How do I sign up my students for accounts at Code.org?

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Your teacher dashboard allows you to create sections that allow for students to join with either picture- or phrase-based passwords, or with their own email/password-based account on Code Studio.

  • Option A for Students without email addresses: Login to your teacher account, and create a section (from your teacher dashboard) with the option of "picture" or "word" in the column for 'login type.' Then, add students to the section and print out log-in cards for them all. For students to login to these accounts, have them visit code.org/join and enter the associated 6-character code for your section. They can also just go to the unique web page listed at the bottom of your 'manage students' tab. It will look something like studio.code.org/sections/ABCDEF. That ABCDEF at the end of the URL is your section's unique code. Students do NOT need an email address for this sign-up option.
    • Code.org/join will look like this, asking students to enter a 6-character code: Screen_Shot_2017-06-22_at_9.27.54_AM.png 
    • Upon typing in that 6-character code at code.org/join, students will be brought to a page with a list of all students' names to choose theirs from. Once selecting their name, they can enter their picture or word password to join your section. Screen_Shot_2017-06-22_at_9.23.33_AM.png
  • Option B for students with email addresses: Create a section for your classroom and choose 'login type' to be "email." Your students can then create accounts at studio.code.org/users/sign_up, then visit code.org/join and enter the 6-character section code of the section you created, which can be found at the bottom of your 'manage students' tab. Students can also just navigate to this link itself, instead of typing in the 6-character code at code.org/join. Note that students and teachers don't need a real working email address to sign up for an email-based account
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