How do I edit a Group Path?

Interactive Guide Available- Log in to your account. Make sure that you are viewing Groups, not Classrooms, and that you have the right Group selected. You can follow the interactive guide "View/Edit Group Path" available in the HELP tab on the right side of your screen. (Guides powered by Iridize.com)

How do I edit a Group Path?

To view a Group Path, make sure that you are viewing Groups, not Classrooms, and that you have the right Group selected. Then click the "Path" tab at the top of the page.

Once you are viewing the Path, click the blue "Edit" button in the top right, to switch to editing mode.

Once in editing mode, you have a few basic options.

  • You can click on the items in the list to expand them and see what's included.
  • You can click the eye symbols to disable or enable Sections, Days, or specific Activities. (Note: You can't "delete" individual items from a Path, only disable them.)
  • You can click and drag the Sections to put them in a new order.

  

You can also click the "Add New Sections" button to add additional Sections, even ones from different grade levels.

(Note: If you would like to start fresh with an empty Path, you can click the "Clear Path" button)

When you click the "Add New Sections" you get a searchable list of all the Sections in the Wowzers curriculum. You can browse through all Sections or filter them by keyword or Common Core standard number.

When you find the Sections you want, drag it from column on the right to the Path on the left. 

(Note: You need to add the Section to the Path and then save, before you can enable and disable Days and Activities)

 When you have made the changes you want, click the "Save Changes" button. 

Warning: If you edit an existing Path, keep in mind where your students are in the Path. If you move the Section where the students are currently assigned, they will continue forward from where ever you place that Section. You may need to use the Move Students' Position feature to make sure they are where you want them.

 

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