The course plays an important role in EduPage. What is "a course" good for?
The EduPage site administrator has a very good overview of the created and missing courses, and of the settings of different courses. The Overview offers an easy way to identify potential problems with courses.
Let's look at the overview and administration of courses in two common situations:
1. before creating and publishing the timetable
1. Before publishing the timetable:
The administrator has an overview of created courses. Green color indicates official courses created by the teachers. Grey indicated unofficial courses. What are official and unofficial courses?
Creating a course is easy. If however there are teachers experiencing problems with creating their course, the administrator can create it for them:
Select Overview in the left menu and click Courses.
Press the red + sign.
As you are an administrator, select the teacher, who is going to teach the course, otherwise, the teacher will not have access to it.
(If you are set on the right cell (class+subject) in the table, before clicking the + sign, the class and subject data are added automatically.)
Press Save. The course has been created.
Before publishing the timetable on the EduPge site, there are only courses "without a bell" -either the green official courses, or the grey unofficial ones.
2. After the timetable has been published:
Red color with bell indicates courses that should be there based on the information from timetable, but the course has not been created yet. The teacher has not created an official course.
Green color with bell indicates courses that are in the overview based on the information from timetable and an official course has been already created. The aim is for all the courses with bells to be green.
The administrator can invite the teacher to create their course, or the course can be created by the administrator:
The color of the course changes to green. Administrator - Course with divided class
Attention: Do not delete the courses created by teachers. The courses can include teaching plans and preparations!
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