Description: The article is about edgenuity student login. This is a brief introduction on how to navigate to the student view in Edgenuity to view a course or assist students with their course work as a teacher. You have the access to understand some features in Edgenuity.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the edgenuity to navigate the student view as a teacher. We will cover the website login, information for both students and teachers, how to access the course lobby and what it tells us, how to look at the course map and what it tells us, how to use the course organizer.
We will log into edgenuity. You will open a web browser and go to edgenuity.com and click login on the top right hand corner. You can go straight to learn education 20/20.com which will give you the access to both a student and an educator login. As educators, we need to login with our u ID number which is our NCED cloud 10 digit number and our birthday year and month.
For students, they need to log in with their ID number with a prefix such as CMS or a three-digit career code of their school such as 361, their password is their ID number. Teachers can log in as students by using the exact same user ID number and password to see the student view.
You must assign a course to yourself in order to view it as a student, the thresholds and weights and prescriptive testing are all going to be the things that you’ll have to deal with. If you navigate through a student view, you will see and interact with edgenuity as a student in this course.
I have logged in as Stephanie Fair, I can sign out on the top right-hand corner. I can see the student view in this view. Once you log in, you can see your course list on the left-hand side, this will be your Lobby, it will change based on the course you select.
On the right-hand side, you can see a couple of things in your course list, you have four different types of courses that are arranged by subject curriculum including social studies, science, math and language, arts. You have to have a course assigned to you in order to see it. As a teacher, you can look at each course. You can look at these social studies courses I have assigned, I am able to review them .
If it says NC, this is the NC standard curriculum. That’s initial credit. These are civics and economics courses for credit recovery or CR. Additionally, we can look at the science and math courses. VT stands for virtual tutor, these are the virtual tutor courses for ACT and SAT prep. All students currently at Butler high school should have VT ACT or SAT prep assigned to them, so that if they choose to use edgenuity, they can do that.
We can do that. As a teacher, you can also remove courses from students so they don’t see too many courses or get confused as to which one they’ll use. We can click on the course, that’s going to pull up the course information in the lobby. We have the course completion information, these boxes are units or lessons, they’re going to do the color code as we start moving through the course.
Red means behind, orange means that they’re working on it, blue means on target, green means ahead, this is determined by edgenuity based on the start and stop dates that the teacher enters into the course. Once I assign a course to a student and put a beginning date and end date, edgenuity will lay out how much work the student needs to complete each day and remind them what they need to do each day in order to make them stay ahead or on task.
The course will tell me the completion rate, but it will also tell me what my overall grade is, that will change based on how far I’ve completed the course. I have some buttons at the bottom, I can sign out, I can view the course map, I’ll do that.
The course map shows another way to look at the courses and all the items that I will need to do. I can open each of these things to see the state standards, the transcripts of the videos, the skills and objectives I’ll have to do for each of the items in order to complete the course.
I can also return to the lobby. In the lobby, as a student, I can communicate directly with my teachers through chat or email in edgenuity. As a teacher, I can do that as well. I would simply click next activity to move into my activity, it’s going to begin automatically, it’s going to tell me what it is and the type of it, it’s also going to probably prompt a video tutorial.
If I hold my mouse down at the bottom of my activity, you’re going to see a couple of other things. The video is 41 seconds, if I want to add closed captioning so I don’t have to listen to this teacher talk, I can add the crows captioning and read the information. I can adjust volume on there or on my computer. I can also do any other settings, that will tell me what the media is in case I have problems with it.
I can tell my teacher that I’m not getting this video to come up. In the top right hand corner, I can drop down to different languages. For example if I want to change this in Spanish, I can click Spanish, it will change everything on the unit into Spanish. I can take notes or highlight onto this, those notes will be available to me when I take a quiz, that’s important.
I’m going to show you what an actual course looks like. I have logged in as a student who’s currently working in edgenuity. This unit is in math one credit recovery. We’ve removed all the virtual tutor SAT and ACT prep for them, this might be something you need to do as a teacher so that the students don’t get confused as to what courses and assignments they need to complete.
When I click this, I can see that the student is still behind, he’s only 52 percent complete. I can see that very quickly by looking at the colors. His overall grade is 65%, but his actual grade is only 57.8%, he has only completed 52% in the course, I would simply click Next activity to see where he’s at.
It tells me that his next activity is unit test, students cannot take the unit test until you choose to unlock them, they can only progress through the quizzes and they get two chances in each of the quizzes. I want to show you what the organizer looks like.
When I click organizer for the students, you’re going to have any announcements that you’ve sent to your students by date. I can look at reports, this is important for the students, I can get the scores and feedback of all my assignments.
By clicking this, I can see when I completed it, how many attempts I made and what my score was. I can click back. I can also look at my own progress report, I don’t have to wait for my teacher to print that , that’s going to show me exactly how many assignments I’ve done out of the total. He has done 92 assignments.
That shows me where I am in the course. I can look at the test scene especially if there’s prescriptive testing. In other words, in this credit recovery, you can choose to have students complete a test which will drop them into a unit or exclude them for unit based on how high the threshold that you set for them to do. This is the important one, this is the assignment calendar.
As a teacher, when I put in the course and I put in the start and end times, it will show me what I need to complete each day in order to stay ahead. I can look back if I’m ahead or behind. He only did this quiz, but he was excluded and I can move forward. I want to go to today’s date which is November 9th.
If I come down to this week, we can see where he is, he’s behind for where he needs to be. It is important to show this to your students so that they can see where they are in relation to the course and how far back they are. In addition, we can look at an attendance log, this is what your teachers can see, the attendance log shows you how many minutes they’ve logged in, how many activities they have completed and the time they have spent on tasks when they were on edgenuity.
As a teacher, you can see that. It also has a standby or idle time, if student logs in but does not complete any work, it will list that. Under resources, we can see plugins, this is important especially if you’re using this on a Chromebook. You can make sure that you have the correct information to make edgenuity work.
If you have a problem such as the video is not playing, you can come in and look at the plugins and update. Those are needed especially if you’re doing this on your home computer. There’s a great tutorial, that will show them exactly what I’m showing you on how to navigate through the course lobbying and materials in edgenuity.
Finally, you will receive reports, they’re notes, if students have taken any online notes, they will be able to navigate through those and have those available when they take tests. This is the only type of notes that they will have available for them while they are taking tests.
It might be beneficial for you. As a teacher, if you encourage them to use a notes, they can be more successful. To exit out of the organizer, we can click the power button, they’ll move back to the course lobby. To logout of edgenuity, you can see their name on the top right hand corner and they would click sign out.