Add Lesson

For Admin, Teacher Roles

After adding the unit, you can start adding the related lessons.

To add a lesson

  1. Under the concerned unit, click , and then click Add Lesson.

  2. The Add Lesson page opens where you can add a normal or a live lesson.

Adding Normal Lesson

  1. In the Add Lesson dialog box, enter the lesson’s title, date, time, and duration.
  2. Select Normal Lesson from the Lesson Type section, and then type the lesson objectives in the Objectives.
  3. Now you can press Save after filing the mandatory fields.

Additional information:

  1. You can map the lesson to one of the learning objectives predefined in the system.

    Note

    You can map the lesson only to one of the learning objectives that were linked in the system database to the same subject and grade as those of the course where the lesson is being created. You can also map the lesson to the learning objective mapped to either the subject or grade as those of the course where the lesson is being created, or to one of the learning objectives that were not linked in the database to a specific subject or grade.

    1. You can add a file that contains the lesson plan through one of the following:
      1. Attaching a file that you have previously prepared by clicking Add Lesson Plan, and then selecting Add File as in the figure below to upload the file from your machine.

      2. Selecting one of the form templates created by the Administrator to be used as a lesson plan by clicking Add Lesson Plan, and then selecting Select Template as in the figure below.
  2. From the Add Lesson Plan dialog box, under Select Template, click the template you want to use, and then click Next.


    Note

    To find a template, it must be created on the same subject and grade as those of the course where the lesson is being added.

  3. Fill up the template sections.

  4. Once you are done with filling up the lesson plan’s template, click Save to add the lesson plan.

    Note

    The lesson plan can be viewed in the Course Info only by the teachers assigned to teach the course, by academic coordinators, as well as by the Administrators.

  5. You can address a voice note to the attendees related to this lesson by clicking Voice Note.

    Note

    After adding the lesson, you should activate it in order for the students to be able to view the lesson by clicking Activate from the Plan tab.

  6.  You can check the Schedule Activation box if you want the lessons activation to be scheduled to give you the flexibility to activate the lesson at the desired time. 



Adding Live Lesson

  1. In the Add Lesson dialog box, enter the lesson’s title, date, time, and duration.
  2. Under Lesson Type, click Live Lesson.

    Note

    The live lesson enables you to communicate with the students and course members live at the date and time you specify. The student has to watch the lesson on the same time and date in order to view it live.

    The live lesson will be available on Microsoft Teams or BBB based on environment configuration.

  3. Click Activate to allow activating the lesson, and allowing it live for the students.

  4. Once the lesson’s date and time are due, the lesson shall be available for the students to follow.

Additional information:

  1. Type the lesson objectives in the Objectives.
  2. You can map the lesson to one of the learning objectives predefined in the system.

    Note

    You can map the lesson only to one of the learning objectives that were linked in the system database to the same subject and grade as those of the course where the lesson is being created. You can also map the lesson to the learning objective mapped to either the subject or grade as those of the course where the lesson is being created, or to one of the learning objectives that were not linked in the database to a specific subject or grade.

    1. Click the Map to Learning Objectives
    2. From the Add Learning Objectives dialog box, click the arrow next to the learning objective you want to map to the lesson.

    3. Select the check box corresponding to the learning objective you want to add to the lesson, and then click Add Learning Objectives as in the figure below.

  3. You can add a file that contains the lesson plan through one of the following:
    1. Attaching a file that you have previously prepared by clicking Add Lesson Plan, and then selecting Add File as in the figure below to upload the file from your machine.

    2. Selecting one of the form templates created by the Administrator to be used as a lesson plan by clicking Add Lesson Plan, and then selecting Select Template as in the figure below.

    3. From the Add Lesson Plan dialog box, under Select Template, click the template you want to use, and then click Next.


      Note

      To find a template, it must be created on the same subject and grade as those of the course where the lesson is being added.

    4. Fill up the template sections.

    5. Once you are done with filling up the lesson plan’s template, click Save to add the lesson plan.

      Note

      The lesson plan can be viewed in the Course Info only by the teachers assigned to teach the course, by Academic Coordinators, as well as by the Administrators.

  4. You can address a voice note to the attendees related to this lesson by clicking Voice Note.
  5. You can invite external users, who are not registered in the system, to attend this live session by clicking the Invite External Users to join Live Lesson.


  6. From the Invite dialog box, type the e-mail addresses of the users you want to invite to the lesson, and then click Invite. Users receive an invitation to the session on their e-mail addresses.

  7. You can also invite members who are registered in the system but not necessarily members of the same organization as yours by clicking and then clicking Copy Link as in the following figure. You can send the link to the users to let them access the live lesson.

Note

Users invited to attend the live lesson can watch a recording of the lesson in case the Administrator recorded it while being live. Recordings are available through the lesson page after it is finished.