How do I log into my course?
Your World of Learning course is accessed via Genius, our student information system.
2. Log in with the credentials provided to you at onboarding. See the article on password recovery if you don't know or remember your password.
3. After you get into Genius, you will see your course listed on a course tile. Under the course name, click the “Launch” button. This will take you to a new webpage.
4. On the new webpage (Canvas), click on the course box to get into the course.
5. On the homepage of the course, click the globe, and read through the Orientation Introduction.
That’s it! You’re now ready to start your course.
How can I check my child's progress in their WOL course?
Video instructions: Text instructions: To monitor your child's grades and progress, you log into your Genius account which mirrors what your child sees when they log in. The dashboard will provide you with an overall grade on the course tile. To see ...
How do I log into the WOL student information system?
World of Learning student information is accessed via Genius, our student information system. Logging into your Genius account: 1. Go to: https://wol.geniussis.com/ 2. Log in with the credentials provided to you. See the article on password recovery ...
How do I view the course materials as a facilitator?
To view the course materials in Canvas, you will need to first sign into Genius with your login credentials. Once in Genius, click on the MyGenius tab (far right on the blue bar across the top), then click on "Go to LMS." In the page that appears, ...
How can I see if a student has submitted work?
To find out if a student has submitted work, log into your Genius account. Locate a student by searching in the Students module, or by typing their name in the search bar at the top of the page: Once you have located the student, click on their name. ...
What if a workbook, checkpoint or exam does not load completely?
Sometimes, an activity may appear to be cut off at the bottom of the page. You may notice this if the words in a sentence appear to be cut off (as in the image below), or a multiple-choice question doesn't show any answer choices. If you experience ...