Built for the Common Core

Unlike the traditional learning tools, ScootPad was developed and built strictly for use with the Common Core State Standards (adopted by forty-five states and the District of Columbia). As a result of Common Core, Students will be evaluated on a whole new level which has left some educators unsure of how to properly administer instruction.

Change is never easy, but we believe ScootPad can help ease this transition for all involved, including educators and parents. Scootpad offers valuable supplemental teaching tools to prepare kids for success in the classroom, on standardized tests, and beyond.

Self-Paced Practice


Students can familiarize themselves with the new concepts by completing self-paced Math or ELA/Reading practices! Students can take unlimited number of practices and move along their Common Core aligned learning path at their own pace.


Review Results

Using ScootPad’s assessments, teachers can gain real-time results and immediately tailor their instruction to target areas of weakness. Designed after the new SBAC and PARCC systems, these assessments let students familiarize themselves with and try out the same question types they will see on the state standardized tests.

Response to Intervention


Parents and teachers can get an in depth look into their kid’s performance on specific Common Core concepts by reviewing the advanced reports. These reports provide valuable and timely data that can be used in remediation.

See how teachers all around the world support the Common Core by watching this video. For more information on the CommonCore State Standards, please visit http://www.corestandards.org/.

As always, we’re interested in your feedback, so feel free to send us your ideas, suggestions and comments.

ScootPad Team

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