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Setting up multiple student accounts in a Classroom

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cmnprof

Students in our district are not allowed to use their email to sign up. MIT's Scratch handles this perfectly. Teacher can submit a CSV sheet with username,password pairs for a class. No email is required.

I don't mind setting them up one by one, but requiring each student to supply an email won't work for me.

Any ideas? Thx,

Carl

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DanielTerner

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peternguyen15

You could create 1 or a few Replit accounts for you to supervise, give the students the login information and have them each create a new replit file with their name so you all will know who's replit belongs to who. I wouldn't recommend using this method as a test taking procedure as students would be able to freely access each others replit, but for activities it could be beneficial.