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SIGN IN – ScootPad

https://www.scootpad.com/signin

ScootPad is an adaptive, online learning platform for grades PreK-8 covering Common Core Math, ELA and more.

Mosaic by ACT – ScootPad

https://lions.scootpad.com

ScootPad is an adaptive, online learning platform for grades PreK-8 covering Common Core Math, ELA and more. Mosaic by ACT : The most personalized mastery platform in the world. Don’t have an account?

ScootPad – Mosaic by ACT

https://washingtonelem.scootpad.com

ScootPad is an adaptive, online learning platform for grades PreK-8 covering Common Core Math, ELA and more. Mosaic by ACT : The most personalized mastery platform in the world. Don’t have an account?

ScootPad Sign In – Mosaic by ACT Adaptive Academic Learning

https://blog.scootpad.com/tag/scootpad-sign-in

Sign In to ScootPad faster! Our Sign In page has a new, fresher look, and lets you and your students sign on to ScootPad more quickly. When you sign in, you can leave the "Remember Me" box checked and ScootPad will remember you upon returning to the Sign In page. ScootPad will remember up to 4 users on a single…

Parents can now sign-up/sign-in using email & send …

https://blog.scootpad.com/2011/12/19/parents-can…

Dec 19, 2011

 · Parents can now sign-up to ScootPad using their email address. Also, parents can send feedback to us directly from within any page by just clicking the Feedback tab on the left side of the page.

Loving the Student Sign In Page! – Mosaic by ACT Adaptive …

https://blog.scootpad.com/2014/05/16/loving-the-student-sign-in-page

May 16, 2014

 · When I read on the ScootPad blog a few weeks ago that the student sign in page was released, I was so excited! This is one of the features I had asked for. I am a GT teacher at an urban school in Denver, where I work with kids in grades K-5, many of whom don’t have a lot of internet and computer experience.

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