Hi, and welcome to the getting started guide for teachers using ClassCube. We know you’ll love using ClassCube with your students, but also understand that there’s a bit of a learning curve. This page is a spot where we’ve put everything together to get you up and running.
Create an Account
First step is to create account for yourself. You can head to our registration page to get setup.
Our suggestion is that you use your school email address when you register. This will allow your students to more easily find you.
You also have the option to sign up for our email newsletter. If you’d like to subscribe and get updates in your inbox, check the box. If not, leave it unchecked.
Go ahead and click on the Register button and your account will be created. You should also receive an email welcoming you to ClassCube.
Flag your account as a teacher
When you register, your setup as a student. So you’ll need to let us know that your account should be a teacher account.
Rather than copy and paste the instructions on this page, here is a link on how to update your account.
Create your first problem
And now it’s time to create your first problem.
And like the previous step, it’s easier to link to instructions on creating problems.
Invite students to share
Depending on how you’re planning on using ClassCube, this may be a step you don’t need to take. If you’re using ClassCube as an external tool through Canvas, Moodle, or another LMS you probably don’t need to setup sharing. You’ll have access to your students’ work through your LMS.
If you’re planning on giving your students links to complete their work outside of an LMS you’ll probably want to setup sharing. Here is your link.
Still need help?
ClassCube was built to make the job of teaching computer science easier. If there’s something that you need help with to reach that goal, please join us on our support forums or contact us directly.