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Introduction to the Schoology Workshop

Introduction to the Schoology Workshop

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  • 1. © 2013 Dana Sobczak Dana Sobczak ET5063 American College of Education
  • 2. © 2013 Dana Sobczak (St. Mary’s Academy, 2013) Figure 1: Schoology is a LMS that incorporates learning collaboratively
  • 3. Teacher Homepage These tools help keep your Schoology page organized © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schoology, 2003) Figure 2. This pictures shows the tool bars on the Schoology homepage
  • 4. Create an instructor account Fill in the basic information * If you are a Sparta School District Employee, use your school email. © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schoology, 2003) (Schoology, 2003) Figure 3: Schoology accounts can be made as an instructor or a student Figure 4: Schoology accounts ask for basic information and it is free to sign up
  • 5. Create a course in Schoology. You can name this course anything you want your students to see. Example: Science hour 3 Upload your students into your courses. You will add each of your students as new members to your course. © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schoology, 2003) (Schoology, 2003) Figure 5: This picture highlights how to create a course in Schoology Figure 6: This picture highlights how to add a student to the course
  • 6. Your Schoology page will be the one place where all of your daily assignments, links, quizzes and grade book can be stored. GRADEBOOK Schoology will automatically grade quizzes! © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schoology, 2003)(Schoology, 2003) (Schoology, 2012) Figure 7: Schoology has a lot of tools for teachers to use Figure 8: This figure shows the different items a teacher can have in their course Figure 9: The grade book is a great feature of Schoology
  • 7. Easily upload assignments for your students to see. Hide the assignments you do not want your students to see yet. © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schoology, 2003) Figure 10: This pictures highlights the “hide” features that the teachers have control over
  • 8. GOAL(S) 1. Create a course 2. Input at least one student 3. Upload an assignment © 2013 Dana Sobczak (Schuetz, 2012) Figure 11: This puts a visual to the many layers of Schoology
  • 9. How to create a discussion on Schoology video Add one comment to the discussion before break BREAK Return at 10:45 (Evenbrite, 2013) Figure 12: Schoology can be used as a digital classroom © 2013 Dana Sobczak