The following video in the de-identified training database shows you how to filter to a class/homeroom, export to CSV (Comma Separated Value), open, edit, and format in Excel so you can print a custom report.
In this video below of the training database (no real student data) I show you how you can copy and edit a pre-existing field set. In the example I show how to add usual names and aboriginal ancestry fields.
The video below shows how to change alert types from Other to Life Threatening or Legal alerts as appropriate. You will need the data that was archived from BCeSIS in June 2015 to complete this task.
This video shows how to check and update the school calendar in MyEducation BC for in session days, day numbers, etc.
This is a check that all of your students have the calendar set to “Standard”. Without the correct calendar all kinds of things will not work!
The following video shows how to create a snapshot in the context of elementary scheduling. The process is the same for creating any snapshot but this one looks at using the homeroom filter to create a snapshot for the whole homeroom and snapshots by homeroom and grade. Further it shows you how to remove a student from a snapshot and how to add a student to an existing snapshot.
Removing/Adding students to a snapshot does not change their homeroom, courses etc!
This video below shows how to check that staff do not have a secondary school association to their primary school for the current year. Next it shows how to update the homeroom value using the modify list function.
Two common errors with editing homerooms are the primary/secondary school issues as shown in the video below, as well as an invalid physical and mailing address for the staff member. If the address error comes up you would need to validate the address or delete them from both the physical and mailing fields.
This video shows how to fix the MyEducation BC error that comes up when a teacher has both a primary and secondary associate to a school in the same year.
This video shows a first log in to MyEducation BC. It describes changing your password and setting preferences.
The video below uses a de-identified database.
This video goes through how to make some changes to student schedules in MyEducation BC. It is being provided as a supplemental resource to student schedulers (counselors, records clerks, administrators).