If you're anything like me, you have a love-hate relationship with technology. I LOVE that it can make my life easier, but sometimes the learning curve when starting out with a new program or device can be a turn-off. One of the best finds I've made since purchasing my iPad is iDoceo. I am in no way affiliated with the company that created it, nor am I being compensated in any way for these posts, I'm just interested in helping other teachers make their job a tiny bit easier.
You can find all the posts in this series here:
Part One: Setting Up Classes
Part Two: Entering Students
Part Three: Setting Up Your Schedule
Part Four: Setting Up The Calendar
Part Five: Setting Your Day Cycle
Part Six: Managing Student Data
Select the "Classes" tab at the top and click "Add" to create your classes. When I first started working with iDoceo 3 this was where I encountered my difficulties. When I think of "My Class" I think of the group of students I'm working with, rather than the subjects I'm teaching. You should be creating classes for each of your subject areas.
If you teach one subject to multiple classes, be sure to create a separate "Class" for each of them! You can also create folders under the "Add" tab, making it easier to manage multiple groups of students.
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