If you have 30 or fewer seats, you can simply assign login information to seats in this pop-up. If you weren’t automatically directed here, in your dashboard click on the blue button that says + Assign Student Logins.
Up pops this dialog box with an empty row for each unassigned seat, ready for the logins for each student. For each seat create a simple username and short student passcode. It only has to be unique to your school or family, so make it simple and easy to enter.**
PLEASE NOTE: We do not want to collect personally identifiable student information, so you see there’s no place for the student’s name. Be sure your usernames help you remember who goes with which username. You do need to know that, but we don’t! Thanks.
Note that your Account number is already filled in. Your students will enter that as they login.
Then be sure to select one of the ten Learning Track from the pull-down menu (see it in the picture). If you need help choosing a Learning Track, you can go to this section in the directions about the Learning Tracks for help deciding where to start.
If you are the owner, you are also the first teacher and you’ll be able to see the progress of all the students. (If you have more than yourself as a teacher, you can select other names as Teacher Mgr.) After you hit the green button + Assign the Student Logins below to the seats then your students are ready to play.
Export login list. To help you keep track of the logins you’ve created you can click on the gray box (next to the green Assign the student logins…” that says, “Export login list.” That will give you the list of the logins you just created.
Better yet, if you want a COMPLETE list, go back to your dashboard and click on the “Export Students” button. That will give you all the logins you have created for your account. That has the advantage of having an empty column entitled “Student Name” where you can type in their names to keep a copy for your own records. We don’t record that information on our website, but you’re welcome to save a copy for yourself.
**BE KIND. Your child has to enter the username, passcode and Account number every time they login to play. So be kind and make these short, easy to remember, and easy to type in. Initials or nicknames for username, a short word or 3 or 4 digits for a passcode would work great.