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New to iLearn or need a refresher? Click here to learn about all of the options available with iLearn Math.
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When students access iLearn for the first time they will complete the Placement Tests to be placed into the program at their appropriate level of instruction. Alternatively, your school or district can assign the Universal Screening assessment for students to complete in place of the Placement Tests. Click here to learn more about Assessments.
Yes! All iLearn Math content has been converted to HTML5, and is available on tablets, desktops, laptops, and Chromebooks.
In transitioning iLearn away from Flash Player, accessing content will be different. Upon logging in, students click “Start” to begin working in iLearn Math. As assignments and assessments are assigned, they will appear on the student’s Hub. iLearn is also dispensing with program names (iPASS, MyQ, and iKnow). The functionality of each program remains the same, the way they are accessed and how they are referenced is different.
Yes! We’ve always tried to make things in iLearn as simple as possible. This year, we think we’ve done it! When students log in, all they need to do is click Start – they won’t need to click on anything else, Start will get them going.
Yes, in fact we encourage you to make available to each student a pencil and paper, or even better, a notebook into which students enter the date each day they log into iLearn Math. This gives you and the student a written record of student activity in iLearn Math.
We know it can be frustrating when the appearance changes, however, sometimes this is necessary. While transitioning from Flash Player to HTML it is necessary for the appearance to be quite different. We’ve tried to make it as simple as possible, but we know there can be a small learning curve.