Faculty view their current rosters by following the steps below. (Note that you cannot view rosters from previous school years.)
- Log in to myON as a Faculty member.
- Click Classroom, then Students.
- You will see a list of the students in the roster, including first names, last names, the groups they are in, the last time each student logged in, and whether audio is allowed (green).
To change a student's information select the button in the Edit column (). To print a student profile report with information about the student's reading and Lexile® score, select in the Print column; students can also access this report. For more information, see a video about the Student Profile Report.
In the list of students, you can also check students that you want to assign to a group, remove from the roster, or change the audio setting for. Then, use the drop-down list above the list of students to choose what you would like to do.
If you choose the Assign to Group option, use the group drop-down list that opens to choose the group to assign the students to as shown below. Then, in the message that opens, select Yes to confirm that you want to add students to the group.
If you choose Remove, select Yes in the message to confirm that you want to remove the students from your roster.
If you chose Audio Setting, use the drop-down list that opens to choose whether audio should always be on, always off, or on only on weekends. Then, select Yes in the message that opens to confirm that you want to change the audio settings.
You can also add a new student to myON by selecting Create Student; for details, see How to Create Student Accounts (Faculty).
On the left side of the page, you will see how many students are in your roster and in each of your groups. If you want to add a group, select Add Group; see How to Create Groups (Faculty) for more information. For existing groups, you can assign more students, download information about the students in a group, or delete groups. You will also see the group code that you can give to students so that they can join the group on their own (if student self-enrollment is allowed).