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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Why aren't we getting our notification emails?

If you expect to get notification emails from your Edclick product but you're not getting them, it is probably due to one of two causes.

  • Discipline Manager: Since lots of discipline referrals can result in lots of notification emails, some schools opt to have them turned off. If yours are turned off and you would like them on, let us know at support@edclick.com.
      
  • All other Edclick applications: Most likely, your notification emails are being blocked by a spam filter in your mailer or in your network. The solution is to put your Edclick address into your "whitelist" of addresses to never send to spam.
    • All your notification emails will come from the same address. It is in the form website@<myEdclickAddress>. Examples are website@www.sscisd.net and website@ccisd.edclick.com. These are the addresses to put on the whitelist.
       
    • To determine if your mailer or network is filtering the messages: Try testing with an address that is outside your school such as Google or Yahoo mail.  If the notification email goes to the outside address but not to your school address, it is likely a spam filtering problem.
       
    • If this all sounds like tech nonsense and you just want your notification emails, contact us at support@edclick.com and we'll help you solve the problem.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager, FAQ: School Site Manager, FAQ: Lesson Plan Manager

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Are there students we can use for testing purposes? Who are Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer?

Yes. You will find two students for practice and testing purposes among your student list, Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer.

Huck and Tom are special. Even if you happen to have living, breathing Huck Finns and Tom Sawyers among your student body, these two are different. For one thing, their middle names are TestStudent.

You can treat Huck and Tom just like any other student. The biggest difference with these two is they will not show up in your reports!

You will see Huck and Tom in student lists, detention rolls and so on, just like any other student, but their hijinks will not be aggregated into reports, data submitted to the state and so on.

So, practice all you want on Huck and Tom. You can even delete them, although they will likely magically reappear in the future.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager

 

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Can Edclick bulk load photos?

Yes. Do you want to upload photos of all your faculty and staff? What about photos of all your students?

We can help! Contact us at support@edclick.com and let us know what you want to do. We will help get it done.

For example, Discipline Manager, Testing Manager and Intervention Manager customers often want to have photos of all their students loaded onto the system. Send us a disk of images indexed by student ID and we can probably take care of that for you.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager, FAQ: School Site Manager

 

Thursday, August 1, 2013

New School Year Tips

Here are some tips for starting the new school year right with Edclick products. Since our products are integrated, if you enter an item for one product (e.g., the No School Days for Lesson Plan Manager),  it carries over to the other products that use the same information (e.g., No School Days for Discipline Manager).

If you need help, please let us know at support@edclick.com.

Lesson Plan Manager

  • Enter no school days
  • Enter end of grading period dates
  • Ask support@edclick.com to initialize all lesson plan sets for the new year
  • Remember the online manual and tutorial movies. If you need more help, let us know.
  • Has the contact person changed?

School Site Manager

  • Would you like us to delete all student, parent and other accounts but keep staff accounts? 
  • Would you like us to reset passwords? Let us know at support@edclick.com.
  • There is a smartphone-optimized version of your website at http://<your-domain-name>/m. If you're interested in one customized to your school colors, logo, etc., contact sales@edclick.com
  • Remember the online manual and tutorial movies. If you need more help, let us know.
  • Try out the Try one of these tasks on the Admin page as an introduction to refresher.
  • Has the contact person changed? If so, please let us know at support@edclick.com.
  • Do the Lesson Plan Manager tasks if you have it embedded in School Site Manager

Discipline Manager

  • You can auto-graduate students on your Configure Discipline Manager page. This increments the grade of each student by one and archives the students in the highest grade. This can be handy if there is a delay before your new student list is available. Note: only do this once.
  • Enter no school days
  • Enter end of grading period dates
  • Send your new student list to Edclick for import. Find out about our automatic student data import feature.
  • Remember the online manual and tutorial movies. If you need more help, let us know.
  • Try out the Try one of these tasks on the Admin page as an introduction to refresher.
  • There is a smartphone-optimized version of Discipline Manager at http://<your-domain-name>/m.
  • Has the contact person changed?

Testing Manager

  • Send your new student list to Edclick for import. Find out about our automatic student data import feature.
  • Enter your key testing dates
  • Has the contact person changed?

Intervention Manager

  • You can auto-graduate students on your Configure Intervention Manager page. This increments the grade of each student by one and archives the students in the highest grade. This can be handy if there is a delay before your new student list is available. Note: only do this once.
  • Send your new student list to Edclick for import. Find out about our automatic student data import feature.
  • Try out the Try one of these tasks on the Admin page as an introduction to refresher.
  • Has the contact person changed?

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager, FAQ: School Site Manager, FAQ: Lesson Plan Manager

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Can we create example discipline referrals, intervention plans or testing accommodations for fictitious students?

Yes. We have some test students that you can use for example referrals and for practice in learning how to use the system.

The data about test students will not appear in reporting so won't skew your statistics.

Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer are two test students. And even if you have actual students who have those names, the system can tell the difference.

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Keywords: FAQ: Discipline Manager, tips, FAQ: Intervention Manager, FAQ: Testing Manager

 

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Does Testing Manager have a way of keeping track of which teachers have signed their oaths of compliance?

Yes. Many states are like Texas in that they require that teachers sign an oath that they will keep starndardized test booklets secure. Every teacher needs to sign an oath and signed oaths must be kept on file for several years. Necessary, perhaps, but it is another paperwork bother for testing coordinators to deal with.

Testing Manager makes managing oaths much easier. Testing Manager 

  • Automatically keeps track of whom the oaths were requested,
  • Which teachers have signed their oaths,
  • Which teachers have not signed their oaths and
  • Maintains an online archive of signed oaths without taking up file cabinet space.

It's all done electronically but has the same legal status as a signed piece of paper.

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Keywords: FAQ: Testing Manager, tips

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