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Welcome-Logging

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Logging in

Go to the District 91 homepage click on the Single Sign-On. Look for the FamilyZone icon.
Enter the school name “idaho-falls.id.us” then your school credentials.
You will then be presented with the classes that have been auto generated.

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Adding A Classroom

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To create your own Class click on Add a classroom . Enter in your desired class name.

Click on gear, Click on Students, add the students 4.4id for a PC.

Add 4.4id@cloud.ifschools.org for chromebooks.

Enabling “code invite” allows students to join the class using a code rather than the teacher having to go through adding each individual student.

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Once you have completed that, click Save .

You will then see this class appear, but with 0 users. Click on the edit button in the top right corner of your recently created class.

Once this appears you can begin to add users to your class as seen below.

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You can also configure additional teachers to be able to manage and monitor your class.
This can be done under the teachers tab in the edit pane

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Scheduling

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To set standard times for a class session to be active, select Scheduling on the pop-up. You can then begin to add times and days as required.

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Be careful with scheduling.

If a session isn’t stopped or ended when you are done. Another teacher can’t pick up a student that is still in your class. Students can only be in one session at a time.

Start-Stopping Session

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Logging in and starting a session video guide

Once you're in the Classroom overview click on the Start Class.

The below will appear.

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From the drop-down select how long you wish to run a session for and select Start Session .

If you wish to edit your policies or see what is enforced for a class and you do not wish to start a session simply select Open Class .

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The above will start a session with policies taking force and Classroom data being processed from the selected class.

Stopping a Session

Much like starting a session there are two ways a session will end.

1. Automatically when a session has ended, whether this was set up like above or was scheduled when setting up a class.
2. Manually, see below.

When in the class, in the top left click on the Classwize icon.

This will return you to the Classroom overview page.

Click on the Edit under the students to the right of the end season until.

Click End Now. This will successfully stop the session running.

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Focusing A Class

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Once you have started a session, or are within a Classroom, in the top right corner select Class Tools.
From the drop down menu choose “focus”

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The below pop up will appear. Click the drop-down or search the drop-down and select applications/websites that you wish your students to access.

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To return the class to normal internet usage. Select Class is Focused in the top right and click on the Resume Normal Internet button.

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Classroom Policies

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Teachers can decide to block or allow websites and applications for a class or on a student level.

Adding a Policy

To add a policy, go to your dashboard and select the Policies button on the right-hand side.

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Click on Add, select the Application , and specific Users (if left blank then it will apply to all). In the Action field decide whether you want the application to be allowed or blocked. Then press Save.

Once this has been applied you will see the new policy under the Content Policies on the dashboard with a red or green square depending on the Action selected.

If you click on the x you will delete the rule.

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Managing Internet Access by drilling down

You can drill down on some of the options (i.e. Categories will show you Categories, then if you click on a Category it will take you to the Applications used and then it will take you to the Users, using the Application).For this example we will click on the Categories bubble .

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Restricting Classroom Internet Access

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Family Zone Classroom (Classwize) gives teachers control and visibility over internet access for their classes. They can easily allow or block internet access for students with the switch of a toggle. FYI- This may only work with Google browser.

To block the internet for an entire class, select the desired class from the Your Classrooms dashboard.

Then on the right-hand side click Class Tools, then pause internet

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You can pause the whole class or select individual students

You can also pause individual Students from the classrooms dashboard. Using the pause button on each student’s screen. When an individual is paused the pause button is red.

Resume Internet Access

Click on Class Tools, click on pause internet. Then click on End Pause.

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This will either bring up a log in screen or it will say that it is already running. If it brings up the log in screen go ahead and log in. With your cloud email. Ex… @cloud.ifschools.org

If not go the next step below

This should start logging you in. It should show your @cloud.ifschools email address.

This will either bring up a log in screen or it will say that it is already running. If it brings up the log in screen go ahead and log in. With your cloud email. Ex… @cloud.ifschools.org

If not go the next step below

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iPad set up

Mobile Devices

We recommend setting up the iTunes account on the teacher computer and creating an iTunes account as a No Credit card account.

1. First time iTunes setup (if not already done when iTunes was installed):

a. Go to Start | Computer | Double click C:\ drive.
b. Create a new folder on the C: drive called LocaliTunes. Create a folder inside that called LocalPictures.
c. Press and hold the Shift key on your keyboard and Launch iTunes.
d. Choose Create a Library.
e. Navigate to the LocaliTunes folder you just created on the C: drive and open it. Name your library and click Save.

2. Go to the App Store in the list at the left.
3. Find a free app such as Dragon Dictation.
4. Click install
5. Create new account.
6. Use you district 4x4@d91.k12.id.us

a. Go to the App store and find a free educational app to download.
b. You will be asked to set up your iTunes account.
c. Use your 4x4@d91.k12.id.us as the account name.

7. New: The security question section has changed.

a. You choose from a list of questions. You may choose any question and any answer you like.
b. If asked for a birthday, enter what you want.
c. Uncheck boxes so you don't get a ton of emails
d. Click Continue.
e. When asked for what type of credit card, click the circle next to None.

8. Go to district email to retrieve account email from Apple.
9. Verify the email
10. Your app will not be downloaded so you will have to go out and get it again.
11. Quit iTunes.

Note: It is best to do your app purchasing while using iTunes on your computer, rather than purchasing and downloading from your device.

1. Log into D91 wifi with 4X4 and password.

2. Go to the App Store.

3. Search for a free app such as Dragon Dictation.

4. Click the Free button, then click Install App.

5. Create new account.

6. Use your district 4X4 @d91.k12.id.us

7. You will see security questions with a drop down menu that lets you choose from a list of questions. You may choose any question and any answer you like.

a. If asked for a birthday, enter what you want.
b. Deselect subscribe settings so this person doesn’t get a ton of emails
c. Click Continue.

8. When asked for what type of credit card, select “None”.

9. Apple will send you an e-mail, so go to your district email to retrieve account email from Apple and verify the email.

10. Your app will not be downloaded so you will have to go out and get it again.

11. Quit iTunes.

It is best to do your app purchasing while using iTunes on your computer, rather than purchasing and downloading from your device.

1. Go to www.apple.com

2. In the search field enter "My Apple ID". This should take you to the My Apple ID page where you can reset your password.

3. Click "reset your password". Enter your Apple ID, which is the email name you received with your iPad training and follow the instructions in the next window.

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Set up Microsoft 365 Outlook in mobile devices .

Listed here are some basic step by step install/config instructions for mobile devices.

The first step is to delete the old email account, if one exists, from your phone. You can normally do this by going into the settings of your phone and finding the email account linked to your 4x4@d91.k12.id.us. Most email apps allow you to delete and add accounts through the app itself.

OPTION 1: Microsoft Outlook App for iPhone and Android

iPhone Setup:

• If you haven't already installed it, download 'Microsoft Outlook' from the App store and open it.

• Enter your 4x4@sd91.org in the Email Address field and tap ‘Add Account’

• You will be redirected to your Single Sign-On Portal. Your username should be pre-filled. Enter your network password and click ‘Login’.

• It will ask if you would like to add another account. Tap ‘Maybe Later’

• A popup will appear asking if you want to enable notifications, then another asking if Outlook can send notifications. We recommend allowing both as it alerts you to new emails and calendar events.

Android Setup:

• If you haven't already installed it, download 'Microsoft Outlook' from the Google App store and open it.

• Tap GET STARTED

• Enter your 4x4@sd91.org in the Email address field and tap ‘CONTINUE’ at the bottom right.

• You will be redirected to your Single Sign-On Portal. Your username should be pre-filled. Enter your network password and click ‘Login’.

• It will ask if you would like to add another account. Tap ‘Maybe Later’

• View or tap SKIP to complete the setup.

OPTION 2: Default Mail Client

iPhone “Mail” app Setup:

• If you are on iOS 13.7.1 or lower, go to Settings > Passwords & Accounts.

• If you are on iOS 14.0 or higher, go to Settings > Mail > Accounts

• Tap ‘Add Account’, then select ‘Microsoft Exchange’.

• Enter your email address (4x4@sd91.org).

• ‘Description’ defaults to Exchange. You can rename it if you want.

• Tap ‘Next’ at the top right, then tap ‘Sign In’ on the window that pops up.

• You will be redirected to your Single Sign-On Portal. Your username should be pre-filled. Enter your network password and click ‘Login’.

• It will ask ‘Are you trying to sign into Apple Internet Accounts?’. Tap ‘Continue’

• It will give you a list of things to sync. Choose what you want to sync, then tap ‘Save’

• Your email is now added to the “Mail” app.

Android “Email” app Setup:

• Go to settings and find the ‘Accounts’ section.

• Tap ‘Add Account’, then select ‘Email’ and ‘Office365’

• You will get a screen to Sign into Microsoft. Enter your 4x4@sd91.org and tap ‘Next’

• You will be redirected to your Single Sign-On Portal. Your username should be pre-filled. Enter your network password and click ‘Login’.

• It will request permissions to your device. Tap ‘Accept’.

• Apply the Security settings and continue to complete setup.

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• Review the connection between projector and computer.

• Demonstrate how to download Epson Interactive Tools softwareand Epson iProjection software from the Software Center.

• Describe the parts of your interactive projector.

• Explain the function of your projectors remote control.

• Discuss how to interact with your screen(Pens and Fingers)

• Demonstrate how to use the built-in toolbar as well as othersoftware interactive tools.

• Explain how to connect to your interactive projector wirelessly.

• Explain how to connect to your interactive projector wirelessly.

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https://www.d91.k12.id.us/intranet_cp2.aspx?cid=2192

If software is not installed, go to Software Center>Applications>Select to Install (if software is not there, put in a help ticket)

Once your software is installed Go to Start>Applications>Epson Interactive Tools>Rclick>More>Pin to TaskBar. This will place your softwareon the TaskBar.

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What is Epson iProjection?
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a projector wirelessly.

• Avoid hanging objects on your projection screen (magnets,paper, etc.)
• If your computer screen is not projecting
• check that you have the right “source” selected (HDMI 1,HDMI 2, Computer etc…)
• check that you do not have PC Free mode selected
• click Windows key and “p” on your computer keyboard
• Make sure you use remote to turn projector on/off

This will help maintain the calibration of the projector.

1. Epson iProjection Software Software Center -Install Epson iProjection version 2.22

1. Using the Remote Control for the projector “LAN” Button to obtain the IP address of the projector

3. Launch Epson iProjection Software Click Manual Search. Projector List - Insert the IP address of the projector without any leading zerosie. 10.6.54.60

*Once put in and connected it will remember next time.

4. Only one person is the moderator and three other people can connect to the projector at onetime.
5. Epson iProjection App is available for phones and tablets. This will allow you to project content from those devices.

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Consolidation of Google login icons in Single Sign-On Portal

The Single Sign-On Portal icons for ‘Google Drive’ and ‘Google Docs’ have been consolidated into a single icon that will be named ‘G-Suite’.

The new icon will take you to the original location that the old 'Google Drive' icon used to take you, and then you can navigate to ‘Google Docs’, and all other ‘Google Applications’ that the district uses, by clicking the ‘Google Application’ grid icon circled in red below.

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  1. Meet with the teacher on Webex. Admin and teacher must be using a computer. Once in a call, press the “Share” button.
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  2. Select what screen you want to share.
  3. Click on the “Assign” icon, then click on “Pass Keyboard and Mouse Control” (to gain this tool bar, hover your mouse over the orange bar at the top of your screen)
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  4. You’ll assign it to the teacher who then can take control and sign on their screen if they have the newer HP 440 X360 or using their mouse pad.
  5. Click your mouse at any time to regain control of your computer’s mouse/keyboard controls.
  6. Submit the evaluation.

 

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To turn on the touch conference center simply touch or tap the screen. This will wake the screen and the wall monitor as well.
To power off you will enter the unit into standby mode.
Tap the top left hand corner.

Then select standby mode at the very bottom

If you are the host you will also be asked to enter the host key.

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There will be an HDMI cable available to plug your laptop in to be able to share content.

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Upload a Document, Picture or Video to the Website

1. Go to the district website www.d91.k12.id.us Then at the bottom next to the star click the arrow.

2. Then Click Sign in with SchoolPointe. Just use your 4x4 and Password.
This takes about 30 seconds to log in so it’s normal.

3. Click on File Manager next to the star under Tools

4. Click on Add Files and Select the File to upload.

5. Then Click Start Upload Next you highlight the file and on the right side info about the file pops up in the box.

6. Next to the URL: box ext to the star. You can copy and paste or click the clip board on the right and paste it to a browser. Let it open to make sure that it works for you. Then Copy the link from thebrowser and paste it into your email. You might want to test it first before you send it out to everyone.

Note: when you paste the link to your email it will turn into a hyperlink. If it doesn’t then it didn’t work.

Examples: The one in Black is not a hyperlink the one in Blue is.

http://www.d91.k12.id.us/userfiles/1702/My Files/2019 Classified Handbook.pdf?id=3137

https://www.d91.k12.id.us/userfiles/1702/My%20Files/2019%20Classified%20Handbook.pdf?id=3137

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Wireless Access

This wireless network is for all staff and students district wide. This network uses the same username and password that you would use to login to a district computer. You are allowed to connect any computer or device to this network, personal or district owned. Caution, there are some devices that don't support the level of security that we are using on this network. If you are running in to this problem, this would be a device that District 91 cannot support.

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This wireless network is for any invited guests that are at our schools for an event. The intent of this network is to help give them unrestricted access to the internet. They will not have access to our local network. These individuals may be presenters for an event, or a coach from a visiting team needing access to the internet. These individuals will need to obtain a code from the office staff or administrator of the school for the event. This code will have a limit to the amount of devices that can use this code, so please be mindful and do not share a code. This could cause event devices to be disconnected from the network.
Connecting to this network is an open SSID with a captive portal. Once visitors connect to this SSID they will be redirected to a page that will have a place to enter the code, given to them by school staff. They will also need to check the box accepting the school district network use agreement. Then once clicking the continue button they will be directed to the district web page. At this point they can continue to the internet.

This wireless network is for any individual that needs access to the internet. The intent of this network is to help give them access to the internet only. They will not have access to our local network. Connecting to this network is an open SSID with a captive portal. Once a guest connects to this SSID they will be redirected to a page with a prompt, that they will then need to check the box to accept the school district network use agreement. Then once clicking the continue button they will be directed to the district web page. At this point they can continue to the internet.
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