Teachers are a creative lot and find a way to do incredible things to help their students succeed. Explore some of the ways our fellow teachers have used Scoutlier and find some inspiration.
Preparing your students for a skills-based career? Scoutlier is the perfect tool to capture experiential learning and document acquisitions of skills.
Art, Music, PE, Robotics and World Language teachers use Scoultier to document progress and conduct performance check-ins.
Students can fall behind for a variety of reasons. Scoultier activities can help them recover and get back on track. Teachers create scaffolded, self-directed learning activities to help students master the foundation skills and knowledge to bring them up to speed for future success. Explore ideas to support students’ credit recovery.
Scoutlier is designed to collect data and work on mobile devices. Are you going out in the field? Use Scoutlier to capture images of the environment and collect data. This data can be used for students to collaborate on research and draw conclusions. How about a field trip? Use Scoutlier to create a field trip guide and have students gather evidence or document learning during the trip.
Scoutlier provides a simple, useable tool to help ensure that learning goals are effectively and efficiently delivered. Explore sample curriculum and uses of Scoutlier in Special Education. Scoutlier:
Do you run a club or scouting program? Scoutlier can support your members’ activities. For example, in FIRST @ Home, robotic clubs use Scoutlier activities to guide participants through the FIRST activities, leading them to success.