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Passport – View the Teacher Account

Step 1: Welcome to the Teacher account. The teacher account is set up to be more functions based. Whereas, the student account’s are to engage the user into their target language.

Let’s begin by viewing your profile, please click on Teacher.

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Step 2: Click My profile

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Step 3: The User Settings

This is where you can change your your first and last name and password. However, you can not alter your email address. If the wrong email address was used to create your account, please contact the Client Experience Team.

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Step 4: Click Profile Image

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Step 5: Here you can take a picture to represent your account on Passport.

This will make it easy for your students to identify your account. Click the X

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Step 6: Now lets add a course to your account, by clicking Add A Course

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Step 7: A dialog box will open and you will now be able to create your course and make it your own, please click on Course Title to enter in the name of your course.

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Step 8: Please enter T’es branché? 1st Edition into the Course Title box.

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Step 9: Now it is time to select a program. When selecting your program, please be aware that there could be multiple options within the drop down. When selecting your program be sure that it is the program you are teaching. Please click Pick a Program

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Step 10: Select French: T’es branché? 1st Edition

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Step 11: Now it is time to set the max attempts. The max attempts will be the number of attempts your students will have to complete their activities. Please click Set Max Attempts

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Step 12: For this course we are giving our student 4 attempts to complete their activities.

If you wish to give your students more or less attempts it can be done will assigning activities.

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Step 13: Now let’s add some resources to our course. Please click on each book to activate the different levels. Click on T’es branché? Level 1.

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Step 14: You must click on each level for you and your students to have access. Once you have added all the levels, please click Add

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Step 15: Now, let’s take a closer look at the course you just created. Please click on the course.

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Step 16: Lets add a Student, please click Add A Student

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Step 17: When adding a student to your course, you have two options. First being is to enter them in one at a time by filling in the required fields.

If the student already has an account, their information with autofill into the required fields.

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Step 18: Another option is to provide the Invite Link, which can be copied and pasted into an email that can be sent to your students.

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Step 19: Once you have all of the required fields filled in, please click  Add Student

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Step 20: Let’s take a closer look at the student account we just created. Please click on the student.

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Step 21: Here you can see the students account and all the information regarding their account.

There is an option to see the Student View. The Student View allows you to see what the student sees, but you are unable make any changes.

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Step 22: Now lets go back to the courses tab, please click Courses

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Step 23: Once a course is over or if it’s no longer being used. Teachers have the option to either delete or deactivate their course.

By deactivating the course you still have access to the course.

Click the Active Toggle

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Step 24: Now that you have seen all the different aspects of the Courses tab, let’s take a look at Assign, please click Assign

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Step 25: Here you can see all of the Engagement Types that we offer within Passport.

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Step 26: Let’s start with Assess. Here, you can see that Assess is only available within our Spanish: ¡Qué chévere! program.

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Step 27: Discover, provides the option for teachers to filter out their searches. These filters are designed to assist the teacher with locating their activities within a timely manner.

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Step 28: The next engagement type is Create, where you can assign activities that align with specific ACTFL standards for each book currently active for your classes.

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Step 29: The Share engagement activity allows students to respond to activities that are assigned by the teacher.

Students are able to work together and review each others work for feedback.

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Step 30: To create a Share activity you would click on + Add a Share Question 

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Step 31: A dialog box will appear and you can enter in a question that includes up to 350 characters.

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Step 32: Now, please click Perform

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Step 33: The Perform engagement type allows teachers to create or assign Avenue activities specific to the books currently active for your classes.

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Step 34: If you would like to add your own Perform activity, please click + Add a Perform Activity

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Step 35: A dialog box will appear that will allow you to enter in your questions and add the media required to complete the question. Please click the X

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Step 36: If you see a Perform activity that you would like to copy to edit, please click the Double Paper to the right of the question.

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Step 37: Once you are ready to edit the question, please click on the Pencil Icon

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Step 38: The dialog box for the Perform task will open and allow you to edit the Name, Prompt, Media and Settings.

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Step 39: Now, let’s move by clicking My Lesson

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Step 40: The My Lessons engagement type is filled with teacher-created lessons and customized activities.

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Step 41: The last engagement type is the Lessons Library this is a collection of customized activities for each book currently active for your classes.

That wraps up the teacher account, please see our other help articles for more How To’s.

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Here’s an interactive tutorial for the visual learners—Teacher-Account

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November 27, 2018