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The students that come up in my Dashboard are not my students. Where does this need to get fixed? Thank you!

I cannot utilize my groupinator/lesson plans because the students that are in my dashboard are not mine.

Posted on: September 28 2017
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  • AskDee

    I'm wondering if the dates for your school year are correct. Take a look at the School Profile in the Roster screen. You may not be able to see if yourself, but someone with administrative privileges to the software can see that. At the school level, have them go to the hotspot for Edit School Profile and see that those are correct. Let me know if that fixes it. There are other things, but that is where I would begin. AskDee@sbcglobal.net

    I'm having a similar problem. When I took over the class two weeks ago (at the semester), students who were taken out of my class are not on my class list in the sam central ARE in my groups in the Dashboard.

    AskDee

    Take a look in your class lists in SAM. Make certain that your students are in your class lists. If they are and they are still not coming up in your Dashboard, you will need to get together with someone with SAM administrator privileges and see if those students are also assigned to another teacher. They need to be only assigned to you in SAM. Your classes all need to have unique names; using your last name followed by the class period number works. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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