Any teacher or administrator can create and manage Teacher Teams in Aware. Eduphoria advises teachers to manage their own teams as much as possible. Administrators should help manage only when necessary.
- Select Create a New Team from the Analyze or Assessment tab in Aware.
- Complete the New Team wizard.
- Use the Add Staff button to add people to the team, then choose Save.
- The system will notify all teachers via email after they are added to a team. The email will include the team name and the names of every team member.
|View a short video on creating and managing a Teacher Team in Aware.|
Teachers and administrators can create and edit Teacher Teams on the Analyze and Assessments tabs. Team Management appears in the bottom left corner of both tabs.
Step 1: Choose Create a New Team to start the wizard. The wizard will appear to the far right.
The wizard requires a Team Name and a School to begin. The Description field is optional and allows the creator to add team details.
Step 4: Click Next and Finish to close the wizard. The team editing screen will appear.
Complete the following steps to add other teachers to a team:
- Click the Add Staff button.
- Search for a teacher.
- Note: Start with a last name or use the format last name, first name.
- Select a user.
- Press Enter on your keyboard or click the Select Staff button.
- Note: Each teacher will be added one at a time in this fashion.
Step 5: After adding all teachers to a team, click the Save button at the top.
The system will notify all teachers via email after they are added to a team. The email will include the team name and the names of every team member.
Note: All Teachers on a Team will have access to edit and to even delete a team once they have been added.
To edit teams use the Edit My Teams option in the Team Management section of the Analyze or Assessments tab. When administrators choose to edit teams, they will see all of the teams on their campus or in the district.
Note: Eduphoria does not recommend that administrators edit teams except when necessary for systems management and logistics purposes.
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