Individual educator accounts allow you to create classes, assign work to students, and track student progress.
IN THIS ARTICLE
What you'll Need
- A School, District, or Homeschool Plan including at least one of the following products: BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP ELL
- Some methods require your school or district admin to have access to the Admin Dashboard
- Integrations require administrator setup across your school site. Find out more here: Get Started with Integrations
- Homeschool Plan teachers should use this article: Create a Homeschool Educator Account
Creating a Teacher Account with an Integration
If your school or district has integrated BrainPOP with Clever or OneRoster, your teacher account will already be created for you. Find out more about how to access your integration in these articles:
If your school or district has integrated BrainPOP with an LTI integration or with G Suite for Education, you can create an individual educator account by logging in with G Suite or your learning platform for the first time. You can find out more in these articles:
Using an Admin Dashboard Created Account
If your administrator creates an account for you in the Admin Dashboard, you will receive an email with your personal username and temporary password.
NOTE: If you can't remember your login information, you can Reset Password to get a new password or a reminder of your username.
Creating an Account with an Educator Code
You can create an educator account using your school’s unique Educator Code. Find out how in this article: Create Educator Accounts with Educator Codes.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who should receive the Educator Code?
The Educator Code should only be used by teachers in a school in order to create an individual educator account or to link an existing account to a plan.
How do I find my Educator Code?
We have instructions in this article: Create Educator Accounts with Educator Codes.
Do my students use the Educator Code to create accounts?
No. Students should not be given the Educator Code at any time. In order for students to create their own accounts, they must first enter the Class Code—a special code that's automatically generated when you create a class.