If your school or district has set up a Google SSO integration, this article explains how you can create or your educator account for the first time or link an existing educator account to the integration.
IN THIS ARTICLE
- A paid School or District plan to at least one of the following products: BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP ELL
- Your Google superadmin has set up a domain-level integration with Google. Find out how to set up the integration in this article.
- An account with your school or district Google domain
Log in with Google SSO
There are two ways to access a Google integration:
From a BrainPOP homepage
1. Visit the homepage for BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., or BrainPOP ELL.
2. Click Log in.
3. Choose Sign in with Google.
Through the Google Marketplace Waffle
Users can also access BrainPOP via the Google Marketplace waffle. Any installed BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., and BrainPOP ELL apps will appear in Google’s “even more” menu. Click the app to launch the integration.
Create your Teacher Account with Google SSO
Teachers create their accounts with BrainPOP on demand the first time they log in via Google SSO.
If teachers already have individual educator accounts with BrainPOP, their account will be automatically linked to their Google identity the first time they log in via Google, provided the email address used for their educator account matches their Google email address.
Depending on your domain's setup, your teacher account may be automatically created the first time the app is accessed without receiving any prompts. If you encounter prompts, follow these steps to create your account.
- Log in with Google using one of the two methods described above. You will see a prompt that asks Who are you? Choose I'm a Teacher.
- Next, you will be prompted for your school's Educator Code. If you don't know your school's Educator Code, this article will help you find it.
- Enter the Educator Code and click Submit. Your teacher account will be created and you will be logged in.
If you have any trouble setting up your teacher account, this article may help: Troubleshoot Google Integrations.
Once you've have set up your teacher account with Google successfully, this article will help you create your rosters and students: Creating Classes and Students with Google SSO.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I choose 'I don't want to set up Single Sign-on right now' on setup?
Choosing this option will log you into the website with a shared school or district identity. This option allows you to do things like watch movies and take quizzes, but it will not create an individual teacher account for you, or allow you to access certain features like assignments, classes, Make-a-Movie, Creative Coding, and others.