Enrollment

Creating a class
Overview While Membean guides you through setting up your first class when you create your teacher account, this article will show you how to create additional classes from your teacher dashboard. Step 1: Add a Class From the first p...
Deleting a class
Overview This article will show you how to delete a class from your teacher dashboard. You may wish to delete a class at a semester change, or at the beginning of a new school year. Step 1: Manage Classes From the first page of your...
Editing a student's email or name
Overview This article will show you how to change the email or name on a student's account. Changing the student name or email updates the login credentials for the student, so be sure to notify the student of the change. Step 1...
Deleting your old classes before the start of the new school year
Overview This article will guide you on how to delete your old classes to start a new school year on Membean. At the beginning of a new school year, you will want to delete your classes from the previous year. Doing so requires only a...
Getting your students started
Overview This article will explain the steps to getting your students started on Membean. It only takes a few minutes! Step 1: Create Your Teacher Account If you haven't created your Membean teacher account, you will need to do ...
The first day of Membean in class
Overview This article will give you some recommendations on what to do the first day that you use Membean in class. We recommend students complete these tasks in class instead of homework, as it helps them take the enrollment and calib...
Enrolling your students
Overview This article will show you how to enroll your students on Membean. You need to have a class created in order to have students enroll in the class. Click here for more information on creating a class. Step 1: Find Your Class ...
Printing enrollment cards
Overview When you enroll your students, you can print out enrollment cards to give to them. These cards provide them with the URL to enroll, their class code, and a place for them to write their new username. This article will show you...
Inviting students to enroll by email
Overview When you enroll your students, you can send them an email reminder with instructions on how to enroll into your class. This article will show you how to send these emails. Step 1: Go to Your Class From the first page of your...
Everything you need to know for a smooth enrollment
Overview This article will guide you through a smooth enrollment process on Membean. We want you to have the smoothest on-boarding experience possible! Here are some quick tips to help you achieve a seamless class enrollment: Ensure ...
Transferring a student into your class
Overview This article will explain how you can transfer a student into your Membean class. If the student doesn't have a Membean account yet, they can enroll into your class, or you can manually create their account. The following...
Enrolling a transfer student who used Membean at their last school
Overview If you work for a district where multiple schools use Membean, you may need to transfer a student from another school into your class. Since Membean is a multi-year program, it's best if students continue with their progr...
Dropping a student from your class
Overview If you need to remove a student from your class, you can do so with Membean's "Transfer/Drop" feature. Dropping a student removes the student from your roster, but does not remove the student training data. The...
Manually creating a student account
Overview This article will show you how to create a single new student account. Manually creating a student account should be a rare-case event. Students will organically create accounts when they go through the enrollment process. S...
Can a student be registered into two or more Membean classes?
A student cannot presently be in two or more classes at once. But this request has come up enough that we are working on implementing multiple classes per student, which essentially gives multiple teachers purview over a student. The cu...
Getting started with Membean in a new school year
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