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What's New in Edulastic- 24 (E24) Release

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Easy enrollment of students

Edulastic now allows for an easy approach to adding multiple students to your classroom. Teachers can add multiple students by simply copying and pasting one or more students into a text box. Students can be added using one of four methods:

  1. Google usernames: Copy and paste OR type student's Google email on each line
  2. Office 365 usernames: Copy and paste OR type student's office 365 email on each line
  3. First and last name: an unique Student user ID will then be created
  4. Last and first name: an unique Student user ID will then be created

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Print student roster

Edulastic allows teachers to print the class roster. A card will be displayed with the username and password for each student. Teachers can keep this as reference or pass it out to their students.

 

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Easy signup changes

Teachers signing up for Edulastic can search for their school using the school name or ZIP code.

 

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Support for mixed grade and mixed standard classes 

Classes in Edulastic can be created with multiple grades (e.g. a Math honors class can have Grade 6 and Grade 7 students). Similarly a class can have both "Math - Common Core" and "SBAC Math - Claims and Targets" standards. 

Relevant standards

Edulastic now supports state standards for more than 30 states. In order to reduce clutter when searching for standards to associate to questions, the relevant standards for the district are shown at the top.  

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Support for School Year Filter

Edulastic reports can now be filtered based on academic school year. 

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Classes and Course

Edulastic Enterprise now allows creation of classes and associating them with courses. The courses can be either created during the SIS sync (from Clever) or uploaded to Edulastic. District administrators can also manually create courses using the administration feature. 

Accurately assign assessments to classes using course names

Assessments can be sent to classes using the courses information e.g. if you have two courses as follows, an assessment meant for the honors course can be assigned to only those classes that are teaching the honors course. 

  1. Writing Grade 6 (Honors)
  2. Writing Grade 6

 

 

 

 

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