This article explains how to use your Classlink/OneRoster API integration to access BrainPOP sites.
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What You'll Need
- A paid School or District plan including at least one of the following products: BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr., BrainPOP ELL, BrainPOP Science
- Your Classlink admin has set up the Classlink/OneRoster API integration for your school or district
- You have access to Classlink Launchpad
Logging in through Classlink/OneRoster API
Teachers and students can log into BrainPOP apps via Classlink Launchpad. Just look for these apps in your launchpad or portal:
Once clicked, users will be logged into their individual accounts.
If you're using Classlink Launchpad, but your administrator has not set up rostering with OneRoster API, teachers and students may be asked for an Educator Code or Class Code when logging into the apps for the first time. Find out more in this article for teachers and this article for students.
Now that you've accessed your integration, you can create assignments for your students.
If you are running into issues accessing BrainPOP through the Classlink/OneRoster API integration, you can troubleshoot Classlink/OneRoster API issues.
If you are receiving a "Who are you?" message and being asked for a code when you try to log in through Classlink, please contact us, as that most often means your account is not syncing properly to BrainPOP.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I log in through the BrainPOP site to access my BrainPOP account or do I just log in through the Classlink portal?
If your district is set up with a Classlink/OneRoster API integration, currently the only way to access your individual account would be through the Classlink app portal.
Do you support co-teachers with Classlink?
Yes, the integration will allow co-teachers from the same subscribing schools to share class periods.