Using Edulastic with Zulama
In Passport, Zulama course assessments are available through Edulastic. This quick guide will walk you through how to access those assessments and assign them to your students.
After you’ve set up a course in Passport, you will be able to launch Edulastic.
Click on the Resources tab. There, you’ll see an Edulastic resource. Click on the Edulastic resource to launch Edulastic.
If this is your first time launching Edulastic, you will need to enter your school, grade, and course to set up your account.
Then, you’ll be directed to your Edulastic Dashboard.
Setting Up Your Class
Once you’re in Edulastic, the first thing you’ll want to do is set up a Class.
From the Dashboard, click on the Create New Class button.
Fill out the form with your class’s information including Class name, End Date, Grade, and Subject. You may leave the Standards Set and Course options blank.
Then, click the green Save Class button at the upper right-hand side of the screen.
Once your class is created, you can add students. There are three ways that you can add students to your class:
- Invite students using a Class Code
- Sync your Google Classroom roster
- Upload your roster as a CSV file
Watch the videos linked from each option for more information.
Finding and Assigning Zulama Assessments
Now that you have a class with students enrolled, you can assign assessments to them. To find Zulama’s pre-build assessments, click on the Library tab at the left side of the screen. There, you can scroll through the list of available assessments or use the search bar to find the course and module quizzes you’re looking for.
Mouse over the assessment to preview the questions or assign it to your students.
Once your assessment is assigned, you will receive a URL to share with your students. Students should use that URL to access the assessment.
As students complete the assigned assessment, you will be able to review their responses and grades.
Which Zulama courses have assessments available in Edulastic?
Computer Science Courses
- Computer and Digital Literacy (High School and Middle School versions)
- AP Computer Science Principles (GSM 2)
- Introduction to Computer Science through Game Design (GMS2)
- GameMaker Programming I & II
- Unity Programming I & II
- 3D Modeling I & II
- Mobile Game Design
- Evolution of Games (High School and Middle School versions)
- Game Design
- Game Production and Marketing
How do students log into Edulastic?
Students can go to https://app.edulastic.com/login to log in.
Reach out for additional assistance at any time: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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