Using Pre-Built End of the Year Assessment Simulations

Ditch those antiquated test prep booklets and get students ready for state testing with pre-built end of the year simulations! With online simulations, you can easily assign to students and the results are available immediately! Below we’ve answered a couple of your questions regarding how to use the pre-built assessments: 1. Which end of the... Continue Reading →

Read-Aloud: Now available for Assessments K-2

Hi ScootPad Users! We are excited to announce availability of the Read-Aloud feature for K-2 Assessments in both Math and ELA! Your young learners will be able to click on the play button right above their questions to have the question read aloud. We are working on bringing the Read Aloud feature to grades 3 and above,... Continue Reading →

The Difference between Assessments and Practice

I had an interesting experience with my daughter and ScootPad once. She had  just finished 5th grade and was going to be evaluated for placement in advanced math classes in middle school. I decided to get a pulse reading on what her skills were for 6th grade math standards. Thus, I set up a series of... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Education Policy Issues in 2015

1. School readiness for all - In order for children to be ready to begin attending school, it is important that they have mastered their motor skills, socialization skills, and other educational skills. State leaders are looking for high quality early learning programs for younger kids. 2. Experiential and work-based learning - In order to attain... Continue Reading →

3 Ways to Use ScootPad in the Classroom

For many people, ScootPad is an at-home platform to extend learning in school. I use it this way at our house, with my own children. My son has been doing ScootPad for years, when none of his teachers even knew about it! Since I’ve returned to the classroom, I’ve brought the power of ScootPad with me.... Continue Reading →

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