FAQ Friday: Can I Alter Which Levels A Student Has Access To?

Q: Can I Alter Which Levels A Student Has Access To? A: Yes Our courses are designed for students to progress one at a time, from 1 to 60 in math and 1 to 50 in reading and comprehension. There are times a teacher or parent may want to allow their students access to advanced… Read More

FAQ Friday: How Do I Add Students To My Teacher Account?

Once you’ve created a teacher account, logged in, and created a class, you’ll be able to use your license codes to add students. There are two options for adding students. “Add Student Course” allows you to enroll students one at a time, and “Add Multiple Students” allows you to enroll an entire class in multiple… Read More

FAQ Friday: How Do I Create a Class?

Creating classes is an easy way to organize students. It’s similar to creating folders on your computer to organize different groups of documents. This is important if you need to separate certain groups of students for reporting and monitoring. Step 1: Log-in  to your account using the green LogIn button at the top left corner… Read More

New Feature: Skip the Intro for Repeated Levels

When students who have already earned a bronze medal (75%) on a level go back to REVIEW the lesson again, they will see a “SKIP” button during the instruction (intro and song) at the top of the screen (next to the pause/rewind). Skipping is optional, and only for a repeated lesson already at 75% or… Read More

FAQ Friday: Can Two Teachers Have Access to One Student Account?

Q: Can Two Teachers Have Access to One Student Account? A: Yes We find that this is a common question asked by resource teachers, librarians, after school teachers/coordinators, and anyone working with students where they are not the primary instructor. For teachers and administrators to do this, they will have to request (and be granted)… Read More