How to Log the Student Attendance for Ground Lessons
In this video, I will show you how to log a student's attendance for ground lessons.
Let's get started.
1. First, log in to your account.
2. Go to the Schedule module.
3. Scroll down to Classrooms and click on the scheduled class.
4. Now click on Presence, (the small icon displayed in the middle of the row of icons).
Please note that If a class is scheduled but has not reached the start time yet, this icon will not be displayed.
5. The system displays the List of Students. Here you can click Present or Absent for each Student or use the quick button to select Present for all or Absent for all.
You can also modify the time if the student arrived late or left earlier. The time will be reflected in the Student's course progress.
To sign the Presence Sheet and leave a comment, insert your password.
Don't forget to save!
Note: You can access the Presence screen when needed to make any modifications.
**VIEW THE RECORDS** (1:05)
1. Go to Users.
2. Select the Student.
3. Click on the Courses tab.
4. Select a Course.
5. Here you will find the Presence Sheets for each class within a Module in the middle right of the screen. You can see partial Presence when applicable. To download the Attendance Sheet PDF of the Student, click on the gray Attendance button.
**ROLES AND PRIVILEGES** (1:30)
A user must have the corresponding Roles and Privileges to be able to log the student attendance for ground lessons. Let me show you.
1. Go to the Users Module.
2. Click on the Roles and Privileges icon on the top right-hand corner of the page.
3. Select a Role from the dropdown list, for example, Theoretical Instructor.
4. Click on the Schedule Tab.
5. Scroll down to Classes Schedule and check off the View Classes Schedule box.
6. Then, check off the box Edit Class Presence.
Once you have checked off these two boxes, the user will be allowed to log the student attendance for ground lessons.
For more information about the Roles and Privileges of the Schedule Module, please watch the other tutorials.