If your account does not have any groups or students associated with it yet, you will see the page below when you log in to the application. You can create groups and student accounts separately in our Webtool. For instructions on how to create groups and students, please see the quick start guide for teachers here.
When your user account is associated with groups that have students in them, logging in to the learning application will open a different start view depending on whether your account is associated with one group or several groups. If your account is associated with several groups, you will be directed to selecting the group before you can select the student who will have their turn to do the daily exercise. If your account is associated with only one group, you will be directed to selecting the student.
Selecting the Group
On the "Choose group" page, you can see all the groups associated with your account. If the group you are looking for is missing from the menu, please make sure your account is associated with the group correctly (instructions for adding teachers to groups can be found here). If your account is associated with more than four groups, you may need to scroll through the group list to find the right group - you can do this by swiping left/right on the screen or clicking the small arrow on the side of the screen.
Select the group you want to access by tapping on the group icon above the group name.
Selecting the Student
On the "Choose player" page, you can see all the students associated with the group. If the menu is empty, you will need to add students to the group (instructions on how to add students to a group can be found here). If your group has more than eight students, you may need to scroll through the student list to find the right student - you can do this by swiping left/right on the screen or clicking the small arrow on the side of the screen.
Select the student by tapping on the students profile picture.
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