InteDashboard allows teachers to run the same course content towards different student sections. There's no need to create and re-create—or duplicate courses.
✨ To get started—first we need to understand Sections. Within InteDashboard these are sets of students you can create and group into cohorts.
➡️ To get started you will need to go into the student addition area within InteDashboard.
✅From your list of courses, choose the course you want to add students.
✅Click on the name of the course, or the View button.
✅Click the +New Student(s) button.
➡️ At this point you have the traditional methods to add students:
✅ Copy & Paste
✅ File Upload
✅ Manual Enroll
✅ Generic Users
✨ Please note that with the bulk options (Copy & Paste and File Upload) you can set students into different sections through the process itself via the spreadsheet that contains the student data. Though you will need to have the sections segmentated ahead of time within InteDashboard.
Once you have completed this process—or if it has already been previously completed, you will need to head over to the student management area within your course and click on the Organize Students button.
✨ At this point you will have a nice view of all of the current students in your course and your active sections. Now please scroll down and add a section or two.
Once you add your desired sections—you can now drag-and-drop students right into the teams you create within the new sections area.
✨ Please make sure to click on the Update button so all of your changes are saved. Once successful you will notice that there are now multiple sections composed of students.
➡️ If you head over to the list of your activities—you will notice that you now have two sections of students on all new activities created after you segmentated your students into sections.
✨ Please note that this change will only take effect into activities after the change and not before. So if we were publish a new activity right after clicking the update button—we would see this.
✅ You now have the opportunity to run the same activity towards two or more sections (depending on how many you create) simultaneously.
✅ You can also just run one section alone—and not run the other sections.
✅ These activities are essentially duplicates of the same content which are meant to be ran towards different group of students.