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Schoology Curriculum Offices Codes

Schoology vs. Engrade


Schoology Engrade
• Direct connect to OneDrive
• Calendar on main screen
• Creation of Folders to organize
course content • Lesson tiles to post work
• Communication through Groups • Communicate through messages
• Assign items to a specific learner or • Tag Standards
group
• Custom or standardized learning
objectives
• Mobile App
By the end of the Schoology refresher training
today, I can:
1.Access and edit gradebooks/settings
2.Enter grades and know what initials to use/when to use them.
3.Determine the difference between classes vs groups
4.Upload files/assignments
5.Share assignments to select groups of students.
Groups Vs Courses in Schoology
Groups Courses
• Best used for extra-curricular • Best used to facilitate formal studies
communication between admins between admin and members
and members (teachers and (teacher and students).
students).
• Announce updates • Gradebook
• Discussions • Badges
• Media albums • Analytics
• RSVP event invites
• No grading in this area • Students can only share through
• Full resource sharing between discussion, assignment, and
students and teachers but students albums.
can only edit their own materials and
the admin may edit and organize all
group materials in the group

* Only DC's and Administration can add groups currently and have the attendance tab, more features, Etc. We will keep
you updated if these permissions change.
Grade Settings/Changes
• Change your grade settings to 50 pt scale.
• This allows LS to be entered!
• Grade will be automatically divided in half and given to the student
• Changes in grading policy for the year
• Missing is back! Click on the flag to mark notations (missing, excused, incomplete)
• Missing- Student never did it (goes in as a 0)
• Incomplete- some attempt was made, more effort needs to be done before it counts (this
does not give them a grade)
• Excused- Student was absent from class excused- can make up (does not count against)
How to change your Gradebook Setup
• Click on a Course
• Click on Grade Setup
on the left side
• Scroll down to Final
Grade Settings
• Under Gradebook Scale
choose BCPS 50 Point
Scale
• Make sure to click
Save Changes at the
bottom of the screen
Grade Settings Cont.
*Unless you STAR the grading scale in your Grade Setup on the Righthand side of the screen it will not be automatically selected
when you create assignments.
How to Upload Files when creating an assignment

1.
2.

1. Click on Add Materials


2. Click on Add Assignment

A window should pop up where you can fill in the fields to create a wide range of assignments and upload a:
Uploading an assignment Cont.
Important !

Make sure to check all


fields before creating
assignment even if they
aren't marked with a *

Specifically the ones


outlined in RED

Options include (listed as shown by icons left to right): Individually Assign, Align Learning Obj. , Lock , Submissions Enabled,
Publish to Students, Grade Statistics Enabled, Comments Enabled, Copy to other courses.
File types you can Upload to Schoology

*Note: 512 mb file size limit but no limit on how many individual files you can upload. 100mb embedded
media file size limit
Student submissions
• When you create an assignment, it defaults to "Submissions Enabled"
so that students can submit an assignment to you. While you cannot
see this ability when you view the course as a student, it is enabled
for them to submit! This is an example of what that would look like:
How to add your inclusion teachers/DC's
• Open the course
• Share the course access codes via an email.
• Access codes are found on the bottom of the left column
Tips and Tricks From your Gradebook,
After creating an
assignment, you will see
• Bulk Edit three vertical dots on the
right side.

Clicking them will open a


few choices.

Click on Bulk Edit and you


will be brought to a screen
you see below where you
can edit all assignments at
once.

*If you do not set a due date on an


assignment, it will be placed in the
beginning of your gradebook!
Tips and Tricks
• Besides printing your rosters from SIS you can export
your rosters to a CSV file in Excel, edit, copy, and print
from there. Instructions: From your Gradebook, After creating an
assignment, you will see three vertical dots on the right
side. Clicking them will open a few choices.

Click on Export and you will be brought to a screen you


see below and chose Gradebook as CSV and chose Next
and it will download to your downloads folder where you
can open it and modify from there.
Tips and Tricks .

How to see what the student or parent Sees!


1. Click into a course

2. Choose Course
Options

3. Click on View
Course As
Tips and Tricks .

How to see what the student or parent Sees!


4. Choose a Member
(student and parent)
5. It will convert to student
or parent view
6. Click back to courses to
return to your view
Resources
• Jen Filosa – jfilosa@bcps.org
• Tom Blumenauer – tblumenauer@bcps.org
• Carl Peitz – cpeitz@bcps.org
• Will McNally – wmcnally@bcps.org

• Schoology Website on all things Schoology -


https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/categories/202764287-
Instructors
Schoology Help
• Today teachers will learn how to:
• Join Schoology Professional Learning in BCPS Group
• Navigate the Tutorial Site to help yourself to
additional features
On your own or with my help
• Create a Test or Quiz using a short tutorial
• Transfer tests from Engrade to Schoology
• Add youtube videos to VoiceThread
• Add Safari Montage Videos to Schoology Material Pages
How to access BCPS Schoology Resources
Group
1. Please go to Schoology and click on Groups.
2. Click on My groups on the right side of the screen
3. Click on School Groups Tab
4. Select Baltimore County Public Schools from the drop down list
5. Click on page 5 at the bottom of the screen
6. Scroll down to find – Schoology Professional Learning in BCPS
7. Join Group
Schoology Website on all things Schoology

Click Here to Access Tutorials!


Creating Test and Quizzes

How to Create a Test or Quiz Click here!


Test and Quiz Options
Transferring Tests from Engrade
• Go to your OMHS group located in groups
• Click on Resources on the left-hand side
• Choose the folder Schoology
Adding Video Clips
• You can directly add YouTube clips and Safari Montage clips for
students to click and access.

• Directions can be found in Schoology in the OMHS group, click on


resources.
Resources
• Jen Filosa – jfilosa@bcps.org
• Tom Blumenauer – tblumenauer@bcps.org
• Carl Peitz – cpeitz@bcps.org
• Will McNally – wmcnally@bcps.org

• Schoology Website on all things Schoology -


https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/categories/202764287-
Instructors