Based on feedback from teachers and other educators, we’re happy to release several improvements to the Assignment Review page for Spelling!

Here’s what we improved on:

1. You can review multiple student results at once. Instead of clicking each student one-by-one, you can see all their scores and results on one page.


2. You can give feedback to multiple students at once. If you have the same feedback to give all or some of your students, select those students and enter the feedback for all of them in one go.


3. You can reassign the assignment to a student or multiple students. For students who have scored below expectations, this is a quick way to have them do the assignment again.


4. You can review results by student or by word and easily identify which words or students need some attention.


5. You can print your students’ submissions and their feedback details for your records, or for your students to take home to show their parents.


We hope these improvements help you more efficiently review your students’ results! Be on the lookout for similar improvements to the Assignments Review page for Reading Log, Projects, eBooks, Writing, Math & ELA in the coming days.

If you have any questions, start a live chat from your account or email us at

The ScootPad Team


Today we’re excited to announce the release dates of the upcoming product improvements and new features that are scheduled to be available over the next several weeks.

Summary of these major releases:

  • Enhanced Assessment Content: 30th Sep 2016
  • New Practice 2.0 Feature: 31st Oct 2016
  • New Lessons Feature: 18th Nov 2016
  • New Curricula & Standards: 16th Dec 2016

For more details, please review the included Google slides.

Stay tuned for more details and learn how to start using these new features with your students. Hope you’ll love these new features as much as we do.

The ScootPad Team

We’ve given the Student Dashboard a new look based on feedback from teachers and parents like you!

Tasks are now color coded by type:

  • Assessments are pink
  • Placement tests are orange
  • Assignments are green
  • Practices are purple

Student Daisy’s dashboard

Students can view tasks by all types or by each individual type. The Launch button for each task is now simply called Start.

The Class Wall is also in the forefront, right next to the students’ Tasks.

We hope these changes make ScootPad even more engaging, and easier for your students to choose the correct task they need to work on!

The ScootPad Team


Teacher Training & PD

Are you a teacher looking to become more ScootPad-saavy, or an admin wanting to get your teachers trained on ScootPad?

We’ve got you covered with on-demand help resources, free webinars, and PDs!

Get trained swiftly in 3 easy steps

Please follow this recommended training approach, and teachers will be able to fancy themselves ScootPad experts:

  1. First, have teachers navigate through their account, and check out our Training page for helpful tips and videos.
  2. Then, have teachers sign up for a free weekly webinar to further learn basic to advanced ScootPad skills. They can sign up for a webinar on our Training page.
  3. Finally, schedule a PD workshop, a personalized live webinar training just for your school. Email for more information or to schedule a PD.

Free Weekly Webinars

Our free webinars are open for anyone to sign up! And did we mention they’re FREE?Here’s our schedule (all times in Pacific):

Every Tueday:
2pm – ScootPad for Admins
3pm – Admins: Exciting Improvements on ScootPad

Every Wednesday:
11:30am – ScootPad Basics for Teachers
12:30pm – ScootPad Advanced for Teachers
3pm – Teachers: Exciting Improvements on ScootPad

Every Thursday:
2pm – ScootPad Basics for Teachers
3pm – ScootPad Advanced for Teachers

Register Now

We look forward to getting you trained and turning you int a ScootPad expert!

The ScootPad Team


Back to School Tips

We hope you had a wonderful summer vacation! As the new school year approaches, here are some helpful action items for you to get your classroom(s) ready for your new students.

If you’re using an already existing classroom…

  1. Un-enroll your old students: Here’s how
  2. Change the name of your classroom: Here’s how
  3. Enroll new students: Enroll existing studentscreate new student accounts, or student self-enroll
  4. Adjust the grade level for your students: Math/ELA, Spelling, eBooks

If you’re new to ScootPad, or just starting fresh and creating a brand new classroom…

  1. On your homepage, click the + sign to add a new classroom, name your classroom, and choose the grade level
  2. Enroll new students: Enroll existing studentscreate new student accounts, or student self-enroll

If you need to delete an old classroom, follow these steps.

Don’t forget to let your students know their login info, and keep their parents in the loop! Print student sign-in cards and Parent Letters. You can now customize the letter or translate it to spanish or 30 other languages.

That’s pretty much all you need to get started this year. There is always more to learn so don’t hesitate to explore or reach out to our support team via live chat, phone or email.

Also, make sure to check out our Help Center with step by step info on using ScootPad.

The ScootPad Team


Today we’ve launched the Content Exchange and a completely redesigned , device-friendly version of Assessments. This is just the beginning of a series of major improvements announced for release this summer!

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Collaborate not only with the teachers at your school or district, but also with educators all over the world! Browse the Question Bank, Assessment Bank, and Wordlist Bank (coming soon) to find standards-aligned, educator-created and curated content. Create your own content using 50+ tech-enhanced item formats and share it with your school, your district or even better – share with the rest of the ScootPad community. Common Core Standards, Indiana Academic Standards and England National Standards are currently available (10 more state and international curriculums are planned for release in the coming months).

Totally Redesigned Assessments
Gauge your students’ progress with formative assessments, benchmark assessments and SBAC/PARCC simulation tests. Our revamped assessment features now help you find content with enhanced depth and rigor. Choose among questions with different DOK levels and TEI formats to build your own assessment, or simply select concepts and let ScootPad auto-generate an assessment for you!

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What’s new in Assessments:

  • Auto-generate an assessment or custom build by hand-picking questions
  • Filters: New filters make it easy to find exactly the kind of assessments and questions you’re looking for. Filter by standards, DOK, question formats, and more.
  • Cart to help you add questions and review quick summary of the assessment
  • Bookmark assessments and questions for quick access at any time in future

Create Your Own Questions
Creating new questions is a lot easier now with the easy-to-follow steps and the final question verification before saving the question. Go ahead and create questions using our 50 technology enhanced item formats.

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Refreshing UI Improvements
Color themes now available for you to personalize your ScootPad experience.

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We’ve also made several user experience improvements across ScootPad including a much simpler and cleaner homepage, Parent Invitation Letters with your own custom message and translation to many languages including spanish.

Having trouble with any of these changes?
Here’s a friendly reminder to check your device to make sure it is compatible with ScootPad. The statuses of each item should say “OK”. Click here to check your device now.

Check out the revised Help Center articles for more information on Assessments and the new Content Exchange, or sign up for our free weekly webinars to see these improvements live in action: Teachers: Wednesdays @ 3pm Pacific / Admins: Thursdays @ 3pm Pacific.

We hope you’ll love these improvements as much as we love them.

The ScootPad Team

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