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Manage Students in the Sphero Edu App

There are two primary options for managing students in the Sphero Edu App:

Option 1: Quick Start - This option is great if you're having a quick coding session and don't need to save any data.

Option 2: Class Codes - Use this option if you're managing a classroom and need to assign activities and track your student's progress.

If you are interested in creating and managing classrooms with Google Classroom or Clever, learn more here.

Option 1: Quick Start

Direct students to open the Sphero Edu app and select Let’s Code! to jump right in. Students will be able to view activities and create programs but no work will be saved to the cloud.

Option 2: Class Codes

Teacher: Create a Class on the website

Step 1

Sign in by selecting Manage Your Class.

NOTE: The first time you log in you can create an account or log in with Google or Clever. You’ll be asked to verify your teacher identity. Learn how here.

Step 2

Select Classes in the toolbar at the top of the screen.

Step 3

Select + Add a New Class.

Step 4

Select Class Code

Step 5

Give your class a name.

Step 6

Share the Class Code with students.

Step 7

Direct students open the Sphero Edu app.

Assign Activities & Share Programs

Step 1: Select Join Your Class to log into your class.

Step 2: Enter the 6-character code.

Step 3: Enter your first name and last initial. Students can complete assigned activities and create programs. All work will be saved to their account.

Once you have a class set up, it is easy to assign activities.

Step 1: Find an activity you want to assign to students. Select ASSIGN in the upper right corner.

Step 2: Select your class and choose Submit.

Step 3: Direct students to open the activity in the My Activities section of the Activities tab. You can track their progress as they complete it.

Step 1: Select the Assignments tab in your desired class.

Step 2: Select Share Program.

Step 3: Select the program you’d like to share.

Step 4: Direct students to open the program in the Resources tab.

Still Having Trouble?

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