Course Basics

Course Overview
The course overview page provides aggregated information from the course.  Courses will always have the same sections. These sections consist of bulletins,...
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Course Creation
Courses are set up to teach a specific subject area, for example, 2nd grade math or AP Chemistry. Then, within a course, groups can be created for differen...
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Course Menu
Below the site menu, there is a ribbon with the course menu with the following tabs. Overview contains recent updates, course bulletins, tasks or follow...
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Bulletins
Bulletins are a great place to start in your course. Bulletins allow teachers to welcome students, post announcements, images or resources. Students can als...
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Adding Learning Objectives
To track standards mastery and progress, you will need to align your course to learning objectives. In your course, navigate to the ‘more’ option, then to s...
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Adding Course Resources
In subsequent sections, we will look at using the planner in more detail, but to quickly add resources to your course you will notice an “Add” button in the...
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Course Properties and Features
It is important to check the settings, add standards, and set up the grade book before you begin creating content within a course. You can find course sett...
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Adding Standards to Courses
As a general rule, add all the standards that you will use in the course within a given year. However, do not go overboard, you can always go back and add s...
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Building Course Content
itslearning's course structure can be set up in two ways: Building materials in the resources tab only Incorporating the use of the planner itslea...
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Supported Types of Course Content
Activities These require students to complete a task. You should utilize these elements more often than resourcesbecause we want our students to interact...
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