ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS

Click on the menu items on the left for quick navigation.

USER MANAGEMENT


Adding Students


1. Click on the “Add Student” button on the top right of the screen.
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2. Type in your student(s) First Name and Last Initial, and click “Next” when you’re all done.
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3. Your student(s) accounts will populate in a list. Click “Finish” to complete.

Removing Students


1. Click on the checkbox next to the students you would like to remove from your classroom.
2. Click on the delete icon on the right of the screen.
3. Click on the “Yes, Remove!” button to confirm the removal of student(s) from your classroom.
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Adding Parent Email


1. Click on the mail icon on the right of the student’s information bar.
2. When the window opens, click on the “Change” button.
3. Enter the parent email of the selected student (you can enter up to two), and click on “Done” when you’re finished.
4. A confirmation email will now be sent to the student’s parent. When the parent has confirmed, the little “x” icon will change into an awesome tick icon.
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Printing Student Logins


Printing student logins are a useful tool to help your students’ parents with the login process when using Boddle at home. To print out student logins, do the following:

1. Select the students you’d like to print logins for by clicking on the checkboxes next to their name on the left.
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2. Click on the print icon on the right side of the screen, and click on “Show”.
3. A document reader will open up. Click on the print icon on the top right of the window to print. Be sure to check if you’re connected to a printer!
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Resetting Student Password

To make things easier for you, we’ve defaulted all resetted passwords to the password shown under the “Password Reset” text.

1. To reset a student’s password, first select the student by clicking on the checkbox next to their name on the left.
2. Click on the reset password icon on the right side of the screen.
3. Confirm by clicking on the “Reset Password” button. Tada! You’re all done!
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Changing Default Password

To change the default password used for password resets, simply:

1. Click on the default password.
2. Type in the new password into the empty window (8-characters minimum).
3. Click on the “Change” button and it’s all done!
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Changing Classroom Name

To change the name of your classroom, simply:

1. Click on the pencil icon next to your classroom’s name.
2. Type in the new classroom name.
3. Click on “OK” to finish.
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CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT

Teachers teach differently, so we’ve made sure Boddle lets you customize in-game curriculum to match their needs.

Rearranging Curriculum Order

Standards/topics on the top are delivered first. Upon mastery of a standard, the next standard in line will be unlocked an available. To rearrange the order of Math topics delivered simply:

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1. Click and drag a standard
2. Move the standard up or down to the desired arrangement
3. Drop the standard by letting go of the left-click

Adding & Removing Skills


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1. To add a standard/skill to your classroom’s curriculum, filter down the Subject and Grade to narrow down and find the standards you want
2. Locate the standard you want and Click-and-Hold it
3. Drag into your Curriculum Map (left)
4. Drop by letting go of your left mouse click

Preview Materials

To preview learning materials such as video lessons or practice items, simply click on the book icon (for lessons), or the question mark icon (for practice items).

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DIFFERENTIATING LEARNING

To differentiate learning for a student(s), first go to the Student Management and use the following steps:

1. Click on the checkbox next to the student(s) you would like to differentiate learning for.
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2. Click on the split-path icon
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3. Click "Choose"

4. Select to either create a new differentiated learning path (Create A New Curriculum) or to add the selected student(s) to an existing learning path (Add To Existing Curriculum) and press "Next".
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5. Verify the selected student(s) and press "Next"

6. Select the level for the new differentiated curriculum, click "Differentiate", and you're all done.
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You can further customize the curriculum in Curriculum Management.
Click HERE to find out how.

CREATING ASSIGNMENTS

If you'd like to assess your students on a specific standard or skill, you can do that by creating an assignment.

1. To create an assignment, first click on the "Assignments" button on the page's header after you've selected a classroom.
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2. Next, click on the "New Assignment" button.
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3. Name your assignment. Today's date is the default.
4. Select the student(s) you'd like to create an assignment for. You can select multiple students at a time, and even ALL of them, using the checkboxes.
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5. Filter to your desired Subject, State-Alignment, and Level/Grade to populate a list of standards.
Click on the desired standard/skill and press "next".
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6. Finally, select whether you'd like your assignment to be based upon a) a specific number of questions, or b) a specific time duration.

Click "create" to finish.
To view the results of your assignment, simply navigate back to the "Assignments" page and click on the assignment you would like to view results for.
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REPORTS

There are three report types on the Boddle's Teacher App. You can switch from report types using the drop-down menu on the top left of the page.

Student Progress

The Progress report tells you the overall classroom progress in terms of average/individual performance, as well as skills mastered.

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The Progress report also lets you know:

1. Student's username
2. Performance by percentage (correct responses / total responses)
3. How many responses per hour
4. Total time spent working with learning materials (not total game time)
5. Progress and skills mastered

Student Usage

The usage report lets you know the amount of time your students have spent on the Boddle App.
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The usage report can be found by clicking on "Analytics" and selecting "Usage" from the drop-down menu on the top left.

The usage report can be filtered to see daily, weekly, and monthly usage. It also lets you know the amount of sessions your students have gone through within your selected time frame.

Trouble Spots

The trouble spots report helps you identify students that are facing potential challenges, sorted by the standard— it works great for facilitating breakout sessions.
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To do that, simply enter the threshold (%) that you feel qualifies for a flag, click on the "Save" button on the right, and watch the magic happen!

Printing Reports

Every report can be exported into a spreadsheet by clicking on the icon (shown below) on the top right of the reports page.
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GAME ONBOARDING


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