Adding/Editing Classes

**Note:  If your school/district is uploading or syncing data from your Student Information System, some of these options may not be available to you.   Please consult your administrator with questions about your data management plan.**

For additional information on adding and editing classes, be sure to visit the Achieve3000 Hub.  After selecting your product and role, select the Getting Started tab.

Once logins have been created for your students, it is up to the program administrator or teachers to organize students into classes. The class organization determines which students’ data teachers are able to access. There are also several class settings that impact the student experience. We encourage you to work with your Achieve3000 program administrator and any other teachers using Achieve3000 as needed to set up your classes before your students begin using the system. 
  1. Log in to your Achieve3000 Teacher’s Edition. (Note: If you have access to multiple Achieve3000 programs, select a program after logging in.)
  2. Click Admin Settings under your name at the top of the screen.
  3. Expand the User Admin section.
  4. You will either see Launch Setup Wizard or a list of options. If you only see Launch Setup Wizard, click the link and follow these steps. If you see a list of options, click Add users to my class.
  5. If the class that you would like to set up appears on the list, select it and click Next. Otherwise click Create New Class.
  6. Type in or confirm the information that appears. All fields with asterisks are required.
    • Type in your Class Name, indicate the Content Area, Grade, Program, and Product.
    • You may select a set of scaffolds to be assigned to all students in the class by selecting an option under the Automatically assign new users to drop down. (Note that you may assign individual students to these additional scaffolds later.).
    • Select the box titled Default Class to set this class as the primary class for the students associated to it. If KidBiz3000/TeenBiz3000/Empower3000 is the only Achieve3000 program you are using, when students log in, it will be assumed that this is the class they are logging into unless they specify otherwise.
    • If you have assigned that language scaffolds to your class, you may change the Dual Language drop-down to English/Spanish if you have students in your class who are using both the English and Spanish program. This will require that your class is assigned the Language scaffolds.
    1. Click Next.
    2. Your class list appears.
      • To add teachers or students to your class, click Add.
      • To remove student(s) from your class, select the student(s) and click Remove.
      • If you are satisfied with your class list, click Next.
      • If you are adding teachers or students to your class, the system asks you to try locating the user with the Browse or Search utilities.
      • To use the Browse utility, simply select the student from the list on the left-hand side of the page. Then click Add to Class. By default, the All Recent Users tab is displayed. This tab shows users from this year and last year. For most schools, this is the preferred view since it allows teachers to browse new users as well as those who were loaded last year. If desired, click the Current Users Only tab to see only users who were loaded this year. This is an easy way to view a smaller list of students that does not include last year’s users.
      • To use the Search utility, type as much information as you can about the teacher or student. Then click Find User. The results appear at the bottom of the screen. (Note that the Search utility searches the entire universe of users, past and present.) Locate the student and click Add to Class.
      1. If you cannot locate your student, click Create New Users at the bottom of the screen. Enter the information about each new user. When you are done, click Save Changes and Close at the bottom of the screen.
      2. When you have finished adding users, click Return to Class List.
      3. Review your class list and click Next.
      4. Confirm that your class list is correct. Edit student names, IDs, passwords, and grade levels. If you have access to Achieve Intervention, Achieve Language, or Achieve Enrichment, you may indicate assignments to one of these in the designated column and select the language options in the Language column. (NOTE: If your class is a Dual Language class, all students who have been added will automatically be selected as Dual Language users.) When you are done, click Finish.
      5. Click the Print Class List to print a copy of your new list, if desired. If you would like to work with another class, click Set Up Another Class. Otherwise, click Close.
      6. To edit additional settings for this class, follow the instructions for Editing Class Information below.
      Editing Class Information

      While district administrators have the option of editing district and school profiles, and school administrators have the option of editing school and class profiles, teachers can only edit their individual class profiles.  Follow the steps below to edit your class profile.

      1. Log in to your Achieve3000 Teacher’s Edition.
      2. Click Admin Settings under your username at the top of the screen. (Note: Administrators may be prompted to select their district and school. Click Submit.)
      3. Expand the User Admin section. 
      4. To edit a class profile - click class in the Edit district, school, or class information option. If prompted, select a school and click Submit. If a list of classes appears, click the number in the Code column. 
      5. Expand Class Information and edit any of the available fields.  
      6. Next, expand Class Settings and review and edit any of the available fields.
      7. Reading Connections:  When checked, Reading Connection fields are active in the Article tab.
        • Disable Career Center: When checked, the Career Center is not available for students.
        • Enable PRE level: When checked, a special reading level is available for students whose Lexile level is below 150L.
        • Disable Avatar Selection: When checked, students cannot select an Avatar to display on their home page.
        • Enable Student Videos during school hours:  When checked, student videos will be available during the designated school hours.
        • Automatically Assign New users to:  Use the drop down provided to automatically assign new users to a specific set of scaffolds.
        • LevelSet Grade Level:  Use the drop down provided to select the starting point for the LevelSet pretest for the entire class.  For example, you will set this for the entire class if your class contains solely struggling readers or gifted students.
        • LevelSet Test Dates:  The date range indicated here determines when each administration of LevelSet will be available to your students.
      8. Expand the Class Courses section and review and edit any of the available fields.
        • Courses: Verify that the proper course has been selected for this class.  For U.S. users, these courses are state and grade level-aligned and determine the focus for the content that your students will see.  Check or uncheck courses as needed.  Click Submit at the bottom of the screen.
        • You can also apply assigned courses from another class to this class.  This is helpful if you have multiple classes that will use the same courses and a similar schedule.  Click the link provided and follow the on-screen instructions.
        • You can also view all courses assigned to all classes by clicking the link provided.

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