Summer may be drifting away, but these 5 steps will ensure your classroom is ready for a successful school year!
As the very unpredictable, new school year kicks off, here are some helpful action items (checklist) for you to ensure everyone is ready to hit the ground running with ScootPad!
Educators, by no means will the 20/21 School Year be "normal." In fact, "normal" is being redefined as we publish this. The COVID-19 Pandemic has wreaked havoc across the globe and everyone has been affected in some way. We are extremely sensitive to what this means for you when you return to school in the Fall. Check out the post to see how we can help.
We're excited to announce that Virtual Bootcamp is LIVE! ScootPad is committed to providing educators with various ways of learning how to implement ScootPad. So to that end, we are offering the opportunity to become an expert by joining an admin or a teacher session!
We are ending the the 19/20 School Year with awesome news! If you've been following us, you may have seen the announcement that ScootPad is now a part of the ACT team. We are super excited! Expect that the same awesome service that you have come to know will continue and will only get better.
Today we’re pleased to announce that ScootPad has been acquired by ACT. Grounded in 60 years of research, ACT is a trusted leader in college and career readiness solutions.
Florence County School District Three is the second-largest of the five school districts in Florence County, South Carolina. The district is home to many well-known graduates, such as Challenger astronaut and physicist Dr. Ronald E. McNair, as well as many doctors, lawyers, educators, judges, and business leaders. The ScootPad team virtually interviewed Mary Howard, the district's Director of Early Childhood & Elementary Education to understand their implementation of ScootPad during the pandemic.
Hey Educators! You're starting to settle into a routine and you've been observing how students are responding to online learning. Ultimately, your goal, by the end of the year, is to ensure that students achieve academically. Now more than ever, academic achievement will be tied to how often your students use their resources in order to show proficiency. In this fourth post in the School Closure Tips (series), we intend to show you some innovative ways to keep students engaged.
Educators, for the entire school year, your students have received direct instruction from you. By following a pacing guide and executing on your quarterly, unit and weekly lesson plans, you were able to ensure that students could move onto challenging content and be prepared for the next school year. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has come to an abrupt halt. In this third post in the School Closure Tips (series), we intend to show you 3 ways to mitigate academic losses and ensure students move through the curriculum.