Are you wondering…

  • What is the best way to get started using this with my students?

  • How can I make the most of the assignments in AES learning modules?

  • What resources are available to me in my digital curriculum subscription?

Year over year, teachers are looking for the best ways to get started and to succeed using the AES digital curriculum system.

In this article, you will learn your 10 steps to success with AES.


1. Create A Class

Your very first step in AES is to create a class period!

2. Explore the Course Catalog

Review the 4-phase curriculum framework used across the digital curriculum and all the teaching resources available to you and your students.

3. Customize Your Classes

After you have a class created, it’s time to edit the settings to fit your classroom's structure.

Note: When you’ve used AES for a while, it’s still a good idea to review all your class settings.

4. Enroll Your Students

Enroll students into your class so they can progress through the interactive lessons, assessments, other student resources.

5.Control Student Access to Assignments, Units, and Assessments

Assign what students will work on and ensure they stay on track by adjusting how far ahead they're allowed to work.

6.Manage Student Accounts

Learn how to take on common student account scenarios that can disrupt class, prevent students from getting to their assignments, and ultimately slow student learning.

7. View Your Student’s Progress in Your Class

View what your students are currently working on, when they are signing in, and more.

8. Review the Gradebook

Find out how you can get the most out of your gradebook with different display settings.

9. Create and Copy Custom Assessments

Create a midterm or final exam for your class to see how much your students have learned.

10. Clean Up Your My Classes Tab

Prepare your My Classes tab for the next semester or marking period.

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