen. A window opens to prompt you for the relevant information. This includes the Religion Textbook Publisher, Series, and Edition used in the class.
Your view may differ slightly, provided for reference only.
  1. Select the Grade Level for the Class.
  2. Enter an identifiable name for the Class. NOTE:These Class names will be displayed on your and the teacher’s reporting dashboard so use something that is descriptive such that you know what it is.
  3. Select the teacher for this class. (As you had already created your Teachers in Step 4 above, this field will present a picklist of Teachers.) 
  4. Enter the Textbook information.
  5. Click “Save” and repeat steps 2-6 for as many classes as you need to create.

To add students to the class:

  1. From the Classes list, select the button at the far-right side of the Class you want to manage. Select “View” from the pop-up menu.
  2. Click on the “Students” icon at the top of the page.
  1. In the next screen, select the “+New” button in the upper right corner of the students list.
  2. A New Student window opens and you can select your Students from the drop-down menu. If you are adding multiple Students at one time, use the blue “Save & add more” button. When finished, select the grey “Save & Close” button.
  3. Repeat steps 8-11 to add Students to any Classes you have created.

To make your class a testing section:

  1. If your Class will also be a Testing Section, after adding all Students to the Class, select the “Home” button on the Class Dashboard 
  1. You can use the Duplicate as Testing Section button and move to the next class. This allows you to skip Testing Section setup.
  1. If a Student does not appear in the grade-level list as expected, please return to the Student data page and confirm that the Student’s details are complete and accurate.
Note: If your Testing Sections do not mirror your Classes, please see instructions to Add Testing Sections.
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