This is where you can find the most common questions from teachers and learners.
Scoutlier is a proud member of the Student Data Privacy Consortium. Our pledge is to carry out responsible stewardship and to safeguard student privacy. Students and their schools own the work added to Scoutlier. We do not use your content, sell your data, or advertise on the Scoutlier platform. Learners’ data is visible only to the Teacher’s Classroom to which the assignment is assigned, or to the learners to whom a collaborative assignment has been shared.
Scoutlier and our mobile apps are free to use for teachers and learners.
Follow 3 easy steps from our Get Started page to create an account, build or borrow an activity, and assign work to students.
Teachers who log in with Google Classroom can sync their classrooms and push assignments to all students within a single Google Classroom roster of their choice. Each assignment can be viewed, commented, and graded to the Google Classroom gradebook upon student submission.
You can share an assignment directly with your students with a link, or you can create a Scoutlier class to share assignments. To learn how to create a Scoutlier class check out this support document.
Teachers can share assignments with students though Google Classroom or Scoutlier Classroom or with an assignment code. To see the student access information check out this support document.
If a student is not seeing a Google Classroom assignment Have them log out of Scoutlier and log in back into Scoutlier making sure they select Google Classroom when logging in. After logging in select my classrooms on the left and select their class to see assignments.
Find something you like in the community library or expert content. To add to your work space select ACTIONS on the upper right and then COPY. The activity or folder will then be located in your workspace.
Refresh the page if you are not seeing student responses appearing. This should do the trick, but if you are still having issues, please contact us email@example.com.
You can keep your workspace organized by creating folders. While creating a folder you can add a 200×200 logo to label the folders. In my workspace click on create folders on the right to get started.
Did you know that you can share a lesson with a colleague?
Learn how to use the Community Library assignments:
While creating or editing an assignment you can reorder steps. Select the reorder icon in the upper right of the assignment.