The Student Search helps you find student accounts previously created in AES with your school or district. This gives you an easy way to find which class students are enrolled in or to manually enroll them in another class.

The Student Search is available on the My Classes tab and within each of your classes.

Search from the My Classes Tab

Step 1

Sign in to learn.aeseducation.com

The Student Search is on the lower, right side of the My Classes tab.

Step 2

Type in part of a student’s full name or email and press enter on your keyboard. The results will show matching student accounts and the classes they are enrolled in.

You can click on the title of your own classes to see your student’s dashboard or click the Add to Class button to choose one of your classes you want to manually enroll the student in.

The search results can also show student accounts enrolled with other teachers across your school or district. To transfer a student and their grades from another teacher’s class to yours, reach out in the chat for help from us.

Search from Your Class

Step 1

Sign in to learn.aeseducation.com.

Step 2

Open the class you need.

If you’re not sure where the student is enrolled, that’s okay! Choose any class.

Step 3

The Student Search is on the left-side menu within your class.

Type in part of a student’s name or email and press enter on your keyboard. The search will bring up a list of all related results within your school or district.

You can click on the title of your own classes to see your student’s dashboard or click the Add to This Class button to enroll the student in the class you’re currently viewing.

Adding a student to your class will not remove them from other classes they are enrolled in, and it will not transfer their grades to your class. To do this, use the Move Student feature or reach out in the chat for assistance from us!

You have ways to modify and control student accounts enrolled in your classes. Learn how in the next article, Managing Student Accounts.

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