All of my students are working on their PT. However I have some students who would like to go back to unit 5 to reference some of their work. When they try to, it blocks them and displays ~“your teacher does not expect you here”
To my knowledge, there shouldn’t be anything blocking them from accessing their old work.
I doubt this is the problem, but I would still have students check they’re on the correct version of the curriculum and that the URL at the top should contain “csp5-2019” somewhere in it, not “csp5-2018” or any other year. Also I’m not sure if this is related to the visibility settings of the unit (probably not, as I imagine your students wouldn’t even have been able to get to the page if the unit was hidden).
If it appears your students are doing everything right and they still get that message, notify email@example.com, and include a screenshot if possible, as well as the user names of some of the students impacted. Sorry, not sure if they’ll be able to respond over the weekend/holiday in time for the due date.
Hello! Students will receive that message stating “Your teacher didn’t expect you here…” if you have full units marked as hidden for their section. This is a separate setting from individual lessons within units as either hidden or viewable. You can un-hide units in full from https://studio.code.org/courses/csd and https://studio.code.org/courses/csp for example. For more info, see https://support.code.org/hc/en-us/articles/115001479372-Hiding-units-and-lessons-in-Code-org-courses.
Furthermore, while only 1 course can be assigned to a section, the course that is assigned to a section is just the first one that students will see when they log in. Students can continue to access any other course at any time by visiting studio.code.org/courses once they sign in, or just click on the Code.org logo in the top left corner, then click “Course Catalog” at the top of their homepage. Once students finish at least one puzzle in any course, that course will permanently “stick” to their homepage (studio.code.org/home) for easy access going forward. For example, if you have CSP Unit 5 assigned but want students to visit Unit 4, just have them type in studio.code.org/s/csp4 and complete just one level within that unit. It will then permanently appear on their homepage for easy access.
You as the teacher can change the course you’re viewing progress in in your ‘view progress’ tab by changing the dropdown list on the left side to any other course, to see how your students are doing in courses other than the one assigned. Changing the course assigned will just change what students see first when they log into your section. Hope this helps!