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Create Lesson Notes for Students/Parents to See
Create Lesson Notes for Students/Parents to See

See how to create and email lesson notes meant for students/parents to see.

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Written by Julie Myers
Updated over a week ago

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About This Tutorial

After you create a lesson, you can go in and add notes. There are two types of notes you can add:

  • Private Notes: These notes are only viewable by you, the teacher.

  • Student Notes: These notes are meant for students/parents and can be emailed to them.

This tutorial will show you how to create lessons notes that are viewable by students/parents. And then how to email those notes.

Note: Email notes when you are ready to set attendance.

Notes: Notes will automatically be viewable to students, in their Duet account's Lesson History section, once the lesson date and time has passed.

Create Lesson Notes for Student/Parents to See

This is a two step process. First you create and save the notes. Second, you email the notes.

Let's say that your student/parents wishes to know how they did in each lesson. As the teacher, you can do this by adding notes into the lesson and then emailing those notes.

  1. Click on Calendar.

  2. Find and click on the lesson you want to add notes in. In this example it is May 17th, 2022.

    The Scheduled Lesson popup box will open.

  3. Click on the Pencil icon to edit the lesson.

    The Edit Lesson popup box will open.

  4. Click on Add notes for {student's name}. In this example, the student is Frederic Chopin.

    This will show the notes text fields.

  5. In the Notes for {student's name} text field type in your notes.

  6. Scroll down and click on Update Lessons button.

  7. Next, you will need to email the notes. Click on the lesson to go back into it.

  8. Click on the Set Attendance button.

    This will open up the Set Attendance popup box.

  9. Scroll down and click on the Send Email to student/parent with lesson notes: box to check it.

    Note: You can also edit your notes here if you wish.

  10. Scroll down and click on the Submit button.

    An email has been sent to the student/parent. Here is an example email sent to a student's Gmail account:

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