This lesson covers how to use and optimize sub-groups that you can create within an Institution called Schools and Groups. This is great for when your Institution is more than one School, or you would like to organize your users via separate subjects or grades.
- There are valuable advantages to organizing your Institution in Schools and Groups! This article is a quick overview in the reasoning behind this to get the full benefit.
Note: Make sure to continue with "How do I create Schools and Groups?" and "How do I add users to Schools and Groups?" to take full advantage of these features, as they're incredibly useful for organizing collaboration between teachers, as well as processes for admins.
- Now that you have an understanding of Schools & Groups, you may set users permissions for only that School or Group. This will give more control over what users can do, as there may be a user that should only have admin permissions over a certain group of users but not the entire institution.
- In the previous lesson, you learned on how to set off-days for the entire institution. This article will help you set off-days for only a specific School or Group, as sometimes
- Help streamline and organize your teacher's lesson planning by creating templates for them. This can help align teachers to ensure they're covering everything required to complete a unit or teach a standard, and having them for specific Schools or Groups can focus on essential learnings for Grades or Subjects.
Note: When you create a lesson plan template from the Admin app you will be creating it for the entire Institution. If, however, you create a template within the context of a School/Group, it will only be available for accounts within that School/Group.
Click here for Lesson 3: Monitoring Lesson Plan Activities!