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Online Learning During School Closures
With school closures across the U.S. due to the COVID-19 outbreak, online learning is more important than ever. Use this chapter to find out how you can take advantage of a Study.com Teacher's License, and give your students the learning resources they need to study from home effectively. This chapter will teach you:
- The features of your Teacher account
- The features of Student Premium accounts
- How to set up Student Premium accounts
- How to set up Study.com virtual classrooms
- How to integrate your existing Google classroom with Study.com
1. What Are the Features of My Students' Premium Study.com Accounts?
Study.com's Student Premium accounts offer students plenty resources to help them study at home. Learn more about the features they have access to in this article.
2. Creating Premium Student Accounts with a License Code on Study.com
To make sure your students get full access to our site, this article will show you how to create Premium Student Study.com accounts with a license code.
3. Setting Up Your Virtual Classroom on Study.com with a School Closure License
In this article, you will learn how to set up your virtual classroom with your Study.com teacher account. We will show you how to make your account, navigate your dashboard, and add students to your virtual classrooms.
4. Setting Up Your Google Classroom with a School Closure Study.com License
Here we will show you how to set up your existing Google Classroom with your Study.com License to keep your students updated on announcements and assignments. Learn more in this video!
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