How to invite students in Mathspace:
Mathspace provides a convenient way for students to join your classes. You can find your class code by navigating to your Class Settings.
Clicking on the code will show the join class link which you can copy and share with your students.
Students can then join your class by going into that link.
If your students have already logged into Mathspace, they will also have a menu option to "Join a Class" using the same code.
For new students who do not have a Mathspace account yet, simply give them the join class link. They will then be able to create a Mathspace account and be populated straight into your class.
If you prefer, you can also type each student's name in, or use the Mathspace template to do a CSV import. The template can be found on the Settings page.
For existing students who have used Mathspace before, the most reliable way for them to join your class is for them to first log in to Mathspace. If they have forgotten their passwords, they can reset it on the login page as long as they have linked their Mathspace account to an email address.
Once they have logged in, they will have a "Join a class" menu option, where they can enter the 6 character class code.
If they are unable to recover their account, you will need to enter them in manually. Begin typing their names into fields, and their account should pop up. Click on Add students -> Add existing students to add that student's existing account to your class. You can then reset their password and inform them of their username/email address to log in with.
If you type in a student's name and there are multiple copies of the same student, that means that they have duplicate accounts. You will need to choose one to add to your class. If you add both students to your class, you will be able to see the points for the accounts. Typically, the account with the most points is the most recently used one. You can then remove the duplicate account from your class by clicking the "Remove button.
To permanently remove duplicate accounts (or students who have left the school), please contact your School Liaison.
Click here to find out more information about Personal class settings.