Gradelink Resources for Distance Learning
We understand the COVID-19 crisis has caused a lot of additional stress for educators, students and their families as they tackle distance learning. To help, we’ve assembled a list of resources to enhance your efforts and improve your results.
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Resources within Gradelink
School News and Teacher Pages
Communicate important events and updates to the entire school with a School News page. It’s the first thing students and parents see when they log in.
Many schools are implementing alternating or hybrid schedules to reduce the number of students on campus at a time. Click below to see how to modify your schedules to accommodate your needs:
Assignments and Attachments
Attach files to assignments for students to download through their Gradelink accounts. This can include worksheets saved as PDFs, images and video files.
Use EnrollMe to make it easy for new families to enroll and current families to re-enroll online. Make sure to communicate clearly when you are accepting applications and re-enrollment.
Save countless hours by syncing assignment and quiz grades from Google Classroom to your Gradelink gradebook. It’s available to all Gradelink users at no additional charge.
Gradelink Resources for Online Instruction
As schools close their campuses in the wake of the coronavirus, they are faced with the task of switching to online teaching. We’re here to help ease the transition with tools for instruction and communication.
In this video, we demonstrate ways to use the tools already in Gradelink to help with remote teaching. We cover:
- Assignments and attachments
- Communication tools
- Teacher and School News Pages
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