Table of contents
- Snowflake (web)
- Create teacher account
- Sign In, Forgot Password and Account Creation
- Liked lessons
- Shared lessons
- User pages
- Creating a new lesson
- Select lesson type
- Edit content
- Lesson information
- Hamburger Menu
- Customize content
- General settings
- Play the lesson
- Download the lesson
- Deleting the created lessons
- Create polls
- Sending tests and practice assignments
- Take up the assignments and assessments
- Uploading to the Lessons Community
- Manage student(s)
- Profile page
- Video tutorials
- How school IT admins can setup teacher accounts for Lessons Online
- Sign in & access the teacher dashboard
- How to manage student accounts
- Lessons Online on your homescreen
- Teacher's dashboard in depth
- How to create classes and add students
- How to manage lesson lists
- How to access and save lessons from the Lessons Community
- How to Review Student Progress
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Send your feedback
With Snowflake(web) teachers can manage students, create, access and send their own curriculum specific touch screen lessons with custom content for the classroom over the internet. The teacher can send practice assignments and assessments. The teacher can review the progress of the entire class and then analyse the work done by each student on each assessment.
As a teacher, you can use your own content with several different lesson types. Your lessons are automatically saved, so you can come back to them anytime. You can even upload them to the community and send them to someone else. To learn how and know more, please read this guide.
Students can access the lessons sent out to them by teachers, work on them and create lessons for themselves to play with.
A link to this help page can always be found in the footer of Snowflake(web)
Create teacher account
The teacher accounts are sub-login accounts and these accounts can use the licences in the admin account but cannot administer them.
To provide a teacher access to Snowflake(web), an admin must have Snowflake licenses in the Nuiteq account
As an admin with Snowflake licences you can create teacher accounts by adding the teachers email one after another in the sub-login section of profile page in your account.
As an IT admin you can also add multiple teacher accounts / sub-logins quickly by uploading a CSV file, which contains the email addresses of the teachers you want to give access to Snowflake(web). Institution IT administrators can add two teacher accounts / sub-login per license slot.
After you successfully have added the teacher accounts / sub-logins, you can see them under the sub-logins section. You can add two sub logins per license slot.
On creating a sub-login for a teacher, the teacher gets an email with the credentials to login to Snowflake
Sign In, Forgot Password and Account Creation
If you received an email with the credentials go to https://snow.live/ and click on the "SIGN IN" button on the topbar
If you do not have an account yet please contact the IT administrator of your school.
If you have a NUITEQ account, type in your credentials and click the "SIGN IN" button to begin enjoying Snowflake.
In case you have forgotten your password, click the "Forgot my password" text and proceed with the instructions to reset the password associated with the account.
Ask your teacher for access to Snowflake(web). When your teacher creates your account/adds you to a class you will get an e-mail with your login credentials.
Sign in with Google
If you want to log in using a Gmail id that is the same as your Snowflake id, you can use the 'Sign in with Google' option. Choose the Gmail id in the popup and you will now be logged into Snowflake(web) with that account.
If you are a teacher, you'll see the above screen on login. If you are a new user you won't see any lessons in the lessons grid that is below the search bar. The lessons grid will show lessons based on the option chosen from the menu 'MY LESSONS'. The lessons grid can display all the lessons dealt by you and the lessons downloaded from the community.
You can now easily navigate within snow.live using the breadcrumb navigation that is found on the top section of the page
As a teacher you are able to create polls. Clicking on the menu "MY LESSONS > POLLS" let you browse your previously created polls.
It is also possible to search polls by name. To do so enter the keyword on the field located right below the navigation menu and then hit "ENTER".
The filters next to the search box lets you streamline your search and display lessons of the chosen category i.e. ages, lesson types, subjects and countries.x'
If you place the cursor above your profile picture in the navbar (top-right corner) a dropdown will appear greeting you as a teacher and will also allow you to access the profile page, send feedback, change UI language or sign out.
You can change the language from the top navigation bar. Hover over the profile picture and click on the current language to open the modal as below.
Select the language from the modal and click "Change language" to change the language.
You can also search lesson's by standards selecting the option "Search by standards" on the dropdown (see images below). Use the Standards, Grades and Subjects filters to streamline your search.
If you have switched to another page and want to get back to this one, just click on the Lessons icon in the top left of the page you currently are in. You can also press the "MY LESSONS" link in the navigation bar.
* Before starting with NUITEQ Snowflake, you need an active Snowflake license or you can start a free trial clicking here.
* To access a previously created lesson, click on "MY LESSONS" menu and choose the option "LESSONS" or click on NUITEQ Snowflake logo on the top-left corner of the screen. There you will be able to see all your lessons.
* If a lesson type you are seeking is not listed, you can navigate to the explore page by
clicking on the "EXPLORE" options in the navbar. You can learn more about the Explore section by clicking here
As a student, the home page gives you access to the lessons sent to you by teachers. The lists sent to you by teachers will also be displayed in this section. The number of your unfinished assignments are displayed just below the welcome message.
You can play the lesson or the lessons in the list by tapping on the play icon over the respective thumbnails. The playing of the lessons in a list is detailed here
The student home page also lets the students create their own custom lessons to play with.
The lessons grid can show either your saved lessons or the lessons created by you. The lessons grid can show the lessons dealt by you or the lessons downloaded from the community.
By hovering over the profile image a dropdown menu will appear greeting you as a student and with options to view profile, change language and sign out.
You can change the language of the site by hovering over the profile image and clicking on the current language of the site. This will open the language selection modal where you click on the language of your choice and click "Change Language" to change to the language of your choice.
Browse curriculum aligned content made by teachers for teachers.
Use the "SIGN UP" button on the top right to register a new NUITEQ organisation master account.
This page also let you search lessons on the community or by standards.
To search community lessons, use the top bar (image above), type the keyword you wish to search and hit ENTER. You can narrow down your search by selecting an option for Age, Lesson Type, Subject and Country.
To search lessons by standards click on the menu beside the "search lessons" field and select "Search by Standards". Then type the keyword you wish to search and hit ENTER. It is also possible to filter results by Standard, Grade or Subject.
It is possible to play a lesson directly from the explore page. When you click a lesson, a window with lesson data will be shown along with a "Play" button. Tap the button and play the lesson. If you're not logged in, you will be asked to enter your credentials then the lesson will be played.
Share lesson on social media
On the lesson information modal click on the social(twitter, pinterest, facebook) share buttons to share lessons on social media.
Liking, Playing and other options
The community lesson can be liked by pressing on the heart symbol. You can also see the number of downloads of a lesson on the lesson card. You can play the lesson by clicking on the play button.
Clicking on the three dots on the explore page lesson to open up a drop up menu as shown above. The drop up menu has option to get lesson info, send to student(s), download the lesson and report the lesson.
- Lesson Information: Opens a dialog with lesson information, including description, category, age group and state specific standards.
- Send to student(s): Prepare the lesson to be sent to your students as practice or assessment. Please check this section for more information.
- Download: Downloads the lesson.
- Report: Opens up a dialog to flag the lesson for containing copyrighted/inappropriate/offensive/misleading content or unsafe for children.
Subscribing to NUITEQ newsletter
You can now sing up to the NUITEQ newsletter on the explore page. Click on the link on the newsletter card(with the arctic fox) to open the newsletter modal where you can enter your email.
On successful sign up the below modal will show up.
To view all the lessons liked by you hover over "MY LESSON" option and click on the "LIKED LESSONS" option
To view all lessons you have shared (sent to the community), hover the "MY LESSONS" menu then click on the option "SHARED LESSONS.
Deleting a shared lesson
If you want to delete a shared lesson, click on the kebab menu (three vertical dots) and select the DELETE option. (See image below).
A confirmation dialog will pop up, to proceed just click on DELETE.
After deleting a lesson, it will no longer be available in the community but will not affect anyone who already had downloaded the lesson. It also won't remove the original lesson located under "MY LESSONS".
All the notifications related to community will show up on the notifications page
You can see all your notifications by hovering on the notification bell on the header and then clicking on "see all notification" on the modal. The modal shows the latest three notifications
To view the user page click on the username in notification or lesson info modal. User page includes some basic information about the user and list of lessons created by the user.
To go to the groups page, hover on the "My Lessons" link in header and select "GROUPS" from the dropdown. You can see all your groups on the MY GROUPS page.
To create a new group click on the "CREATE NEW GROUP" button.
Enter the group name and the description along with an image for the group and press the "CREATE" button.
On group creation you can manage your group by using the LEAVE and EDIT buttons. Use the "MEMBERS" and "LESSONS" tabs to toggle between showing members of the group and the lessons added to the group.
On pressing the "EDIT BUTTON" the page as below opens up. You can edit the name of the group, description, add members to the group, manage members of the group, manage lessons added to the group and delete the group.
You can leave a group by pressing the "LEAVE" button. On pressing the leave button, the modal as below shows up where you can cancel or go ahead with the process of leaving the group
The "SHOW MORE" button opens the group info on a modal.
Creating a new lesson
If you are a teacher and wish to create a new lesson, you will have to hover on the "CREATE" button on the navigation bar and select "LESSON" from the dropdown menu.
Students may also create lessons. To do so, just hit the "CREATE AND PLAY" button on the homepage.
This action will take you to a page that lets you choose the type of lesson that you wish to create. Lesson type allows you to create different types of lessons with your custom content.
Select lesson type
To select a lesson type, click on the "USE THIS LESSON TYPE" button under the desired lesson type. Choose the lesson type based on the kind of lesson you wish to create.
This selection will direct you to the create/manage content page that lets you create a lesson with custom content. The screen below shows the create/manage content page of the Geometry Lesson type.
The edit content window is divided into two main areas.
The left side (top in mobile view) is the CONTENT CREATION window where you edit the content of the current lesson and customize special settings for the current lesson type.
The right side (scroll down in mobile view) is the PREVIEW PANE which contains general settings for the current lesson type and a preview that shows the changes you've made so far.
The PLAY button will let you play the lesson in full-screen.
The CONTENT CREATION page lets you create lessons with the name of your choice. You can use the text field on top of the page to name a lesson. If the chosen lesson already has a name you can rename it here.
The CONTENT CREATION tab lets you edit the content of the lesson. Pressing the CREATE CONTENT button will create a new object while pressing the CREATE GROUP button will create a new group. The exact text on the button might be different, depending on which lesson type you are using.
Groups and objects appear in the list below and objects can be sorted by moving them around. To move an object, simply drag it. To insert an object into a group, just drag and drop the object over the group.
To remove a group or an object, press the button to the left of the text field. To add text, select the text field and type using either the virtual keyboard or a physical one.
Objects can also have media content added to them, depending on the lesson type. To add a background or a sound to an object, press the corresponding button on the object.
Clicking the "BACKGROUND" button opens a drop down with five buttons; "BROWSE", "IMAGE SEARCH", "GOOGLE DRIVE", "ONEDRIVE" and "CONTENT GALLERY".
The "BROWSE" button lets you choose a background from the files stored on your computer. If you want to search for an image on the web that you think is more appropriate for the current lesson, you can do that by clicking the "IMAGE SEARCH" button. This will open a search box where you can input a word to search for. Hit enter after you are done typing and the search results will be displayed below.
Tapping the "GOOGLE DRIVE" button for the first time will take you to the google integration page. Once the Google Integration is done, google drive directory shows up in a modal from which you can select the files needed to add to the lesson.
"ONEDRIVE" works pretty much the same as "GOOGLE DRIVE". After tapping the button you will be taken to the OneDrive integration page where you need to authenticate your OneDrive account. Once that is done you will be redirected back to Snowflake(web) where you can go back and select OneDrive again. This opens up your OneDrive folder in a modal window.
"CONTENT GALLERY" let you browse a selection of content to be used on the lesson. Tap this option to open a window similar to Google Drive and OneDrive. To use an item just tap and it will be bound to the object you are editing.
Once a background is chosen, the object will look like the image above.
You can choose how backgrounds will be displayed on objects. There are five options to choose from.
Fill: will enlarge the background to fill the object completely, which may result in parts of the background being cut off.
Stretch: will stretch the background and fit it on the object but may distort it.
Center: will center the background on the object. Smaller images will show up in the middle with a border whereas larger images will display only the center part leaving the rest out of view.
Fit: will enlarge or shrink the background according to the size of the object to get a proper fit. The resizing is done with proper related perspective and the background may get horizontal or vertical borders.
Tile: is best used with small images and will place the image side by side in a repeating pattern.
To add sound as content, click the "SOUND" button and choose a sound file from your computer.
You can also record a sound by clicking on the button with the microphone icon on it.
If permission to use the microphone has not been granted earlier, you will see a message on your browser window for the same. Once this is done, you can record a sound using options on the dialog that shows up.
The Lesson information tab lets you edit information about the lesson which can be accessed from the hamburger menu in the top left corner, when playing the lesson. An example on how it looks like can be found in the Description dialog section.
Provide a description of the lesson to give more details of the content or added complementary information.
Add a YouTube video that can be set to play at the start of your lesson, as an introduction or a simple kickstart to the lesson. You can use the "search" button to search the youtube videos and then pick a video from the pop up. The youtube video will now start by default, toggle the button to "NO" to not show the youtube video at the start.
Start and end times can be set to be able to pick the relevant content from the video.
The video can be set to automatically play at the start of a lesson, for example as an instruction, or if it is particularly important for the content.
Add links (URLS and titles) to external resources related to your lesson to help getting a more complete learning experience.
Add keywords to a lesson, so it can be more easily found on the Lessons Community after being uploaded. For example related to specific state standards.
To add state specific standards, click on the "ADD STANDARDS" button on the bottom left corner. Clicking on the button will open the dialog below.
Browse mode is the initial state. In this view you can find a standard by selecting a region, a subject and a grade in order.
Search mode lets you filter the categories independently of each other and there is also a text search.
Pressing the button in the bottom left of the standards browser will toggle it between browse mode and search mode.
The results are shown below. You can select one by clicking on it. If a result has more than 2 rows of text the rest will be hidden but can be expanded to show everything by clicking the small arrow on the right.
Selected standards end up in a separate list in the top of the view. You can remove a selected standard by pressing the x on the right side of it.
Once you are done selecting standards, click the "SAVE" button in the bottom right to go back to the upload dialog. If you want to go back without selecting any standards, click the "CANCEL" button instead.
Use the hamburger menu button on the top left corner to navigate through Snowflake(web).
As a teacher you can change the lesson type of the current lesson, save the lesson to the community or send the lesson to students.
You can navigate to the page with lessons already created by pressing on the "My lessons" option in the menu. If you would like to immediately start creating a new lesson you can press the "Create new lesson" button. You can look up the help docs from this menu as well.
As a student you can change the lesson type of the lesson and save the lesson to the community.
You can also navigate to the page with already created lessons, go to create a new lesson or look up the documentation.
Some lesson types have additional settings that you can edit in the CUSTOMIZE CONTENT tab. Please look at the lesson types pages for the appropriate lesson type to learn more about them.
The preview pane shows all the changes you have made to the lesson.
These settings change the look of the currently selected lesson type. The first three settings are all drop down menus. Font, Color, and Size are used to change the style, color, and size of the text.
The check box activates shadow under the letters of any text in the lesson type. This can be useful if the color of the background is close to the text color.
One in five students, or 15-20% of the population, has a language based learning disability. To address this we have added the Dyslexic font to increase readability for persons with dyslexia.
To choose this font, click on the font dropdown and select "Dyslexic".
The Theme drop down allows you to select a theme for the current lesson type. A theme changes the background and various other small things, such as line colors. The themes are sorted in alphabetical order but with animated themes first.
The second option, Background, allows you to override the theme background and instead choose one yourself. Pressing the button opens up a drop down to choose between "BROWSE", "IMAGE SEARCH", "GOOGLE DRIVE" and "ONEDRIVE". The "BROWSE" option lets you pick a file from your computer and the "IMAGE SEARCH" option opens a file browser with the Internet search feature. The "GOOGLE DRIVE" and "ONEDRIVE" options let's you integrate Snowflake(web) with each service in order to browse content. See the background browsing section under Edit content for more information.
The third option let you choose how the background image will fit. There are five available options: Fill, Stretch, Center, Fit and Tile.
These settings appear depending on the lesson type. The Rules drop down will appear if the lesson type supports different rule sets, such as placing objects in the order they were added or placing them in a random order.
The check box is used to activate a timer that will appear in the play mode. The timer counts down to zero and starts on the time that has been entered into the minutes and seconds fields.
Play the lesson
On the "MY LESSONS" page, first find the lesson you want to play. You can search for a lesson using the search field above the lessons. Use the filters to the right of it to streamline your search. Once you've found the lesson, click on the play button on the lesson thumbnail to play it. This will open up the lesson in full-screen mode.
Hamburger Menu during play
The hamburger menu can be accessed at the top left corner to navigate through Snowflake(web).
The Show/Hide answers button is used in some lesson types to reveal the correct answers, or hiding them again.
The Show/Hide guide button used in some lesson types will make objects show or hide markers for correct or incorrect when they are placed.
The Description button opens up a small window displaying information about the lesson including the YouTube video that can be set.
Edit takes you back to the editing page.
My lessons takes you back to the home page with your lessons.
Community lessons takes you back to the home page with community lessons.
Create new lesson lets you create a new lesson directly.
Help brings you to the help documentation about the current lesson type.
After playing some lesson types, suggestions for popular community lessons of the same subject will appear on the screen. You can then click the play button on any of them to download and play that lesson.
Here is an example of the dialog opened by the description button in the hamburger menu.
You can also open the description dialog by clicking the green info button next to the lesson name.
Download the lesson
To Download a lesson click on the kebab menu. On clicking the kebab menu, a dropup opens up.
Click the "Download Lesson" button from the dropup to download the lesson as a lsns file.
Deleting the created lessons
If you wish to delete a previously created lesson, go to the "MY LESSONS" page. Click on the kebab case to open the dropup shown below.
On the dropup, tap on the "Delete lesson" button.
A pop up as above appears. You can choose to move ahead with deleting the lesson or abort the process by tapping the "CANCEL" button.
As a teacher you can create polls by hovering over the "CREATE" button and clicking on the "POLL" on the dropdown. A poll can be used at the end of a lesson or an instruction to measure if the students retained the presented information or to revise lessons in a fun engaging way.
Poll can be accessed from student devices such as tablets, Chromebooks, smart phones and laptops. The students can use the poll ID on https://ansr.it to attempt the polls. No account is required to answer questions. Poll can be used in tandem with for example Zones in NUITEQ Snowflake.
You can create a poll with the name of your choice. The font for the poll can be chosen by clicking on the font dropdown. You can also choose to display the question on connected devices.
To add a custom background to the poll, you can use the Browse button. This background will be set for the entire poll. You can also set custom background to individual questions as well using the "Browse" button.
To add questions to a poll click on the "Add a question" button on the sidebar. On click of the button a view as below shows up in the sidebar.
You can set time limit for each individual question from the time limit dropdown menu. A question can be set to have no time limit as well.
You can add custom backgrounds to each individual question. Click on the browse button to select a background
Each question in a poll can either be a yes/no or multiple choice question. This can be set by the dropdown below the time limit dropdown. The number of answer choices a question can have is based on this.
A yes/no question can have two answers and a multiple choices question can have up to five answers.
Enter the question text in the input field provided.
To add answers to a question click on the "Add an answer" button. Enter the answer and choose the right answer to the question by clicking on the button to the left of the input field of the answer. You can also delete the answer by clicking on the right red button to the right of the input field.
The number of answers that can be added to a particular question is dependent on the type of the question. A yes/no question can have 2 answers whereas a multiple choice question can have 5 answers.
On editing a question click on the "Done" button at the top of the sidebar.
Start a poll
To start a poll click on the "Start" button on the sidebar after adding a question. On Starting a four digit poll ID appears on the banner on the preview area of the poll.
The four digit poll ID can be passed to students to attempt the poll. You can keep track of the number of students that have joined the poll by tracking the count on the center of the preview screen when the questions are yet to be played.
While playing the poll the number of participants in the poll are shown on the top right corner.
Once the poll has been started click on the "NEXT" button to get started with the questions. The question should appear on the preview area when the "NEXT" button is pressed.
You can begin the question that is show the answer choices to students by clicking the "BEGIN" button.
If a question has a time limit the overall result of the poll is shown once the question has been attempted.
As a student you can play the poll by entering the four digit poll ID on the input field on https://ansr.it.
On entering the poll ID you can see the number participants on the poll at the center of the screen.
As the teacher starts to play the poll questions you will see the answer choices to the question on the screen. If question in the poll have time limit then you will also see the timer counting down from the time limit on the question.
On click on the answer you will see the status of your answer.
If the answer chosen was wrong you will also get to know the correct answer.
You can delete a poll by clicking on the 'trash can' icon on the poll under the "My Lessons > Polls" section of the navigation bar.
For text based poll questions, if the submitted text contains an inappropriate word, a message will be shown suggesting the user to remove it before the response can be sent.
Suggest bad words
You can suggest words to be blocked from being entered as free text answers using the "Suggest bad words" option. Clicking on the option, opens the modal below.
Enter the words that you want to blocked on the modal. Separate the words by comma if you have multiple bad words. If you want to be notified when the word gets added to the forbidden words list, enter your email on the input field.
On entering the details, a confirmation modal as below shows up.
You can export a poll result (as a CSV) file using the 'Export CSV' option on the hamburger menu.
You can choose the poll to use a font of your choice from a given selection by selecting the same on the fonts dropdown menu.
Sending tests and practice assignments
As a teacher, you can send lessons on the lessons grid to students belonging to a class. Click on the kebab case to open up the dropup.
To send a lesson, click on the Send to student(s) text under the particular lesson on the dropup.
If you have no class set up yet, follow the instructions to create a class and manage students.
Select the class and the student(s) to send the lesson.
The lesson can be chosen to be a graded one or non graded one by checking the button on the lesson thumb. A check means it is a graded lesson. Click on the name of the class to send the lesson.
Once you have selected a class, you can choose which students in that class to send the lesson to. You can do this by checking or unchecking the box to the left of the student email.
The "SELECT ALL" button lets you select all the students in the class at once. To deselect all students at once tap on "Uncheck all".
Once you have added the desired students to the class, set the due date and send the lesson.
If you wish to add a student to the class, press the "Add a new student" button which takes you to the manage students page with the current class selected.
Send a test
To send a test to a student check the box just below the lesson that you wish to send. The lesson sent as a test can be graded, reviewed.
Send an assignment
To send a lesson as a practice assignments, do not check the graded lesson check mark below the lesson thumbnail.
As a teacher, you can set the due date on the assignment you are about to send. Select the textbox by clicking on it to open the date picker. Then pick a date by clicking on it.
Click the "SEND OUT THE ASSIGNMENT" button to send the lesson.
Take up the assignments and assessments
As a student, the "MY ASSIGNMENTS" page shows all the assignments that are sent to you irrespective of you having played with it or not. The assignments page will also have the list of lessons sent to you by the teacher.
The presence of "assessment" tag on each lesson thumbnail differentiates them between a assessment and assignment.
The lesson can be can be assignments or assessment based on the way the teacher wants it to taken up by the student. Assessment markers indicate that the lessons will be reviewed.
The presence of "assessment" tag on each lesson thumbnail differentiates them between a assessment and assignment.
The assignments sent out to students are meant to better them and keep them prepared to take up the assessments. The assignments will not be reviewed. The assignments can be self evaluated by the student on each step.
While on the play mode of an assessment the student can only answer a question. The feature to evaluate the answering process is disabled while a student attempts an assessment.
Submit an assessment
On completion of an assessment by a student the "Submit" button shows up.
On tapping the submit button a modal describing the student progress i.e the number of right answers out of the total correct answers and percentage of correctness is displayed on the modal.
Upon student submitting an assessment the teacher will be able to review the student progress on the particular lesson and make an relative assessment of the student with respect to the overall class.
Uploading to the Lessons Community
You can upload lessons created with Snowflake(web) to the community. Click on the "Save to community" text under each lesson item in the "MY LESSONS" page.
If you are using Snowflake for the first time you will need to log in to upload lessons. Log in with your Snowflake email and password. Lessons cannot be uploaded without an existing account. If you don't have an account, create an account here. Directions for registration can be found on the site.
You can upload a lesson to the community by clicking the "Save to community" text on the dropup for each lesson. The dialog below opens up.
In this dialog you can set if the lesson is public or private. The lesson information (such as age group, category, education standards) are retrieved automatically. To know more about the lesson information, click here.
To make the lesson private click on the option "Keep this lesson private. Only visible to me.".
To upload, just hit the "UPLOAD" button.
A teacher can manage the class and students by hovering over "CLASS" button on the navigation bar and then selecting the "MANAGE STUDENTS" option from the dropdown.
As a teacher you will need to agree to the fact that you have read COPPA regulation before you manage students on Snowflake(web). This means that you as a teachers are verifying that all of the parents/guardians of the students have signed the school district's form for granting permission for their child's data to be collected by NUITEQ®
Check the checkbox in the above image to enable the "Agree" button
Tap the "Agree" button to register your compliance with COPPA.
The manage students page lets teachers manage students by adding them to classes.
If there are no classes or if as a teacher you want to create a new class, you can do so by clicking the "ADD A NEW CLASS" button. Alternatively you can add classes from your Google Classroom account. The steps to import courses from Google Classroom are explained here.
On clicking "Add a new class" the following page opens up.
Edit the name of the class to get a class of custom name.
To change the name of the class select the text box and edit it.
If you want to delete the class, click the button to the right of the text box.
A pop-up appears where you can confirm the removal of the class or reject it.
If you wish to add a student to the class, search for his name in the search box. If you can't find the correct student among the search results, you can invite a new student by typing in the students e-mail and clicking the "Add" button next to the search box.
If you want to add a new student to the class that does not have an email address, enter the student's name in the textbox and click on the "Add" button. After that click on the checkbox next to "Student has no e-mail". A pop up box contains the students user name and password.
You can even add a new student to send the lesson to by clicking the "ADD A NEW STUDENT" button. This takes you to the "Manage students" page with the class selected.
"If you wish to remove a student from the class, tap on the trash icon to the left of the student's name.
A pop-up appears where you can confirm the removal of the student or reject it.
Import courses(classes, students) from Google Classroom.
Teachers can import courses and students from Google Classroom as well using the button "Import From Google Classroom".
A pop as below shows up while the course and student information is being fetched.
Once all the course and student information is fetched a modal with all the course list will be displayed.
The checkboxes to the left of each individual course can be used to select the courses and the students to be added to the classes in Snowflake(web).
Once the desired courses are chosen you can add them to Snowflake(web) by tapping the "Ok" button in the modal.
Import students to a new class from CSV
On the Manage students page click on the "import CSV" button to import the CSV file to add students to a new class. This will open up the file browser.
Choose the csv file with the student emails that you want to add to a new class. A new class edit page appears where you can do all sorts of class managements.
To go to "MY LISTS" page hover over the "MY LESSONS" button on the navigation bar and then select "LISTS" from the dropdown
Creating a List
Click the "CREATE NEW LIST" button. A modal that looks like the one below appears.
The modal lets you enter a name and a short description for the list. Once you are done, tap the "CREATE LIST" button to create the list. If you wish to abort the list creation, tap the "CANCEL" button.
Adding lessons to a list
You can add lessons to the list from the lessons grid on the "MY LESSONS" page. Click on the kebab menu to open up the drop up.
Click on the "Add to list" text on the lesson you intend to add to a list. A pop-up looking like the one below will show up.
The search box on the pop-up is handy when you have a lot of created lists and are looking for a particular list to add the lesson to.
Click each list that you want to add the lesson to. A tick mark appears to the right of each list clicked. Press the "Add to list" button to add the lesson to the selected lists.
You can create a new list from this pop-up by clicking "+ Create a new list".
If change your mind and don't want to add the lesson to any list, click the "CANCEL" button.
Editing a list
To rename the lesson, select the "Rename" option on the list card.
Type in the new name in the dialog and press save changes.
To delete a list, you need to open the menu in the bottom right of the card and select "Delete".
A delete confirmation modal appears, in case you change your mind.
If you wish to remove lessons from the list, first select "Edit list" for the list you wish to edit. This takes you to the edit list page for that list.
This page shows the lessons with the same menu that they have on the "MY LESSONS" page, but with the added option of removing the lesson from the current list.
Play the lessons in a list
You can play the lessons in a list by clicking the "Play" under the list tile. You can also play the lessons in the list in a random order by pressing the "Play randomized" button.
Pressing the "Play" opens up the play screen of the first lesson in the list.
On completely playing the current lesson, a next button appears to the right of the current lesson count notifier which can be pressed to move to the next lesson.
At the end of the list, a pop up shows up with the options to play the list again and to the play the list of lessons in a random order.
Sending lists to students
You can send a list to students by opening the menu in the bottom right of the list card and selecting "Send to students".
On clicking "Send to students" you will be redirected to the page where you can select the class to send the lesson to.
You can modify the students that you want to send the lesson to by tapping on the class name and then checking or unchecking the checkbox to the left of the student name.
You can even set the due date for the list using the field under student list.
Then to send a list click on the "SEND THE LIST" button.
Uploading a list to the community
To upload a list to the community, you must open the menu (click on the dots in the bottom right corner of the list card) and select "Save to Community".
After selecting the save option, a dialog will open (image below).
It is possible to set the list as public or private. Once a visibility options is chosen, click on the "UPLOAD" button and the list will be sent to the community.
The profile page includes some basic information about you and it's also on this page that you can change your password or set the display language. To update the information, press the "Edit profile" button on the right side. The "Edit profile" button gets replaced by a "Save" and a "Cancel" button, and the text fields become editable so you can fill out new information. You can now also update your profile picture by clicking on it. Once you are done editing, press the "Save" button to confirm the changes or the "Cancel" button to abort.
Click the "Change password" link just below the profile picture to open a dialog (see below).
Fill in the fields and click the "Change password" button to change or "Cancel" to abort.
How school IT admins can setup teacher accounts for Lessons Online
Sign in & access the teacher dashboard
How to manage student accounts
Lessons Online on your homescreen
Teacher's dashboard in depth
How to create classes and add students
How to manage lesson lists
How to access and save lessons from the Lessons Community
How to Review Student Progress
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Encryption of sensitive data such as passwords with very high-grade encryption.
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The Snowflake(web) data is not shared with third parties.
Data can be permanently deleted if necessary so that there is no way to recover it.
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