We offer Single Sign On from various Learning Management Systems including Schoolbox, Canvas and Moodle among others.
Please contact us on 1300 88 20 45 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
If you used MathsOnline in 2019 you DO NOT need to register your school again for 2020. Follow one
of the methods below to rollover your classes for 2020.
New schools please register here and instructions will be emailed to you.
Step 1: Download the spreadsheet template (see the 'Supporting Downloads' section at top of page)
Step 2: Populate the spreadsheet with the full list of teachers and students who will be using MathsOnline this year.
Step 3: Email the completed spreadsheet to . MathsOnline staff will process this spreadsheet, overwriting all existing accounts in the process, and return new logins and passwords for all students and teachers.
Step 4: Distribute the new logins and passwords to your students and fellow teachers.
Manually roll over existing students, teachers and classes
Whoever makes these changes will need to be a ‘full administrator’. Only full administrators can administer all students, teachers and classes (N.B. more than one teacher can be a full administrator).
For a school with around 1,000 students, this process may take approximately 1-2 hours.
Step 2: If you have new teachers at the school, you will need to create accounts for them first. Go to the All Teachers menu and click the ‘Add Teacher’ button.
Step 3: For new year groups at your school, it may be easier for you to download and populate a new student list spreadsheet (link at top of page), and return it to us to process. If the number of new students is small, you can add the students yourself.
Step 4: Navigate to the All Classes menu, and change all of your existing class names to include 2016 in its title by pressing the ‘Append 2016 to Class Names’ button. We do this because chances are you will have a 7M1 or similar in every year and you don’t want to mix up these class rolls later. It also makes subsequent steps in this process a whole lot quicker and easier.
Step 5: Create new class names and assign teachers to them.
Step 6: If you have classes that stay (or mostly stay) together from one year to the next, all you need to do is change the class name. For example, change 7M1-2016 to 8M1. Do this in the All Classes menu by selecting the class and pressing the ‘Edit’ button.
Step 7: Delete any student who has left the school from that class, and then add any student that is new to the school.
Step 8: Navigate to the All Students menu. Each student still in a class with -2016 in its title will need to have their class changed. Select the student, press ‘Edit’ and choose the new class from the list. This is by far the most tedious step, but if you did step 5 above accurately, it is simple as they are much more visible.