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WAB Learns

Toddle: Classroom


The Classroom is the hub for everything related to student learning. You can assign learning experiences, evaluate and provide feedback, post to, approve and view student journals.

Class Stream


If you would like to see an overview of the tasks/learning experiences assigned to a student, overdue or evaluated, then you can use the Class Stream insights.


Cleaning up your Class Stream

Is your class stream overflowing with Learning Experiences from the start of the school year or assignments from remote learning? Help keep the class stream tidy for students and new families. By marking Learning Experiences as Complete they are moved to the completed tab, making it easier to know which assignments are still relevant.

  1. Go to the class stream.
  2. Click the 3 dots [ ... ] on the right side of the LE.
  3. Mark the LE as complete.

This post was originally posted on Mar 1 here.

Bulk add to Class Stream to Journal

How can we streamline the adding of student evidence in Class Stream to the Journal?

Have you ever looked at all the amazing work your student submitted to a learning engagement and thought "ugh... why do I need to send each of these individually to the journal, why can't I just send all the classwork up in one click?" Well, now you can!!! As of Friday, Nov 5th Toddle now allows student work to be pushed to the journal in bulk. This can either be done by class or individually.

Bulk Upload By Class:

  • Click on the assignment in the Class Stream and view all submissions.
  • In the top right corner, directly next to the word Evaluated you will see the <Add to Journal> icon.
  • Clicking on this icon will prompt you to send all submitted work with a status of Evaluated to that student's journal. Attached rubrics and assessments will also be sent.

Bulk Upload By Individual:

  • To send all the work of a specific student to the journal, enter the assignment and click on the student name.
  • If the student's status is Evaluated or Closed you will find an add to journal icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Clicking on this icon will send all submitted work to that student's journal. Attached rubrics and assessments will also be sent.

Be Aware:

  • Currently, the package of work sent to the journal is not as visually appealing as a normal journal post. It is presented as a package, indicating the assignment it is attached to.

A Welcome Change:

  • One small but welcome update. Now when an item has been added to the journal, the <Add to journal> icon will change slightly and turn green. This can help prevent duplicate postings.

This post was originally posted on Nov 9 here.

Class Journal

A Helpful Journal Workflow

How can we streamline the approval process of journal posts?

Approving and monitoring journal posts can be a time-consuming process when students are provided with the opportunity to share their learning. By default, teacher approval is on for all classes. This means that someone in the team needs to approve ✅ the posts before they display for parents.

Some grades have decided as a team to turn off teacher approval for journal posts. No matter which option your grade decides, teachers still need to check the posts students make to ensure they are appropriate. If you have approval on or off, this process will help save you time later:

  1. Student creates a journal post in the student app.
  2. Student shows the post with an adult.
  3. Adult says it is ok to publish.
  4. Student publishes post. 
  5. Parents are notified and love it! ❤️

First published on 18 October here.

Tagging Folders and Students

Journal Post Types

When should the students or I use the different post types in the Toddle mobile apps?

Not sure which type of journal post you or your students should be using? You might be using a workbook when photos could meet your needs. Please consult this handy guide, to see which type to use when.

First published on Oct 27 here.