This help article will walk teachers through the steps of setting up classrooms with a class code. This will allow students to join the designated classroom, and will provide the student with the teacher's selected login method to the CodeMonkey platform. (manual or via SSO) This process is relevant for both new students joining a CodeMonkey classroom for the first time, as well as for students with existing accounts who need to join (transfer to) a new classroom.

To set up your classroom using a class code, refer to the following steps:

  1. Login to your CodeMonkey account and navigate to the "My Classrooms" tab on the left hand menu.

  2. Click on the classroom you want to set up with a class code. (Note that the class code for the selected classroom is listed on the classroom table for your convenience)

  3. Next, click on the "Students" tab at the top of the page. You will see the class code noted in the top right hand corner. You will also see an "Add Students" button. Click on the button to continue with set up.

  4. Select the "Class Code" option from the pop up window.

  5. On the next pop up window your class code will be displayed, and you will have the option of regenerating it if needed. Below the class code you will be offered a variety of login options for your students. Select the option you prefer your students to use for logging in to the CodeMonkey platform. Once you have made your selections click on the green "Apply" button.

  6. The final step is to provide your students with the class code so they can register and create their account, or, transfer to a new classroom if needed.

    *The action of a student joining a classroom with a class code will be done only one time. Once students join the classroom they will remain there and will use the selected login method to access their account.

Relevant Articles:

How Do Students Join A Classroom Using A Class Code?

Where to Locate Your Classroom Code

Student Guide - How Does A Student In An Existing Classroom Join A New Classroom? (using a class code)

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