Here in the US, we contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have a contact person where you are? Sometimes they are able to assist you with this sort of issue.
I'm confused. Adnan seems to have asked his question in October 2011 but all your responses are from 2009. I'm confused! I've had the same problem as Adnan actually and I figured out it was because my group was not set up as private so...anyone who was looking for it could find it but I could not see them as distinct members.
By the term "student" I assume you mean an adult participant in your training. All those that you invite to join the group need to take the action and actually join the group. You might need to remind them to do this and then they will show up in your group. Let me know if this helps (if it does, check that my response answered your question:). Also, check out this document about using groups: Using the Group Feature for Your Training
See image for public or members only group:
See image for private groups if they haven't been invited:
See image for private groups if they have been invited:
Yes, Senior Trainers and Master Teachers can set up groups to use for their Intel Teach courses. It is best to set the groups up as private or secret rather than public in the case of trainings. Once the training is over, the group space can still be used as a place for your participants to interact during the implementation phase of their unit--offering support to each other. Also, make sure to let them know they are welcome to participate in the larger community as well during and after their training.