Add a Co-teacher to Your Section
Sections on CodeHS can be co-taught by multiple teachers. This will give teachers the ability to view, and grade student work, as well as give them administrative privileges over the section.
Finding the SignUp Link for your Co-Teacher
From your section roster page, click the gear icon in the top right corner of the page to open Section Settings.
You can also get here by clicking the "..." icon and choosing Edit Section from your Teacher Page :
Co-Teacher Signup Instructions
Your co-teacher can sign up by:
- Creating a teacher account at codehs.com/signup/teacher
- Visiting codehs.com/join_class_teacher and entering your section's code
Removing a Co-Teacher
Our team is happy to remove co-teachers from your sections. If you would like to remove a co-teacher please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Share your Course with Other Teachers with Teacher Permissions
You can also give other teachers access to your course to view, edit, and use in their own sections. This will allow teachers access to a course, but not access to student work in your section.
To invite a teacher to collaborate on a course:
- Go to your Courses page
- Click the gear icon to access Course Settings
- Scroll down, add the teacher's email, and press Submit.
- Change the teachers access level under permission.
-View: Allow teachers to use assignments in their section
-Edit: Allow teachers to view and use course as well as add/remove, edit, and reorder assignments.
-Admin: Allow View and Edit privileges and permission to add/remove collaborators.
Co-Creating and Editing Shared Assignments
Co-teachers with edit permission can edit custom assignments in their shared courses. Learn more about permission in Adding a Co-Teacher to Your Section and Course.
To edit an assignment:
- Navigate to the course Assignments page
- Click edit next to the assignment name
- Click save after any changes are made
View more information about the assignment in the About tab including the assignment's owner and when it was last edited.
Still have questions? Contact our team at email@example.com to learn more!