There have been many updates and additions to Business&ITCenter21 and HealthCenter21 over the past few months. We'd like to give you an overview of everything that has been added to keep you "in the know."
You may have noticed that within your courses, the tab names changed. We made this change to help you easily get to the right place for the information you want. Instead of Overview, Student List, and Grade Grid the tabs are now Assignments, Students, and Grades. You will also see these links on the Home screen.
Did you know you can now allow your students to complete the worksheets online instead of printing them out? This setting can be turned on for any course you choose.
The Grades tab now lets you see points or percentages for quiz and test grades. This will make it easier for some of you to transfer grades from AES to the master grade book for your school.
We are happy to announce that you can now assign a "0" in the Grades tab when a student does not complete a quiz or test.
Do you have trouble with students skipping lessons and going straight to the quiz? With this new Student Pacing feature, you will be able to block students from taking quizzes until they complete all lessons within the unit. Learn more here: New Feature - Quiz Prerequisites
On the Assignments tab, when you click on a module, there is a new checkbox option for "Include in Module."
Learn more here: Using the Include in Module Option
The setting tab has been organized into new groups. This was done because the newer features we are adding (such as Quiz Prerequisites) require settings and the original list was getting too long.
The AHA Guidelines for 2015 include some important changes involving activation of EMS from mobile phones and timely use of an AED. The AES CPR Methods module was updated to incorporate these changes, as well as other updates and corrections. Learn more about switching to the 2015 version here: CPR Methods 2015
Healthcare professionals at some point will encounter victims of domestic violence. Because of this, many health science teachers have shared they are in need of domestic violence curriculum to teach their students about this important and difficult topic. Learn more: Domestic Violence Curriculum
The AHA Guidelines for 2015 include some important changes involving activation of EMS from mobile phones and timely use of an AED. The AES Shock and Resuscitation Module was updated to incorporate these changes, as well as other updates and corrections. These changes were automatically added to the existing module - there is no action you need to take.
Many computer applications and business teachers have shared that they are in need of Google Apps lesson plans to teach their students to use these cloud-based applications. Luckily for our teachers, the Google Applications Fundamentals module is now available! Learn more: Google Applications Fundamentals
In this module, students will learn about the basics of Google Docs, including how to format text and paragraphs and change the document layout. Students will also use available tools such as the Research and Define tools. Learn more: Google Docs Fundamentals
In this module, students will learn the basics of Google Sheets. This includes understanding rows and columns, selecting cells, entering formulas, using functions, and formatting data and text. Learn more about the module: Google Sheets Fundamentals
In this module, students will learn the basics of Google Slides. This includes using templates, changing themes and layouts, spell checking, adding and moving slides, creating text boxes, inserting WordArt and images, cropping images, defining hyperlinks, and more. Students will learn these skills by completing several hands on activities. Learn more: Google Slides Fundamentals