What are lesson modules?

Lesson modules allow you to offer lessons to your students in a structured way, organising them in modules or topics. Students can find them within clear folders. How do you create lesson modules?

Via My classes



Step 1


Go to My Classes, and select the class in which you want to use a lesson module.

Step 2

Go to the tab 'Shared lessons'

Step 3

Click on 'Create lesson module', and give the lesson module a name. The lesson module has now been created for this class.

Step 4

After you have created the lesson module, go to 'My Lessons' to share the lesson with the class, and place it in its lesson module.

Via My lessons

Step 1

Select the lesson you want to share with the students, and click on Share with students

Step 2

Select the class you want to share the lesson with

Step 3

Select the lesson module in which to place the lesson, or choose +Add module.

(Click on the image to watch a video)

Step 4

Create (optionally) a message for the class.

Step 5

Share the lesson with the class: via a LessonUp class or via SOM or Google Classroom

Step 6

If you want to change the name of a lesson module you can do so with 'Rename'.

Archiving a lesson module

It is also possible to archive one or more lesson modules.

How to remove a lesson from the learning module

Step 1

Click on the lesson in My LessonUp. A bar will pop up on the right hand side of your screen.

Step 2

Delete the lesson you no longer need.

Step 3

The lesson is now removed from the lesson module.

Note that the lesson will also be removed from your My LessonUp environment.

What do teaching modules look like for a student?

A student can access your class, and visualise the teaching modules.

In the image above, check out how lesson modules are displayed. In this class, called LessonUp, they are divided into two chapters, learning material, and a test. In this example, a lesson or test has been placed within all lesson modules. Learning material has not yet been distributed, therefore is not visible for your student at the moment.

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