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Using Computer Science FoundationsUpdated 18 days ago

How do my students get access to CS Foundations?

Once a student has a Sphero EDU account and are in one of your classes, they'll have access to CS Foundations content. They'll be able to access their activities from the CS Foundations tab, or the workbook if you've assigned a lesson.

The CS Foundations tab doesn’t appear on my app?

Please be sure that your app to the latest version. If it is and you're still experiencing issues, please reach out to [email protected] so we can troubleshoot further.

Which robots can I use CS Foundations with?

Though CS Foundations was created specifically with BOLT in mind, you can use the courses with BOLT, SPRK+, Sphero Mini, or any of our other spherical robots.

How do I assign lessons to my students?

In the Sphero Edu app

Log in to your teacher account, then select the "Activities" tab on the bottom of the screen, then the "CS Foundations" tab above that. Click on the activity you wish to assign. Click "assign", then select the desired class in the window that appears and click "assign" again. Once that's done, the content will then appear in the workbooks of that class' students.

On Edu.Sphero.com

Log in to your teacher account, then navigate to the "Classes" tab on the top right. Click on the class to which you want to assign activities. Next, click "Assignments" and then "+ Add Activities". In the window that appears, click the "CS Foundations" tab and then check the "Select" box next to one or multiple activities. Click "Submit" at the top of the window and then close the Add Activities window by clicking the 'x' in the top right corner.

You can also select individual students from your classes and click "Assign Activities" if you wish to only assign select students.

How do I check student’s progress?

Click on the classes button within the blue tool bar. Once there you can check progress two ways. The first is by selecting an individual student to see their specific progress. The second is to choose a lesson, where you can see all students' progress in the given course.

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