#9 teachers add student

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2001-09-08
2001-07-09
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I wasthinking it would probably be best for the
teachers to add the students and not the other way
around. If I was a student failing algebra I sure
would not add that class to my schedule. Hate for mom
to see that. get what i am saying.

Discussion

  • David C. Moore
    David C. Moore
    2001-09-08

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    It wouldnt hurt to configure this either way for each subject. I
    dont mind if students or teachers can manage their
    enrollment. Once I am satisfied that all the places are filled I
    can switch off option for student self enrollment.

     
  • Vance Lankhaar
    Vance Lankhaar
    2002-09-25

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    I also would like to see this, but for a slightly different
    reason - I want to go one step further and make all
    discussions for the various classes private to each class.
    The reason for this is there are some courses in my school
    where the discussions are considered confidential, so _only_
    students from that class should have access (and of course,
    if a student can just "join" the class, there's no
    confidentiality....)

    Vance

     
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    Intersting bug with the AUC patch for class administration
    that somebody published online. Works a treat but did some
    odd stuff when a teacher added student names instead of
    codes. We managed to later directly clean up the SQL
    database. Any class administration patch needs to be kept
    pretty simple to use..