Teacher Support: How Do Students Enroll?
Students can enroll in a Foundations Digital class by either self-enrolling or being manually enrolled by their teacher.
- Before students can be enrolled you must first Create a Course and Add a Class to your dashboard. Students access the course material by being enrolled in a specific class (first period, second period, etc.). Each class will have a unique class code. So you make sure you have a class listed under the course before trying to enroll your students.
OPTION 1: Student Self-Enrollment
Students self-enroll in a Foundations Digital class by going to www.foundationsdigital.com clicking: Don't Have an Account > Students, Create An Account. Or go directly to the Create Account page by clicking here: https://www.foundationsdigital.com/app/#/signup.
Students will fill in the required fields: first/last name, email, password and voucher/class code provided by you for their specific class. (Each class you create from your teacher dashboard will have a unique class code.)
- Option 1 is a good choice if the class is larger (so you don't have to create 50 student accounts manually) or if you want to give your students more responsibility in setting up their own accounts, establishing their own password, etc.
OPTION 2: Manual Enrollment By Teacher
Teachers can manually enroll a student by selecting Students on the dashboard for the course. (First make sure you have added a class to the course.)
On the Students page first select the class from the drop down list on the right (if you have more than one) that you want to enroll the student into. Next click the Enroll Student button and enter the student's email address. The system will verify if there is already a student account associated with that email address and enroll the student in your class. If not, you will be prompted to create the account by completing the required fields.
- Option 2 is a good choice is you want more control over the student accounts, if you won't have time in class to allow them to all set up their own accounts, want to make sure they all use their correct school email address, etc.