Assigning Products to Classes

Who can do this with default capabilities?

School Network Administrators, School Network Staff, School Administrators, School Staff

Follow these steps to assign Renaissance Place programs to one or more classes. A class must have at least one teacher assigned to it in order to have a product assigned to it. (You can also assign products to a class when you add or edit the class.)

If you are a school administrator or school staff member and you have access to more than one school, on the Home page, select your name and then select Change Role to choose the school that you want to work with before following these steps.

  1. On the Home page, click Courses and Classes.
  2. If you are a school network administrator or staff person, use the School drop-down list to choose your school, if necessary.
  3. On the Courses and Classes page, find the course that needs products assigned to classes. Click Assign Products in the row for that course.
  4. On the Assign Products page, there is a list of products that can be assigned to the classes for the chosen course, followed by a list of those classes. If the list of classes is long, it may be broken across multiple pages: click Next >> and << Previous to move back and forth through the list.
  5. Tick the box next to each product that you want to assign to a class.

  6. Tick the box next to each class you want the product assigned to, or tick the Class box at the top of the list to choose all the classes at once.
  7. Click Assign. All the products that you selected will be assigned to all the classes you selected.
  8. You can also remove products from multiple classes by making your selections as described in steps 5-6 and then clicking Un-assign.
  9. Products can also be un-assigned from a class one at a time by clicking Un-assign Product at the end of the row. Only the product appearing in the "Products Assigned" column will be un-assigned (the products appear one at a time in alphabetical order).

  10. Click Done when you are finished assigning and/or un-assigning products.