Sep 09 2020 04:23 AM
Sep 09 2020 04:23 AM
We have made one team per class of students with teachers as owners of the team, as per our country's policy. Problem is that there doesn't seem to be a way to set it so that Teachers don't get pinged every time some assingment is given to all of the pupils. It seems that the ping comes from the program automatically pinging the whole team which is bad. This also means we can't just turn off in notifications this type of event, because most still want to get notifications when a person mentions them, rather than a headless program.
So is there a way for teachers on android and ios phones not to be notified about assignments that other teachers make?
Oct 27 2020 08:10 AM
Oct 28 2020 12:48 AM - edited Oct 28 2020 12:50 AM
@blazodjurovic "We have made one team per class of students with teachers as owners of the team, as per our country's policy".
That is not a very good policy. We had rolled out teams in two different ways, for junior classes we used your approach and for senior classes we created a team per grade subject group. Our experience with the junior learners' teams was as you described it. It was horrible. Going forward I therefore do not recommend that approach. One team for each subject+grade with one teacher. Then use channels to create a timeline. If you need supervision, you can always add another teacher to your team as a 'peer reviewer'.
Nov 10 2020 01:52 PM
@blazodjurovic Also searching for an answer to the same issue - we have instructors working alongside the lecturers at different levels. The assignments notifications are fine for the lecturers at that level but not relevant to either the instructors or lecturers working at different levels. Having one team and separate channels would be too complicated for our students to handle - they are already struggling with a general channel and a chat/calls channel.
Jan 25 2021 01:26 AM
I completely agree, as a specialist subject teacher added to a year group team I really don't need to be updated every 5 seconds with assignments that do not concern me. It is driving me and other specialist teachers completely round the bend and worse than that it is interrupting our other teaching.
There has to be a solution.