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TeachPar is elementary school teachers’ favorite online tool for managing
assignments, class calendars, parent communication and more.

Teacher User Manual

1. As a teacher, you will receive an email when you have been added by your school.

2. Log in using the password provided.

3. After logging in, you will be directed to the “Dashboard” screen.

1. Click “Edit Profile” on the dropdown menu under your name.

2. Edit the fields to update details such as State, Email, Phone, Name, and Grade.

1. After clicking “Edit Profile,” enter the new email address and click the “Update” button.

2. On the pop-up screen (Fig:-6(a)), click the “OK” button.

3. Check your email inbox for a verification email.

4. Click the link that says “Verify Email.”.

5. You will be directed to the Login Screen.

6. Log in using the new email address and existing password.

1. Click on the “Students” tab.

2. Import the student list or add students individually using the “Add Student” button.

3. Add Student/Parent/Guardian information in the pop-up window.
Note: The Student ID must be unique for each student.
Note: Siblings must be added with identical parent or guardian details.

4. Click “Add Students.”
Note: You must fill in all the fields in order to add a student.

5. You will receive a confirmation after successfully adding a student.

Create a new assignment for all students or for a specific student.

1. Click “Create Assignment.”

2. Fill in the following fields:
Subject:- Select a subject from the Subject drop down menu.
Title:- Create a title for the assignment.
Description:- Create an assignment description.
Date:- Add the date the assignment was created.
Due Date:- Add the due date for the assignment.
Upload File:- Attach any files necessary for the assignment (not more than 5 Mb).
Assign Students:- Select a specific child or the whole class.

1. Click the “View” button (fig:-12(b))

2. Click the three dots in the upper right corner of the assignment box to edit or delete the assignment.

The Assignment Tab also contains these fields:
Select Other Children’s drop-down:- Contains all students.
Filter By:-Filters the records.
Sort By:- Displays the assignments according to the selected subject.
Active Assignments:- Displays assignments with unassigned or active “Due Dates.”
Past Assignments:-Displays assignments with a passed “Due Date.”

1. Teachers will receive a notification when a completed assignment has been submitted by a parent.

2. To verify the completed assignment, click the “View Assignment” button.

3. Click the “View” button to view the assignment.

4. Click the “Mark Complete” button.

5. After clicking on the “Mark Complete” button, click “OK” on the pop-up window.

6. The “Complete” button will be disabled once the assignment is marked as “Completed.”

Teachers can create upcoming events for students and parents.

1. Click “Add Event” to create a new event.

2. Fill in the event details, including title, description and date.

3. After the event has been saved, it will be displayed under the Event List.

4. To edit the event, click on the event and make the appropriate changes.

1. Teachers can upload and share reports for individual student behavior.

2. Click the “Behavior” tab then click “Add Note”.

3. Fill in each field.

The behavior note pop-up contains the following fields: Select Students:-Select the student for whom you want to add a note.
Date:- Select the current date.
Behaviour Level:- Select a behavior category.
Description:- Add a description of the student’s behavior.

4. Click the “Send Note” button.

5. Click on the “View Note” button to check the details.

1. Teachers can create announcements for parents.

2. Click the “Announcement” tab then click “Add Announcement.”

3. Fill in the fields on the “Create New Announcement” pop-up window.

1. Teachers can send direct messages to parents.

2. Click on the “Inbox” tab and then click the “Send Message” button.

3. Select a student and compose your message.

4. Click “Send Message.”

1. Log in from your Teacher Account.

2. Click “Edit Teacher Profile,” then click “Request to Leave the School” button.

3. Click “OK” on the pop-up window.

4. You will see a verification pop-up message.

5. Click on the “Ok” button to approve the request.

6. You will have the option to assign your virtual classroom to a new teacher. Select the new teacher from the drop-down list.

7. You will receive a confirmation when the transfer is complete.

1. Displays links to assignments, announcements and inbox messages.

1. Displays the assignments that have been created by the teacher. Assignments can be filtered by subject.

1. Displays the assignments that have been created by the teacher. Assignments can be filtered by subject.

1. To register, click “Sign up” and then click “Teacher” on the pop-up window.

1. Enter your information and your school name then click “Register.”
If your school name is not listed, select “Not Listed” then enter your school name, district and school website. Click “Register.”

1. You will be sent a verification email. Open the email and click the link titled “Verify Email.”

1. Edit your Teacher Profile and verify the details.

Parent User Manual

1. Log in as a parent using the email and password emailed to you.

2. After logging in, you will be directed to the “Dashboard” screen. The dashboard contains links to all content, such as assignments and messages from your child’s teacher.

1. Click on the “Profile” button to see user details.

2. Select your child’s name to view details for that child. The user profile contains the following fields:

Personal:- Contains the “Child Name” currently selected. This field cannot be edited.
Parent Guardian:- Contains the Parent/Guardian details. This field can be edited.
Teacher Information:- Contains the teacher’s information.
School Information:- Contains the school information, including name, email, and website. By default, these fields will remain disabled.

3. You can change your password using the “Password” tab.

1. Parents will receive notifications from their child’s teacher about assignments, behavior, and events. To view notifications, click on the notification icon. You will also receive email notifications.

1. To view an assignment, select a student from the drop-down menu.
2. Select which assignments you would like to be shown using the “Sort By” option.

3. Click the “View Assignment” button.

4. After viewing the assignment, you will be able to download the attached file by clicking the link. You can also leave comments on the assignment.

1. After viewing the assignment (See: 7. Viewing Assignments), click the “Submit” button to submit an assignment.

2. Add notes and upload the file. A file cannot be more than 5 Mb.

3. Click “Submit Assignment.”

4. A submission confirmation will be shown once the assignment is successfully uploaded.

If you submit the wrong assignment, or forget to attach a file, you may request to re-submit an assignment. There is no limit on re-submission requests.

1. Select “Re-submit.”

2. A “Re-Submit Assignment” pop-up will be shown. Click the “Ok” button.

3. You will receive a notification that the teacher has accepted the Re-submit Request.

1. Click the “Calendar” tab and select your child from the drop-down menu to view their assignment calendar.

1. Click the “Events” tab to view events that have been shared by the teacher.

2. Click on an event (fig:-17.)f to view more information such as the event description, date and time fig:-17(a).

1. Click the “Behavior” tab to view behavior notes shared by the teacher.

2. Click on a note to view more details.

1. Click the “Announcement” tab to view announcements from your child’s teacher.

1. Click the “Inbox” tab to view messages sent by the teacher regarding a specific student.

2. To respond to a message, enter your message in the text field and click “Reply”.

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