Below are step by step procedures for new faculty. Also find links to log in to your account and also to view all of Schoology's training videos.
Here is a good introduction to the platform. We encourage new faculty to take a look.
But don’t be afraid to log right into http://schoology.dublinschool.org and start poking around.
You’ll find a list of the students in your class and can access their profiles here. Only schoology admins can add or delete members.
Take your classroom attendance here. No need to mark a student present, only mark if student is absent late or excused. you can also write a note in the attendance regarding a student on any particular day
how to: https://support.schoology.com/hc/en-us/articles/201001913
Faculty at Dublin School can set up their grading environment to their liking. Schoology allows you to create user defined categories that can be weighted to a teachers wishes. Some popular categories include; classroom participation, tests, homework, journal, project etc. You will reference these categories when creating assignments
Setting up categories
Adjusting weight of categories
Final Grade Settings
All course assignments, including tests, must be created in schoology in order for the gradebook to work efficiently. Used properly, Schoology is a powerful tool for creating a blended learning experience. A teacher can add audio, video or external links in the assignment interface. Any assignment can be saved as a resource. One can create an entire syllabus to be reused in full or in part in future trimesters.
Modify Assignment Profile
Advanced Assignment Options
The stuff that assignments are made of. Create original material within schoology. Link to your favorite websites. Upload a document. Embed a video. Build a test. And more...
Add Course Materials
Add Materials to folder
Creating Test/Quiz Questions
Using Tests and Quizzes
Essentially this is a repository of materials that you use. They can be placed into folders for greater organization. As mentioned above, assignments can be saved as a resource, as can all materials; a link, a file, a quiz, etc…
Add Personal Resources
Edit Personal Resources