Instructor Single Sign-On is Here!

Manage all of your grade books and your student account from one central location with the brand new instructor portal. Here's how to get started: https://youtu.be/WdafwNpmiws CREATE AN ACCOUNT Go to teach.hawkeslearning.com  If you have a student Learn account, use those credentials to log in. **Your email address must be tied to at least one of the instructors … Continue reading Instructor Single Sign-On is Here!

Advice from 4 Online Educators for Hosting a Successful Course

We know that change can be hard, and a lot of educators are facing the sudden challenge of transitioning face-to-face classes into an online format in the middle of the semester. Our goal is to provide resources to help during this challenging time, so we’ve called in the experts.  We asked instructors who have taught … Continue reading Advice from 4 Online Educators for Hosting a Successful Course

Best in the Nest: Jeff Humphrey

Jeff Humphrey is a lead instructor and professor in developmental math education at Wake Technical Community College (Raleigh, NC), where he’s worked since 2005. With experience ranging from tutoring in learning centers to teaching in the classroom, he has been teaching adults for 20 years. Jeff has transitioned from being an effective traditional math instructor … Continue reading Best in the Nest: Jeff Humphrey

Coming soon: Beta release of Grade Book permission levels

Permissions allow full rights, viewable rights, or no access for reports, assignments, and more.

*Coming Soon!* For fall 2016, different permissions will be available to Grade Book users. This feature will be perfect for instructors who have teaching assistants or for school administrators who'd like to take a peek inside the Grade Book without making any changes. An administrator will define the various roles other users have in the Grade Book when adding … Continue reading Coming soon: Beta release of Grade Book permission levels