Description: The article is about a story of Erica Zimmer from CSU Educational Technology. She is using Front Row, and she is going to teach us how to log in at Front Row and how to give students class code and how to set up a group for learning.
This is Erica Zimmer with our CSU Educational Technology and I’m going to show you what it looks like for a student to log into their front row account. In order to make the student log and they need to know the class code, I’m going to go and look at my rosters.The class code is up here.
Go into your roster to see where your students are. Let them know what class code. For example, student one is going to need this class code. I’m going to copy that, it has been on my clipboard when I login as a student. You will see how it student One Capara student is the first name Papaya is their last name. That is class code.
Those are the three things the student needs to have in order to log in to their account. The student needs to go to front row dot com and that’s front row dot com, make sure it’s front row dot com is all one word and then you have teachers sign in or student sign up. We are going to go to student sign it, and it brings them to this page.
The only thing that they need to do to login after you have loaded them in the class roster which I showed you in the previous video is their first name, last name and class code.
Those are the only three things they need, so student and the class code I copy and paste here we login. It asks you what subjects you want to practice. Since we’re talking about math, we’re going to do math. If they had a reading account, they could do reading as well. I’m going to do math. This is what they see the first time that they log in.
They’re going to see the practice the domain so counting in operations base 10 measurement and data geometry and fractions and whenever they click on, so it says not started the first thing that they click on one of these to start one of these domains.
It’s going to have them do a diagnostic test. The diagnostic test takes anywhere from 10 to 30 minutes depending on the test how quickly it to be progressive test.
Let me show you what that looks like. let’s click on counting and operations. I’m going to click on that and this is what they see.
Ask them to start diagnostic test, and they must complete a diagnostic in one setting. I don’t think it gives a very good accurate reading. Make sure that they have enough time to do the whole diagnostic in one setting. I would suggest not making them do all the diagnostics for all of these domains in the same day.
The one day to calculate operations, the next day to do geometry based in fractions and measurement data, there’s only one student in the class, we only see one student listed here in the roasters.
If you have 10 students , you’re going to see a list of 10 kids and all of these students can see who has the most coins that day in this domain. Now there is a way to change it, so they’re clumped into predetermined groups. It’s not looking at individual students and one student feels bad for being that many coins. One always has the highest in complimented groups. I think they can complement up to five groups, so that way it’s like by group versus individual student.
Let me show you what that looks like. I’m going to go back to my teacher account. When you log into your teacher account, you see this home section. You go up to the rosters to get here. If I go here and I click settings team. I’m going to click that and close. Now they’re going to be clumped into teams. I think they are predetermined and we don’t have control over who’s in, what group is doing. Students aren’t shown individually and they’re shown by team instead.
If I go into my student account and refresh that, it switched to a team name. There’s only one team， as there’s only one student being taught in the lesson. They’ll have multiple teams up to five teens and they’ll be predetermined names. It has the most point who the individual students.
If you have any questions, you can feel free to contact me or email me, I’ll glad to help you out.