The how-to guide for SplashLearn teachers.
Over 1 in 3 schools in the US now use SplashLearn in their classrooms. Our goal is to make the most engaging learning experiences to transform each child into a fearless learner.
For school-wide access, write to us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here's an attempt to help you with the journey of SplashLearn! Go through the virtual tour of SplashLearn especially curated for you to get started.
1. SplashLearn Teacher Signup
Creating a teacher account on SplashLearn is very simple. Visit splashlearn.com to begin and go through the steps in the video to complete the setup.
2. Creating a new Classroom and Adding students
The next step is to create a classroom by adding students. You just have to add student names separated by a comma or you can directly upload a sheet. Go through the video to learn more.
3. How to import your Google Classroom to SplashLearn?
4. Home Access for Remote Learning
Teachers can enable Home Access to Parents, just by adding their emails. It involves parents in the kid's growth. Also, Parents can access all the teacher assigned content for the student. Go through the video to learn more.
5. Class Assignments - How to give Class Assignments?
Once the classroom is created, a teacher can assign skills for practice. It helps students to memorize the chapters. Go through the video to learn more.
6. Assignment Reports - How to use Assignment Reports?
Teachers can monitor class performance with SplashLearn's reporting features. Assignment reports are auto-grouped making it easier for teachers to take necessary reinforcement steps. Go through the video to learn more.
7. Assessments - How to give Class Assessments?
Classroom Assessments are powerful diagnostic tools that allow teachers to take quick assessments to identify the skill gaps. Go through the video to know how to give the assessments.
8. Assessments Reports - How to use Assessment Reports?
Assessments Reports help in measuring the growth of students and provide useful insights on learning gaps. This also helps teachers to provide students with suitable differentiated instructions and personalized learning plans. Go through the video to learn more.
9. Teaching Tool
Teaching Tools are an important resource that helps teachers in passing instructions in a classroom. It can be used in a remote classroom setup as well. Go through the video to learn more.
10. Student Login - How to login using Class Code?
The student login process with the Class Code is very simple. Class Code is available at the top left on the teacher dashboard and in student rosters. Please go through the video to know more.
11. How to use My ToDo's (assigned by the teacher) on the student dashboard? (From My Teacher)
All the teacher assigned tasks (Home-Assignments and Classroom Assessments) can be found in the "My ToDo's" section in the Student Dashboard. Please go through the video to learn more.
12. How to use Practice cards and Redo box?
Student Dashboard also consists of cards for retention, fact-fluency, and other purposes. Please go through the video to learn more.
13. Math Facts.
"Math Facts" is one of the most powerful practice tools on the student dashboard. It helps students to build fact-fluency and provide them major math confidence. Please go through the video to learn more.
You can also visit our pages for other student dashboard related queries. Click Here
14. How to sign up for the classroom linked parent account? (With Teacher Code)
Signing up for a classroom linked account can be done in a few easy steps. You can refer to this article for more information.
Parents can signup without the teacher code as well, the account created would NOT be linked to a classroom directly. Click Here
For school-wide access, please email - email@example.com.
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