Schoolified Help Desk
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Wondering how you can use the Schoolified Classroom to deliver the best learning experience ever? This is the place where you can find help.
Do I need an iPad or tablet to teach on Schoolified? What about my students?
No. Both teachers and students may access Schoolified via their web browser on desktop or laptop. But the experience of Schoolified is best using the Schoolified app on a stylus enabled tablet. You can download by searching for Schoolified Classroom in your favorite app store NB: At this time, if you do not have a compatible tablet, Schoolified works best on Chrome or Firefox (not on Safari.)
How to open a break-out room?
Currently you can open a 1:1 breakout room with any student by doing a drop-in. This can be achieved from Grid mode or through the sub-menu which appears when you get a notification from a student in teaching mode.
Can I see my students' screen?
Yes of course. This is one of the main features of Schoolified! You can do this in multiple ways: In teaching mode when a student makes a mistake, is not paying attention, or requests help, you will get a notification on the left side of the screen and you can do a drop-in on his screen When in grid mode you can observe all of your students at once, enlarge his/her screen and decide to do a drop-in to collaborate with him or her. Please note that when you do a drop-in, all of the other
How do I use the Schoolified Classroom?
For a quick review of how to use the Schoolified Classroom with students check out this video: For a more detailed guide please read on: We have developed the classroom app to be as intuitive as possible but we wanted to highlight a few key controls which will help you master your new classroom experience in no time. ![Classroom layout](https://storage.cr
What are the main features of Schoolified
Teachers and tutors who use Schoolified love the virtual-classroom and business features it offers. student-attention monitoring tools, whiteboard functionality, Google calendar & drive integration, payment-system integration (Stripe), student login, parental consent forms, lesson planners, assessment tools, & MORE! To get an idea of what the Schoolified Classroom experience is check out this video:
How do I login to the Classroom?
Teachers and students may access the classroom by opening the iPad or tablet app. If they are using a web browser, visit classroom.schoolified.com and follow the login prompts. Alternatively if you are a teacher you can access your classroom directly from the Schoolified Schedule in your admin section: Select the day of your class and the class itself and a start button should appear a few minutes before your class st
Can I see all my students on one screen?
When students join your classroom in homeroom all students should have their microphone on. When in teaching mode all student microphones are off by default. Enabling the microphone of a student can be done in multiple ways: In teaching mode, students can raise their hand and you can decide to unmute them in the sub-menu in Grid mode you can unmute all by using the button at the top or you can request a student to unmute by clicking the microphone icon on their individual screen.
How to share files in Classroom?
For a more detailed description of how to use Classroom see this article In a live class you can share any document you have prepared in advance in lesson composer using the “document” icon in your toolbar. Share tool from toolbar Alternatively, you can also use the whiteboard or start a browser sharing session where you can share
Can I extend the time of a class?
For now, you are free to extend the duration of your class, but students will not be charged more and you will not receive more income. Please keep in mind that we may limit this functionality in the future.
How can I move from Zoom to Schoolified Classroom for my 1:1 or group classes?
Schoolified is both similar to Zoom (in the sense that it offers remote video functionality) but it is so much more than that! If you have not done so already, check out our features page here: Schoolified Features. On Schoolified, because the actual Classroom is seamlessly integrated with the booking engine you do not need to worry about sending reminders or links. Once students are registered you get a confirmation by email and you can start your class d
How to check if my students are paying attention?
This is one of the main features of Schoolified! No need to look at your student’s camera! If students are not paying attention or they have switched screen or app, you will get a notification. In teaching mode, any lack of attention will appear as a notification on the left side of the screen: If student is not following your prompts to move to the next page in the lessons, Student will enter in sleeping mode if he has not turned the page after one minute and not responded to the check in
How to share my screen?
Screen sharing on Schoolified is automatic as soon as you are in teaching mode. You control what students see by loading one of your lessons, pulling the whiteboard or sharing your browser. What you decide to share can be accessed through the document icon in your toolbar.
Do you record classes or lessons?
The short answer is yes. During a class all the content you share with students and all interaction with such content by each student (annotations, answers to questions etc..). are stored. If you have enabled Virtual locker and students have connected their Google accounts, we will give them access to that content for review after the class has ended. Moreover by enabling virtual locker for your course, you will be able to share content (reference documents, docs, self paced lesson etc..) from
What kind of notifications do I receive in class?
There are four types of notifications which will pop-up on the left side of the screen when in teaching mode: Student not following (sleeping mode) represented by a ZZZ - Student not paying attention (out of focus mode) represented by a Crossed eye. Student requesting help (represented by a raised hand). Student made a mistake (represented by an explanation point)