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#1 – Add Students to Your Class

  1. Login at MS Classroom
  2. Click on Teachers & Students in top right section of page
  3. Add students after quick search. Click DONE after finding all students

#2- Add Co-Teachers

  1. On the same screen where you add students, you can add teachers
  2. Search and select them

#3 – Create OneNote Class Notebook

  1. Click on Class Notebook tab
  2. Create Class Notebook with desired settings
  3. Open it as OneNote Online then EDIT in OneNote 2016 to sync a copy to your Win10 device

#4 – Start Conversations for Student Participation

  1. Create Conversations around identified class topics
  2. Edit members in group by clicking on ellipsis in top right corner of screen

#5 – Make Assignments

  1. Click on Assignments tab
  2. Click on + New Assignments
  3. Set title, due dates, description
  4. Set assignment for all classes for whom it applies, attach relevant documents, enable Conversation

#6 – Grade Assignments

  1. Click on Assignments tab
  2. Click on Assignment name in “In Progress” column
  3. Review “Submissions” and then easily enter grades, assigning comments as needed.

#7 – Share Files and Resources

  • Click on “Files” tab to access the shared files for the class.
  • Place Word, Excel, Powerpoint Online documents and other files for students to access.

#8 – Use Class Calendar

  • All assignment due dates appear in calendar
  • Add new dates for events (e.g. field trips) to class calendar for students to access

#9 – Manage Class

  • Modify course info using the Manage tab as well as
  • Update class banner, icon and course description

#10 – Update Notebook Settings

  • Add/remove sections
  • Update teacher/student button if changes to roster have been made
  • Lock/unlock Class Notebook Collaboration space for student use

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