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Solution Series 6 of 8: After-School Learning

This school year we introduced ScootPad Solutions, a comprehensive set of student-centered learning solutions for teachers, parents and administrators. In this post, we'll discuss how to use ScootPad as an After-School Learning Solution.

Solution Series 2 of 8: Supplemental Practice and Homework

This school year we introduced ScootPad Solutions, a comprehensive set of student-centered learning solutions for teachers, parents and administrators. This week we'll illustrate how to assign Supplemental Practice and Homework, the 2nd of the 8 ScootPad Solutions, ensuring that you can successfully implement this solution in your classroom easily and efficiently.

Solution Series 1 of 8: Mastery Learning

This school year we introduced ScootPad Solutions, a comprehensive set of student-centered learning solutions for teachers, parents and administrators. This week we'll unpack the mystery behind Mastery Learning, 1 of the 8 ScootPad Solutions, ensuring that you can implement the Solution in your classroom easily and efficiently.

New Feature 5 of 10: New and Improved Adaptive Learning

ScootPad is known for the adaptive learning experience enabled by the Learning Paths.  When you set Math and ELA to the comprehensive learning mode, your students are on auto-pilot to learn! With this new and improved feature, your students will experience a much more engaging and personalized journey as they work through their Adaptive Learning Paths.

ScootPad and Canvas Now Integrated to Deliver Single Sign-On

ScootPad is now a Certified Partner of Canvas, a modern learning management system by Instructure, together providing a simplified sign-in process for educators and students. Users are now able to launch into ScootPad right from their Canvas dashboard with one click of a mouse. This... Continue Reading →

Differentiated Learning vs Personalized Learning

Differentiated learning and personalized learning – what’s the difference? These two terms are very commonly used these days and yet, there is very little clarity around their definition and how they work in a classroom setting. No worries - we'll put these terms into... Continue Reading →

Designing a Blended Learning Program

Your school brought technology into the classroom, now you should see amazing results and improvements in learning, right? Not necessarily. Many schools have experienced the on-boarding of technology into their classrooms with minimal student results to show for it. Authors Michael... Continue Reading →

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