In addition to the original functions of HiTeach CC
, the Campus Version has more IES platform resource integration functions, including school course lists and teaching resources. In the IES, after you select the course list and teaching material, it will automatically use these data in HiTeach CC, making it more convenient to use in the classroom. Also, lesson records (learning portfolios, e-notes, Excel summary, student works, etc.) of classroom teaching will be saved on IES, which is convenient for teachers to check and students to review after class.
HiTeach CC Campus Version is a value-added service based on the optional add-on modules of the IES platform. Therefore, schools must already have the IES 5 Smarter School Management Service
to purchase this service.
View HiTeach CC License on IES School Management
1. HiTeach CC Campus Version Usage Process Description
The initiation of classroom activities in HiTeach CC Campus Version is started from the IES platform and the steps are explained below: Step 1:
Enter the URL https://www.teammodel.net/
to go to the IES, choose Teacher
, and log in with your TEAM Model account. You can use the scanning function of the mobile HiTA app
to scan the QR code and log in, eliminating the need to remember your account password. Step 2:
After logging into IES, select My Course
, then choose School
, and then click on the CC
button for the class/course you are going to teach. Step 3:
The teaching material selection window will appear, you can select the teaching material on the IES platform (PDF files only) or not, and then click Start Lesson
. Step 4:
A new tab will be opened on your browser and you will enter the HiTeach CC page. If you have selected a teaching material in the previous step, the teaching material will be automatically brought in, and please click OK
. Step 5:
The course list from IES will be displayed and students can join the lesson. Students can:
1. Enter the URL irs5.cc
and enter Classroom No. and PIN No. to joi
2. Teachers can copy the lesson hyperlink for students to join
3. Students can join by scanning the QR Code
Seat numbers of students that have joined are shown in yellow, while those that have not are shown in gray. Teachers can choose whether or not the students have to log in with their own account/password to join or can choose their own name without the need for logging in.
In Step 3
, the sources of materials on the IES include your own personal uploads, as well as school content resources that are managed and co-authored by your school and other teachers.
PDF files on IES can all be used directly in Step 3
The list of courses available in Step 2
includes School Course
and Personal Course
. Personal courses are created by teachers according to their own needs and then students are invited to join the course. School courses are created by school administrators for school teachers, including course names, the instructor, and corresponding class lists. When teachers use the school courses, they can use them as soon as they select them. It's like having a faucet installed and it's very convenient to open and access the course list pre-created.
The school courses are created centrally by the school so that teachers can easily use them.
2. View Lesson Records of HiTeach CC Campus Version
HiTeach CC Campus Version will automatically record lesson data to the IES platform, including interactive history, e-notes, Excel summary sheets, work tasks, etc., for teachers to check and students to review after class.
For example, continuing with the examples listed above, the class may have interactive teaching activities such as whiteboard writing/drawing, sending pages, collection of student work, multiple choice questions, text questions (cloze questions), and Buzz-in.
Students use their tablets or other device's browser to perform activities assigned by the teacher, such as writing or typing text using, answering multiple-choice questions, and typing responses to text questions.
These teaching records, including teacher-student interactions, will be automatically recorded and uploaded to the IES platform when the Hi
button is clicked, followed by the Logout
After the lesson is over, go back to IES, select My Course
, then select the course you have just taught, then select Lesson Record
, then click on the lesson data you want to view.
The data for this lesson is displayed.
From the lesson record, you can download student work, view e-notes of the lesson, or export interactive data into an Excel file.
3. Students can access their lesson records through the AClass ONE Learning Companion
If the school's IES has purchased the AClass ONE Learning Companion
authorization, students can log in with school-issued accounts/passwords after the teacher conducts a lesson using School Course
If the school's IES didn't purchase AClass ONE authorization, the teacher can still use Personal Course
and let the students join the course with accounts they created on their own, so the students can still log in to AClass ONE to view their lesson records.
It is up to the teacher to decide whether a lesson record can be viewed by the students. The teacher can publish a certain lesson record to the students or turn on Auto Sending
so that the students can access AClass ONE to view the record once the lesson is over.
Students can enter the URL https://www.teammodel.net/
and choose Student
. After the account login screen appears, there are two ways of logging in:
1. If students are using a School Course
and your school has purchased AClass ONE authorization, select the School Account Login
on the right, select your school first (you can enter keywords), and then enter the account/password provided by your school to log in.
2. If it is a Personal Course
, students will log in with their own registered account data.
After logging in, select the lesson record to be viewed, and students can view records including the pages that the teacher sent and the history of interactions, as well as teacher's entire lesson e-note.