Taking Attendance; Answer Within 48 Hours, Lesson.ly

Lesson.ly:

Taking Attendance;

Learning the Ropes

Remember to call roll...

Teach
Roll call! Don't forget to mark attendance...
As you teach your students and help them gain awesome new skills, remember to mark attendance through your account. You will be paid for all lessons you mark attended (or missed).
Marking a lesson missed means the student did not show up for the lesson or didn't give you at least 24 hours notice of a cancellation. You'll still get paid for lessons marked as missed and your student will not be able to reschedule or make-up that lesson.
If your student gives you plenty of notice about skipping a lesson, simply use the gear icon to Cancel or Reschedule the lesson.
Marking lessons
How does marking attendance work?
Lessons for your students on recurring schedules will automatically show up on your TakeLessons calendar. For any students on the flexible Schedule As You Go plan, you'll add lessons to your calendar manually through your account. Once the date and time of your lesson has passed, it will appear in the Attention Required section of your Dashboard.
 "Learning the Ropes
Remember to call roll...


Roll call! Don't forget to mark attendance...
As you teach your students and help them gain awesome new skills, remember to mark attendance through your account. You will be paid for all lessons you mark attended (or missed).

Marking a lesson missed means the student did not show up for the lesson or didn't give you at least 24 hours notice of a cancellation. You'll still get paid for lessons marked as missed and your student will not be able to reschedule or make-up that lesson.
If your student gives you plenty of notice about skipping a lesson, simply use the gear icon to Cancel or Reschedule the lesson.


How does marking attendance work?

Lessons for your students on recurring schedules will automatically show up on your TakeLessons calendar. For any students on the flexible Schedule As You Go plan, you'll add lessons to your calendar manually through your account. Once the date and time of your lesson has passed, it will appear in the Attention Required section of your Dashboard."



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