Our Learning Impact
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We help students solve more problems with our spaced and interleaved retrieval practice method which enables higher levels of conceptual learning and leads to successful application of knowledge over the long term.
Concepts Remediated
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When students struggle with concepts, we automatically scaffold to their prerequisites (at or below grade level) filling all knowledge gaps in real-time and helping them move ahead to achieve mastery in the entire curriculum.
Concepts Unlocked
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As students master prerequisite concepts, we automatically move students ahead by unlocking more dependent and advanced concepts so that they are only introduced to content they are absolutely ready to learn.
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Case Studies

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Lynn Andrews, Allesandro Elementary School
ScootPad continues to hit the mark on providing students with much needed Math and Reading practice while acquiring computer knowledge. ScootPad has become an important tool in the success of our students.
Howard Greenfield, Silver Oak Elementary School
With the use of ScootPad, our 3rd graders grew on their state test, 21% in ELA and 7% in math.
Rebecca Balentine, Huntsville City Schools
Students whose abilities range from below grade level to those who are performing consistently above their grade level are challenged on a daily basis. We love ScootPad and look forward to using it next year.
Joseph Macchia, Oak Lawn-Hometown School District
We were immediately impressed with both the adaptive nature of the platform, as well as the depth and breadth of data available to our teachers.
Cheryl Hill, Fort Gibson Public Schools
Every student in our district has a device as part of our district 1:1 initiative. Our elementary students (k-5) use ScootPad as an integral part of their virtual instruction using their own devices. They communicate with their teachers and receive assignments and practice through ScootPad.
Mrs. Ussery, Zolfo Springs Elementary
I was HOOKED the minute I signed up my class. ScootPad helped my students and myself understand what each standard was addressing.
Mrs. Hernandez, Kapowsin Elementary
Students have made progress in both math and reading. I also like that we don't have to print out any papers. Parents are able to view students' work and reports as well.
Mrs. Michele Liggins, James Jackson Elementary
My students have shown substantial academic achievement while utilizing ScootPad. I have seen great improvement from my lowest students (first grade level) to substantial gains from my higher students (third grade level).
Ms. Michelle Shelton, Highland Park Elementary
It is a great timesaver when I can have them reading and responding to informational passages and they can see immediate results. Their scores have climbed this year on benchmark tests and I know ScootPad is a big part of the reason why! We LOVE ScootPad in our classroom!
Patty Clancy, Deputy Elementary
I'm seeing great results because my students' scores are improving on their math and reading assignments.
Ms. Rebecca Dunn, Carolina Forest Elementary
I wanted something that would be engaging and would differentiate, as well as address the Common Core.
Ms. Gradone, Hillsborough Elementary
Overall, my students have become more motivated to learn. Not only do they ask to use ScootPad more often throughout the day, but they are using it at home every night. They have taken control of their own learning and their desires have exploded. They are more engaged than ever!
Tamela Warren, Union Hall Elementary
After utilizing ScootPad, my students have made vast improvements in Language Arts. They have more confidence while completing independent assessments. Also, my fifth grade students are exposed to more vocabulary and enjoy working to master each unit.