This article contains the following:
1. What are teachers?
2. What are staff?
3. What features are available to teachers and staff?
What are teachers?
Teachers is the term that Clever uses to refer to the instructional staff at a school. These are the individuals that are directly managing a classroom and students. Teachers have unique tools and features that allow them to facilitate digital learning in the classroom. Some tools and features available to teachers include:
What are staff?
Staff is the term that Clever uses to refer to both non-instructional staff (secretaries, bus drivers, counselors) and instructional staff that are not directly in charge of a classroom (school tech leads, instructional coaches, and principals).
Clever has two user roles associated with the staff user type:
Click on any of the links above for more in-depth information about each user role along with the level of permissions associated with each.
Did you know?
An individual can be both a teacher and a staff member in Clever. If both a teacher and a staff member in Clever, you can access both user accounts using the same set of credentials in most instances. After signing in, you’ll select which user you’d like to log in:
However, if your district uses custom usernames and passwords for single sign-on (SSO) (rather than through a third party like Google), you will have two distinct sets of credentials: one for your teacher account and one for your staff account. That means your Username will be different between your two accounts. Please check with your district admin for more information on what your credentials should be for your teacher account and staff account.
What features are available to teachers and staff?