How Florence School District Three launched distance learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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.

Student Experience: Best Practices

Enhancing the student experience is of paramount importance to us at ScootPad since it is so critical to student success and in helping them achieve mastery. We want each and every student to be engaged, enriched, and encouraged, so we asked teachers and admins from across ScootPad to share some of their best demonstrated practices. Read below and see how others are setting the stage for an awesome student experience.

ScootPad has been recognized as a leader in the Global Adaptive Learning market

We're excited to announce that ScootPad has been recognized as a leader in the rapidly growing Global Adaptive Learning market by HTF market research. HTF’s research report Global Adaptive Learning Software Market 2017-2021, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. HTF’s research also forecasts the global adaptive learning software market... Continue Reading →

Scaling Up Personalized Learning

By 2020, we expect most K-12 schools to be using personalized learning in at least one way, but it's a shift that will require more than just technology. It’s a big challenge, but it’s great to see many early adopters showing the way by implementing truly personalized learning solutions such as ScootPad. Bill Gates, in... Continue Reading →

EdSurge research confirms TRUE adaptive learning through ScootPad

“Adaptive learning” is a popular edtech buzzword, used by curriculum and learning management systems alike.  Yet, there’s very little clarity around what this technology does, doesn’t do, and how it actually works. With support from education giant Pearson, EdSurge spent six months extensively researching and developing a framework on what “adaptive learning technology” does. Learn more about EdSurge's... Continue Reading →

Huntsville City Schools Finds Success With ScootPad and Extends License

We’re pleased to announce that Huntsville City Schools renewed their ScootPad district-wide license for the 2015-2016 school year, enabling personalized learning for each and every student while preparing them for the high-stakes assessments. Huntsville City Schools, one of the premier school districts in the state of Alabama serving over 23,000 students, started using ScootPad back in April 2014. Huntsville... Continue Reading →

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