This article discusses the differences between teachers and non-instructional staff in Clever, and provides details about district users who might be considered both staff and teacher.
"Teachers" is the term Clever uses to refer to your district's instructional staff. These are the individuals that are directly managing a classroom and students. Teachers in Clever have unique tools and features that allow them to facilitate digital learning in the classroom. Some resources available to teachers in Clever include:
"Staff" is the term Clever uses to refer to both non-instructional staff (e.g. secretaries, bus drivers, counselors) and instructional staff that are not directly in charge of a classroom (e.g. school tech leads, instructional coaches, and principals).
Clever has two user roles associated with the staff user type:
- Portal Access: This is the default role provided to staff members in Clever. This role provides permissions to access the Clever Portal and any shared applications.
- School Tech Lead: This role in Clever has additional permissions that allows them to manage the Clever Portal on a school-by-school basis.
Can a user be both staff and teacher?
Yes! An individual can be both a teacher and staff in Clever. In most instances, these users can access both user accounts using the same set of credentials.
- For details about configuring sharing permissions for staff, please visit: How do I share staff with applications?
What features are available to teachers and staff?