Difference between revisions of "Access and Edit Existing Course"

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*select the '''edit''' button for the relevant course (in the far right column) and you will be able to change:
 
*select the '''edit''' button for the relevant course (in the far right column) and you will be able to change:
  
*the name of the bank
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*the name of the course
  
*description
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*description (HTML, may include attachments)
  
*keywords: keywords allow your test to be searchable in the YP public search
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*access type: you may publish the course only after your own students have used it. The usage threshold keeps most of the junk out of the public listings.
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*subject keywords: other teachers cannot find your work unless you tag it appropriately
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*grade scheme. So far covers only GCSE and English National Curriculum grades. Set the scheme most appropriate to your target audience.
  
*grade grid: The grade grid allows you to designate levels or grades for students who take the tests in this particular course. NB the grades apply to all tests in the course. If you have tests which do not conform to the grade grid you have or want to enter, you will need to put them into a separate course.
 
 
[[Image:Edit course.png]]
 
[[Image:Edit course.png]]
  
  
 
Back to: [[Courses|Courses]]
 
Back to: [[Courses|Courses]]

Revision as of 00:47, 23 November 2009

A Course is a grouping of quizzes and tasks with a course description and grading information. Courses were previously called Test Banks and you may still find that term used elsewhere in the documentation.

  • Login at yacapaca.com/teacher
  • Select your Author tab
  • Select My Groups
  • Click on title of the group for which you want to access courses
  • Select Courses

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You will only be able to edit the details of courses that you have created.

  • select the edit button for the relevant course (in the far right column) and you will be able to change:
  • the name of the course
  • description (HTML, may include attachments)
  • access type: you may publish the course only after your own students have used it. The usage threshold keeps most of the junk out of the public listings.
  • subject keywords: other teachers cannot find your work unless you tag it appropriately
  • grade scheme. So far covers only GCSE and English National Curriculum grades. Set the scheme most appropriate to your target audience.

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Back to: Courses