ALE Application for Parents: Proposed Courses
In the ALE application, you have the ability to propose courses that can then be added to the Student Learning Plan by the Certificated Teacher. The process involves several steps.
- If desired, course templates can be created by school staff and made available to you
- You complete the course proposal form
- Certificated Teacher reviews the proposed course and makes any necessary edits
- Course is then added to the Student Learning Plan by the Certificated Teacher
To propose a course:
Log into the ALE application and select the learning plan that you’d like to propose a course for.
Once you have opened the Student Learning Plan, navigate to the Subjects/Courses tab and select “SLP Proposed Courses”
To add a course, click the “Add ALE Course” button at the top right of the screen.
The following form will open where the first step is to Name and save your course before you can begin making edits.
If you are starting with a template created by school staff, click on blue “Select” button on the “Template Option” field to view a list of available templates to choose from. You can choose one by using the check mark to the left of the available selections
Whether you choose a template or not, you have the option to rename your course and add a description if you are creating the course yourself rather than using a predefined template. Once that’s done, click the blue “Add” button at the top right.
Your saved course will now display in the list of SLP Proposed Courses. To edit the course details, use the row action gear next to the desired course to select “Edit.”
You will now be in the “Edit Course” interface where there are several tabs across the top with different sections of the course available for edit.
If you started with a template, you will see some fields will already have data filled in. If you started by building a course from scratch, all of your fields will be empty.
Parents are able to edit/add information to the following fields located on each tab (in parenthesis):
- Course name (Details)
- Description (Details)
- District Approved Curriculum (Details)
- Instructional Materials Needed (Details)
- Learning Activities (Activities)
- Evaluation (Evaluation)
- Timelines (Evaluation)
You will be able to view surfaced data in other fields, but not edit or make additions. Once you are done making changes, click on the “Save” button in the top right corner.
Your proposed courses will now be available to your student’s Advisor to view where they can make further edits and add the course to the Student Learning Plan.