All QuaverSEL student resources and tools are accessed on an easy-to-use Student Dashboard. This documentation will give you an overview of the resources and tools available on that Dashboard.
Students should already have a Quaver username and password, and be able to access their Student Dashboard at QuaverEd.com. If you need student account setup help, login instructions, or help to access the dashboard, please reach out to our team at Info@QuaverEd.com.
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Once students are logged into their account, they will arrive at their Student Dashboard.
At the very top of the screen, students will notice their QuaverName under “Welcome!” and the Class that they are currently in.
At the very bottom of the Student Dashboard, students will find two buttons: TAKE A QUIZ and ENTER A CODE.
When a teacher is logged in to their Quaver account and have opened an Assessment, they have the option to turn on Teacher Guided Mode, which makes that Assessment “go live” for all students enrolled in a Class of the teacher’s choosing. Typically, a teacher would have the Assessment running on their classroom device/interactive whiteboard, and students are in the classroom on their individual devices. Only when the teacher toggles this ON will assessments appear for students who click the Take a Quiz button.
Clicking ENTER A CODE is where students can enter any codes given to them by their teacher. This is where students enter a new Class Code to enter them in a new Class.
Under Assignments, students will find any assignments or assessments sent from a student’s teacher. Any assignments that are incomplete are red. Any assignments that a student’s teacher has already graded are green. And any of a student’s assignments that they have already submitted but haven’t yet been graded are yellow.
Click an assignment and click the green LAUNCH button to open and complete it.
If students are enrolled in multiple classes within Quaver, they will be prompted to select the class they wish to view the assignments before going into the assignments menu.
Explore a full menu of engaging web-based activities that students may recognize from our lessons.
Student Interactives allow students to access songs, stories, and activities to help develop social emotional skills.