Looking at the lesson before my child does?
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    Cardona.jessica.m is offline Junior Member
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    Default Looking at the lesson before my child does?

    Hi

    Is there a way to view a video or a lesson before my child does? I am trying to plan ahead and worried if I click the link that it will check it off that she did it, however I just want to view what is in there and know ahead of her what she is studying.

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    Jessica

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    Default Re: Looking at the lesson before my child does?

    Hi, Jessica. You can log in to your parent account and access the lesson plans/scope and sequence and click on Preview from there. Previewing that way will not affect your student's reports or check marks.

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    We love this feature!


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    I can't figure our how to preview--help?

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    Hi.

    Log in to your parent account.

    Click on the Resources icon.

    Select Lesson Plans/Scope and Sequence from the left sidebar.

    In the new left sidebar, look for the blue button that says Preview.

    Below that, click on the grade level you are wanting to preview.

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    Default Re: Looking at the lesson before my child does?

    When i click it nothing happens but it takes me back to the dashboard. there is nothing for me to preview.

    Quote Originally Posted by hearthstone_academy View Post
    Hi.

    Log in to your parent account.

    Click on the Resources icon.

    Select Lesson Plans/Scope and Sequence from the left sidebar.

    In the new left sidebar, look for the blue button that says Preview.

    Below that, click on the grade level you are wanting to preview.

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    Exclamation Re: Looking at the lesson before my child does?

    This information helps, but it does not show me my child's lesson before he sees it. I would like to be able to review the course curriculum, that way I can tell beforehand what I need to teach the subject. Science requires experiments and materials. How can I plan ahead for that if my child's Science class isn't listed in Resources, or any of his 9th grade classes for that matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by hlaw97 View Post
    When i click it nothing happens but it takes me back to the dashboard. there is nothing for me to preview.

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    Default Re: Looking at the lesson before my child does?

    Log in to your parent dashboard, click on Resources, select Lesson Plans/Scope and Sequence from the top of the left sidebar and then choose the subject/grade level you want to preview from the preview list in red in the left sidebar . . . NOT from the list of lessons in the table itself. You can preview any lessons from pre-k through high school.

    There is also a list of science supplies under the Resources tab. The middle school and high school science lessons do not require supplies, as the student simply watches the videotaped instructor perform any labs.

    Hope this helps!

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