100% agree that this HAS to be added in order for teachers. Not only the option to copy files to multiple classes but the option to add files from one's OneDrive. Unless the sync client is installed, all files are on the teacher's OneDrive... in order to add files they either need to be on a flash drive or downloaded from OneDrive (kind of defeats the point of having in on the cloud in the first place...)
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In the process of assisting teachers in setting up their Classrooms and attempting to connect previous OneNotes to their new classes and this is definitely an issue.... Even using the Class Notebook Add-in, you can only connect ONE notebook per course.... this means that the teacher will need to replicate each OneNote (copy sections/pages) for every Notebook. This is extremely painful as some OneNotes can be large and will crash the program every time they attempt to do this. Teachers are starting to give up and move to other online learning environments just because of this. Please resolve
Currently when creating a Class Notebook it builds one which can then be populated from an existing OneNote (after the fact). Few additional steps need to happen to copy sections over (open in desktop version, select tabs, etc.) While the process is painless, teachers would appreciate the ability to immediately select a OneNote to use for the Classroom rather than building>selecting sections. Especially for teachers replicating courses over years/semesters.
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Noticing this now with other items that come through the notification/email i.e. messages from conversations. As they come flooding through email, should be able to click on one (in my email) and that takes me to the conversation in my Classroom.
Thank you for your idea. We are considering this feature for a future version.
For school districts that have activated automatic class creation via SIS it would be EXTREMELY beneficial to delete previous years' classes to reduce clutter and confusion for teachers. New classes are dumped into the Inactive grouping, as will older classes. For a teacher to go through every class (especially ones with the same course code/name) will be tedious and disengaging
Yes - students copy the link to their Sway and then when they chose to attach an existing file to an assignment, links is an option. They paste it here and the link will be submitted. The only comment on this is that the Sway is not embedded or previewed within the assignment, however, you can click the link that takes you to their Sway project.
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Definitely would be a great feature to have
Google Classroom allows for this where a teacher can make comments to students' work before it is submitted.
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suggestion to add to this feature, an assignment status summary (under "Assignments" in the left nav) of "To do", "past due, "submitted", "returned", "graded". Giving students (and teachers) to see the overview of their work statuses.
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More so in the Assignment Overview page, rather than clicking on the Calendar section itself.
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Currently can only search. Ability to add the URL or embed code when attaching a video. Searching is great but if we have the URL/embed code (especially for unlisted videos due to FOIP) why need to search for it. Also, in the assignment details when adding a video link, there is no previewer for it.
Agreed, currently you cannot modify which classes you've posted to unless you delete/restart the assignment.