Self-Training Level 3

The third level will introduce you to some features that can save you a great deal of time on the platform. Among others, this includes statistical tools as well as little tricks to manage the digital space of your Netmath groups!

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In the program, I suggest that you browse two stations that bring together the key elements that will allow you to fully understand the tools available to teachers to manage the virtual classroom.

Station 1: Introduction to Manage Classes

Station 2: Advanced Manage Classes 

Station 1 : Introduction to Manage Classes

The MANAGE CLASSES menu in the left bar of the application gives you access to the details of your virtual class in Netmath. Among other things, you can make changes to your class details, your students’ accounts and even add a new class or complete the activation of your students.

This is what the interface for this menu looks like:

I would like to draw your attention to three elements in this section:

1- The heading of this section gives you information about your school, including its name, the number of licenses available and the number of students activated. You can also select the option to create a new class here.


2- This section contains details on your classes, including their name, level and the number of students activated in each one.


3- Here you will see a list of all your colleagues’ groups after their name.

By selecting one of your groups, you will be redirected to a new page that will allow you to manage the group in more detail.

In your class page, you will always have the class name and level in the header as well as the activation code or the class code depending on your level.

You can also click on the “MODIFY CLASS” button to change the details such as name, level, number of licenses, etc.

Note that you can delete a class if it’s not the only class under your name, but be aware that this is an irreversible operation. Student data will not be lost within a school year, but the class itself will not be recoverable.

Once again, if you want to ask me questions about all this information, don’t hesitate to send me an email!

Station 2 : Advanced Class Management

When in a class page under MANAGE CLASSES, you will find several options to manage your class’s details and your students.

1– In the TEACHERS section, you will see the names of the teachers who have access to the class in order to follow the students’ progress and send them activities.

This is also where you can add a teacher to your class.

Note that each teacher in the same group can send activities independently of those sent by colleagues and can follow up on them. All teachers have access to the complete progress of students by consulting the other teachers’ reports.


2– The STUDENT LIST at the bottom of this page gives you more information about the students in your class and gives you more options for managing your group.


A– If your class has no more licenses available, for a new student for example, you can click on the MANAGE LICENSES option. You will be redirected to the class options screen to allow you to change the maximum number of licenses and thus activate a new student.


B– By checking the box to the left of a student’s name (or all students by selecting the first box in the header) you will have the option of moving them to another class or removing a student’s account from your group.

Note that a student removed from your group will not have their account deleted from our database and will not lose their completed work during a school year.


C– The blue pen to the right of the entry line of each student will take you to a window for managing their account. You can then change or correct the student’s name, add an email address or change their password, as needed.


It is also in this section that you can complete the activation of your students or add students throughout the year.

Wow! Time flies!

I’ve already finished showing you what I know and the content of the third level of this training is already behind us!

That said, it would be great to learn more about what you found most relevant for your situation.

To do that, please answer this question:

I’m Justin, head of the team testing department in the big Netmath family! I work hard to make sure that the content in our activities is geared toward students like me.

At any time, if you have a question to ask me, the easiest way to contact me is by email at: