Viewing/editing student account information in the Imagine Math suite

 Note

This article applies to Imagine Math and Imagine Math Facts.

Administrators and Teachers can edit student account information and product settings/assignments for their students. There are 2 ways to perform edits—via the Quick Edit button and via the pencil icon.

The Quick Edit button allows you to edit each student's first name, last name, username, password, and/or identification numbers directly from the Students page. This is convenient when you need to edit multiple student accounts because you don't need to click separately into each student's account to make your changes.

The pencil icon allows you to edit the same fields as the Quick Edit button as well as grade level, product and language settings, and more. You can also view the student's assessment provider. This method requires navigating to each student's account individually. 

 Caution

When you see Managed by SIS next to accounts or classes, it means that your organization uses a Student Information System (SIS) integration tool to manage accounts. To update information for these accounts, contact your IT staff since they have permissions to make account changes and send them to Imagine Learning via the sync files.

Click on a tab below to view instructions for each edit method.

Edit via pencil icon Edit via Quick Edit button

To view or edit a student's account information:

  1. Log in to the Math suite.
  2. In the left navigation pane, select Management > Students.

  3. Use the search feature and/or Active/Inactive filter to find the student, if necessary, then click Edit (mceclip3.png) by the applicable student. 

  4. Edit the student's account information, then click Save. Fields with an asterisk are required. 


    Here is a description of each field on this page.

    Setting Description
    First Name

    Specifies the student's first name. Edit the first name by typing in the field.

    Last Name

    Specifies the student's last name. Edit the last name by typing in the field.

    Assign Product Access

    Specifies which Math products the student can log in to and use. Check the box for each product that you want to assign to the student.

     Note

    If you have only one product, only the applicable product displays.

    Student Information Number (SIN)

    Specifies the student's primary identification number, which is a unique combination of characters that identifies the student in both their school and in Imagine Math. Add or edit the Student Information Number by typing in the field.

     Note

    Student Information Numbers can have a maximum of 64 characters.

    Alt Student Information Number

    Specifies a secondary/alternate student identification number, if applicable. Add or edit the Alt Student Information Number by typing in the field.

    Username

    Specifies the student's username that the student uses to log in to the Imagine Math suite. Usernames must include 1 or more characters and can contain uppercase and lowercase alphanumeric characters. Add or edit the username by typing in the field.

     Note

    Usernames cannot contain spaces, special characters, or symbols. 

    Password

    Specifies the student's password, which the student uses to log in to Imagine Math. Passwords must be between 8-128 characters long and can contain uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, symbols, special characters, and spaces. Edit the password by typing in the field.

     Note

    For security reasons, the student's current password does not display on this screen. However, you can assign a new password by typing the new password in this field.

    Site Code Displays the student's site code. A site code is a number that identifies this school or district in Imagine Math. Most Site Codes are determined by the first seven digits of the National Center of Education Statistics (NCES) number. Private schools are assigned a site code by Imagine Learning. 
    Grade Level

    Specifies the student's current rostered grade level. The student's grade level determines what lessons the student should receive. Choose the student's grade level from the drop-down menu.

    Support Language

    Specifies the student's support language, English or Spanish. For Imagine Math 3+, selecting Spanish plays audio instructions in Spanish for the student and allows the student to connect to the Live Teacher in Spanish. For Imagine Math PreK-2, selecting Spanish plays all audio in Spanish for the student. Choose the support language from the drop-down menu.

    Is active

    Specifies whether or not a student account is active. Click the checkbox to activate the student's account. Uncheck the checkbox to deactivate the student's account.

    Student is in an Individualized Education Program (IEP)

    Specifies whether or not a student has an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Click the checkbox to indicate that the student has an IEP. You will see this information when you complete a Student Data Export.

    Student is an English Language Learner (ELL)

    Specifies whether or not a student is an English Language Learner. Click the checkbox to indicate that they are an English Language Learner. You will see this information when you complete a Student Data Export.

    Environment

    This field only displays if your organization has purchased Imagine Math. It shows which Imagine Math environment the student is using: Blueprint or Imagine Math. This is based on the student's rostered grade level. Blueprint is automatically assigned for students in Grade 2 and below; Imagine Math is auto-assigned for students in Grade 3 and up. Read Switching a student's environment in the Imagine Math suite for instructions and recommendations if you would like to change the student's environment.

    Glossary Audio Support Language This field only displays if your organization has purchased Imagine Math and the student's environment is Imagine Math 3+. It specifies which audio support language should play when students use the glossary. Choose from these languages in the drop-down menu: English (default), Spanish, Arabic, Vietnamese, Haitian-Creole, and Tagalog.
    Operation Ordering

    This only displays for students with Imagine Math Facts, and it requires students to pass an operation with 90% or greater on the post-test before they can move on to the next operation, and specifies the order in which students complete different operations. By default, the order of operations is: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

    To reorder the operations, click the left or right arrow to move an operation one position to the left or right.

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     Notes

    • If you enable order of operations or change the order of operations while students are in the middle of an operation, no progress or student data will be lost. For example, if a student started with multiplication and were halfway through it when the operation order was set to {addition, subtraction, multiplication, division}, then they would only be able to play addition. After mastering addition, they could then play subtraction. After completing subtraction, they would resume their multiplication game from where they had left off (half way through).
    • Operations Ordering can also be set for an entire class by editing the class settings or the entire school by editing the school settings. Changing it at the student level overrides the class or school setting.
    Friendly Mode

    This field only displays if the student has Imagine Math Facts.  This field only displays if the student has Imagine Math Facts. It identifies whether or not to enable Friendly Mode. When Friendly Mode is enabled, most enemies won't attack the student's avatar if they answer a question incorrectly, and if they do attack, the enemies won't cause any damage. We recommend enabling this for your any student you think might be frightened by the enemy attacks.

     Note

    You can turn Friendly Mode on or off for an entire class by editing the class settings or the entire school by editing the school settings. Changing it at the student level overrides the class or school setting.

    Assessment Provider This field indicates if the student is taking the Imagine Math Embedded Benchmark (IM) or the NWEA™ MAP® Assessment. This cannot be edited on a student-by-student basis. NWEA students also have a field for the NWEA BID, which is also not editable. 
    Click the plus sign by the word Explain to see more information on assessment provider selections for your organization.
  5. Click Save at the bottom of the page.