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Section 1: The SDB programs interface

Task1: SDB interface seen from the teacher

The task is to know the functionalities of SDB and how to find around in it. This task will walk you through the top bottoms and what each of them does

Task2: SDB interface seen from the student

The task is to know the SDB program as it presents itself for the student. In this task you will learn the functionalities available for the students and how to find them

Task3: SDB interface seen from the Administrator

The task is to know the additional functionalities available for the administrator in the SDB program

 

Section 2: Teachers Planning for a team in SDB

Task 1: Creating and edit a year plan for the whole team

The task is to learn how to open the year plan, edit it and publish it to year team.

Task 2: Making a course plan for your team

The task is learn how to create a course plan for your team and how to maintain it. The task also will show you where and how your students find the course so they can mark it as participated

Task 3: Making a team study plan

The task is learn how to create a team study plan so the student know what subjects they have to study. You will also learn how to put in how many points the students have to get within each subject and where they can find this information

Task 4: Making a week plan

The task will teach you how to make a week plan and publish it for your team. You will also learn what the teacher can edit and what the students can edit themselves.

Task 5: Setting SP-Point target and prices for a team

The task is to learn how to set the SP-point target for a team and where you can find the SP-point status for the students

 

Section 3: Teachers Planning for individual students in SDB

Task 1: Adjusting a year plan for individual students

The task is to learn how to adjust the targets for a single students. This is often needed if a student starts later or following alternative programs for a period.

Task 2: Adjusting a week plan for individual students

The task is to learn how to adjust the targets for a single students. This is often needed if a student starts later or following alternative programs for a period.

Task 3: Adjusting the students study plan for individual students

The task is to learn how to adjust the targets for a single students. This is often needed if a student starts later or following alternative programs for a period.

Task 4: Using SP-Points with individual targets

The task is to learn how to set individual targets in SP Points for students who will not follow the general bonus system as the rest of the team

 

 

Section 4: The process of correcting studies, courses, experience and SP Points

Task 1: Resolving and correcting a study task

The task is to be able to instruct the student how they do a task and send it to the teacher. You will also learn how to correct it, comment it and send it back as accepted / not accepted

Task 2: Marking and Accepting participation of a course

The task is to be able to instruct the student how they do a task and send it to the teacher. You will also learn how to correct it, comment it and send it back as accepted / not accepted

Task 3: Resolving and correcting Common and Own experiences

The task is to be able to instruct the student how they do a task and send it to the teacher. You will also learn how to correct it, comment it and send it back as accepted / not accepted

Task 4: Resolving a free experience and the correcting steps

The task is learn the process from student send a free experience plan to they get their points for it.

 

 

Section 5: Introducing Fora and Messaging in SDB

Task 1: The School about the School

The task is to learn how to use “The school about the school” and who can add/edit and delete content

Task 2: Us about Us

The task is to learn how to use “Us about US” and who can add/edit and delete content

Task 3: Using the messaging system between teacher and students

The task is to learn how to use the build in messaging system between student and teacher

 

Section 6: Preparing a status meeting

Task 1: Introducing the status tools in SDB

The task is to learn the steps you have to go through to have a successful status meeting. The task covers everything from making sure to correct all outstanding tasks, revise the weekly points target for the team so targets and achievements reflects the reality

Task 2: Preparing a successful status meeting for a team

The task is to learn the steps you have to go through to have a successful status meeting. The task covers everything from making sure to correct all outstanding tasks, revise the weekly points target for the team so targets and achievements reflects the reality

Task 3: Adjusting targets for the individual student when needed

The task is to learn the steps you have to go through to have a successful status meeting. The task covers everything from making sure to correct all outstanding tasks, revise the weekly points target for the team so targets and achievements reflects the reality

 

 

Section 7: Preparing new week’s plan

Task 1: Before you start

The tasks is to know the preparations you need to do before you can start to revise next weeks plan in SDB so it reflects realistic targets that are achievable for the students

Task 2: The targets for studies, courses and experiences

The task is to know how you enter the next weeks targets in SDB and how you publish it to the students.

Task 3: Finding the right tasks

The task is to get some ideas on how to search the SDB for tasks that is good to use for next weeks program

Task 4: Preparing the week plan for next week

The task is to learn how to make or edit and existing week plan and publish it to your team

 

 

Section 8: Adding new tasks to SDB: The tools and the reading files

Task 1: Tools in the DmM Production kit

The task is to know the different tools you need to know in order to produce tasks for SDB

Task 2: The 4 pictures for each task

The task is to know the different tools you need to know in order to produce tasks for SDB

Task 3: Finding material online to use for tasks

The task is to know the different tools you need to know in order to produce tasks for SDB

Task 4: Scanning material to use for tasks

The task is to know how to to use the schools scanner so you can use it to produce tasks for SDB

 

 

Section 9: Adding new tasks to SDB: Adding the content to SDB

Task 1: Studies: Creating a new database

The task is to learn how to add a new study database to the SDB.

Task 2: Studies: Creating a new subject

The task is to learn how to add a new subject within a database.

Task 3: Studies: Creating a new section

The task is to learn how to add a new section within a subject

Task 4: Studies: Creating a new task

The task is to learn how to add a new study task within a section

Task 5: Courses: Creating a new course

The task is to learn how to add a new course and where to add it

Task 6: Experiences: Creating a common or own experience

The task is to learn how to add a new common or own experience

Task 7: Edit : How to edit any tasks

The task is to learn how to edit any study task, course or experience. Normally this is needed when you want to change the points, find mistakes or adding new information a the task

 

 

Section 10: User and Team administration. Create and Edit

Task 1: Creating a new team

The task is to know how to create a new team in SDB

Task 2: Adding the students to a team at start of school year

The task is to know how to create a new team in SDB

Task 3: Adding the teacher to SDB

The task is to know how to create a new team in SDB

Task 4: New student starting later

The task is to know how to add a student starting later. The task will teach you all the steps from adding him to the team and making sure his yearplan and team plan reflects the late start.

Task 5: If a student change team during his school year

The task is to learn what to do if a student changes from one team to another in the middle of a school year

 

 

 

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