Using iCEV with Teacher & Student Licenses for Distance Learning

These tutorials will walk you through the basics of iCEV and help you implement a distance learning model in your classes. 


Step 1. Set Up Your "My Courses Page

Search through iCEV’s online curriculum library and identify which course(s) you would like to add to your "My Courses" page.  You may add as many courses as needed. We recommend you title each course or block individually.


Tutorial: Setting Up Your "My Courses" Page 


Step 2. Register Students 

Student licenses allow students to access iCEV from any device with an internet connection. With student licenses, each student can be independently enrolled in multiple iCEV courses and review their assigned coursework independently. 

Pro Tip: If a student forgets their login information, you can retrieve their information using the Roster Management feature.


Tutorial: Student Registration


Step 3. Assign Coursework 

After customizing the course and inviting students to the appropriate course, using the visibility options in iCEV to assign coursework. 

Pro Tip: Limit the number of times a student can complete an assignment by setting the attempt threshold.


Tutorial: Lesson & Activity Visibility Settings


Step 4. Monitor Student Progress

Every interactive activity is automatically graded for you and entered into a grade book. iCEV’s grade book can be conveniently converted into an Excel® spreadsheet and imported into your district-approved grade book. 


Tutorial: Filtering Grades by Date

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Additional Resources

iCEV Tutorial: Customizing a Course 

iCEV Tutorial: Creating a Custom Course 

iCEV Tutorial: Assessment Generator

iCEV Guide: Teaching Strategies for Special Populations 

iCEV Guide: Canvas Integration

iCEV Guide: Schoology Integration 

iCEV Guide: Google Classroom