Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently
Asked
Questions

1. General Information

BOOKR Class is a reading-based edutainment tool designed to engage children in reading in English. The solution offers a 3-in-1 platform: a safe, ad-free, easy-to-use gamified library application for students, coupled with a teacher’s dashboard displaying real-time statistics and a desktop application for online or classroom teaching. 

The Library app, available for smartphones,tablets and desktops, offers 300+ digital e-books,  1200+ games and flashcards in English for children, from beginner to intermediate level. Every storybook provides a complex and engaging learning experience thanks to curated texts, illustrations, animations, interactions, native narration, text-highlighting and educational games. In order to find the appropriate reading level for students, BOOKR Class uses Lexile placement tests. 

The Teacher’s Dashboard allows teachers to refer books to their pupils, assign homework and examine data regarding their performance in and outside of the classroom. Teachers can also browse the books of the library based on their description, level, age group, grammar and vocabulary, and find supporting materials such as activity tips, book previews, book statistics etc.

The BOOKR Classroom app is a desktop application available for Windows and Mac OSX. The application has the same features and functions as the mobile-based Library app. Teachers can use this application for teaching online or in the classroom by projecting their screen. It is available for teacher and student subscribers as well. 

BOOKR Class is recommended to teachers and educators enthusiastic about digital solutions in education; and to their K-8 students between the ages of 3-14 with language proficiency levels from beginner (pre-A1*) to upper-intermediate (B2*).

From toddlers to teenagers, everyone will find a story that fits their level and interest.

*According to the Common European Framework of Reference

The BOOKR Class Library is recommended to K-8 students (between the age of 3-14) and is divided into six proficiency levels, adapted to specific age groups and their needs, interests, and preferences as language learners. When selecting and composing the texts, different topics and different genres are included to showcase the diversity of the English language.

The BOOKR Class Library is divided into six proficiency levels which are adapted to specific age groups as well as the linguistic proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR): from pre-A1 to B2 (pre-beginner to upper-intermediate).

The BOOKR Class Library app is integrated with the official Lexile Measurement System. Upon first opening of the library app, students have the option to fill out a Lexile based placement test which, if completed, will place the student to one of the 6 levels that corresponds to the result of the Lexile placement test and you will also find this score in the Teacher’s Dashboard . The placement test can be completed later as well. 

A Lexile learner measure is the numeric representation of a learner’s ability to read English. The Lexile scale is a developmental scale ranging from beginning learner measures below 0L to above 1600L for advanced abilities. The higher the learner’s Lexile measure, the greater their ability to read English. More than 35 million learners from 180 countries around the world have received a Lexile measure.

Each and every BOOKR Class book has a Lexile score. Based on the student’s Lexile score the application will recommend books that are in the student’s Lexile range. The 6 levels cover the following Lexile ranges:

  • Under 210 – Level 1
  • 211-400 – Level 2
  • 401- 500 – Level 3
  • 501-650 – Level 4
  • 651- 850 – Level 5
  • Above 851 – Level 6 

The BOOKR Class Library consists of 300+ animated e-books, nursery rhymes, songs, and 1200+ games and flashcards and is regularly updated with new titles.

Our selection varies from classics to contemporary titles: you’ll surely meet Old MacDonald, Little Red Riding Hood, The Little Prince, Tom Sawyer, Peter Rabbit, Sherlock Holmes, and many more. Our collection of books includes dozens of titles from prestigious publishers such as Moomin, White Star, Blue Apple Books, and Oxford University Press as well as hundreds of in-house produced titles.

You’ll also find readers on practical situations, introductions to the English-speaking world, and texts on civilization. Every book is enhanced with animation, interaction, narration by native British & American actors and, of course, educational games related to the stories.

Learn more about our selection

In the framework of English as a Second or Foreign Language (ESL), reading has been proven to contribute to language learning and to fostering intrinsic motivation. 

BOOKR Class offers a wide range of books that suit every taste and will please language learners with varying preferences and needs.

The texts and activities are designed to support different learning styles. Illustrations and animations support the understanding of the texts, but they’re moderate enough not to distract users from reading. Moreover, fun educational games help to highlight the main linguistic elements and features for more focused, intentional learning and practice.

The following unique combination of features can be found in our interactive e-books:

  • Animations
  • Native narration
  • Text-highlighting
  • Educational games
  • Collectible awards

Studies show that the combination of these features facilitates language acquisition and improves: 

  • vocabulary due to the wide variety of topics
  • grammar by providing meaningful context and natural language use
  • written language production skills through incidental learning and focused activities
  • oral language production skills through songs, nursery rhymes, motivating examples and encouraging games
  • written language comprehension skills with demonstrative illustrations and animations, and follow-up activities
  • oral language comprehension skills thanks to native narration and listening activities
  • communication skills through comics, situations, and engaging and inspiring content

The Library is divided into six proficiency levels which are adapted to specific age groups.

Each level is based on the interests and preferences of the given age group as well as their needs as language learners.

Linguistic needs were established according to the linguistic proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), but educational and psychological aspects, and international teaching best practices were also taken into account.

BOOKR Level Recommended age group Recommended CEFR level Recommended proficiency level
Level 1 3-8 pre-A1 Beginner – basic vocabulary, grammar and skills need to be established and developed.

Very basic items and structures in chunks; short and simple sentences; coherent texts; reading comprehension development.

Level 2 6-10 pre-A1
Level 3 8-12 A1
Level 4 10-14 A2 Elementary – more language-focused games, more conscious use of competences and skills.
Level 5 12-16 B1 Independent language user – a basic knowledge of English; to improve their vocabulary, grammar and skills; emphasis on the everyday use of English and on topics related to culture, travel and mobility.
Level 6 14-16 B2 Intermediate – capable of understanding original texts and their message, implicit content, humour, sarcasm. This level focuses mainly on the civilization and culture of English-speaking countries, especially the UK and USA.

When selecting and composing texts, we pay special attention to creating a variety of books that cover a wide range of subjects for each level, while also considering the proficiency level of each target group. These different topics and genres showcase the diversity of the English language. This enables us to provide the relevant context to vocabulary topics, chunks, different registers and various grammar structures in order to develop skills as well as teach readers about culture, civilization and other diverse subject matters.

Definitely! Thanks to its wide variety of content developed by English as a Second Language teachers, BOOKR Class is suitable for schools as complementary material. 

Your students can use the app individually with their personal access codes, on mobile phones, tablets and computers. You can also share your screen with them in distance learning or in the classroom, using the BOOKR Classroom Application that is available to download for Windows and OSX platform. 

Reading with BOOKR Class isIt’s also great fun beyond the classic learning environment, for instance whilst travelling or on cozy Sunday afternoons

In the Teacher’s Dashboard you can list all your students, and thanks to the unique personal access code for each student, you can follow their activity in the app, see how much time they spend on a book, how many titles they read and what their results are in the exercises. You can also assign specific books for them to read – these will appear on their “My Books” shelf in the application. You can also find more information about the books and can search for the best choice by tags. Last but not least, this is where we upload various useful teaching resources.

The main reason we created BOOKR Class was to offer them a familiar setting – storytelling – to improve their language skills.

We at BOOKR Class believe that stories are something everyone can relate to, especially children.

Folk tales, fairy tales, classic or contemporary children’s literature can all help children to empathise with the characters, to feel related to another’s joy, and sadness for their misfortunes. 

Narratives are engaging, and are able to catch and hold the attention, and they are also immersive and memorable.

Whether through books, pictures, music, multimedia, or the spoken word – storytelling is a crucial part of early childhood education and beyond.

To provide a tool for them to navigate the often bumpy road of becoming passionate readers, we combined the elements of e-books, audiobooks, traditional exercise books, educational apps and mobile games in order to give children the most engaging reading experience possible.

According to research conducted in 2016 (“The effect of BOOKR Kids stories”, With Art for Education Research Group, University of Szeged), involving 65 kindergarten and elementary school students, and another study in 2019 (BOOKR Kids & Klebelsberg Center, as part of the EFOP 3.2.4. grant) with students from years 2 and 6, our discreetly animated interactive books are proven to maintain attention on a long term, providing higher exposure time to literary pieces and the English language itself. They develop students’ linguistic awareness in a multifaceted way and have a positive effect on students’ comprehension skills.

These interactive books also allow educators to smooth the differences in students’ learning abilities in the classroom and to mitigate socioeconomic and socio-cultural disadvantages. The still images and motion pictures inspire teachers to implement visual reading as a part of their lessons.

The assumption that young people are attracted to the techno-media approach of viewing was clearly confirmed by these research studies. The participants’ responses indicated an emotional attachment. The novelty of the format in itself did not explain the high enjoyment index; positive responses were primarily related to the actual use and experience of BOOKR Class.

In summary, the books of the BOOKR Class app develop students’ performance in linguistic awareness and reading comprehension through improved vocabulary, articulate reading, understanding meaning, formulating a basic statement, highlighting elements of narrative themes and understanding implied messages. Furthermore, they also strengthen students’ digital reading comprehension. During the research periods, reading interactive books yielded better results than reading traditional printed texts in the areas listed above.

Yes, the number of books in the Library is constantly increasing. We do our best to develop all levels in parallel.

When recording narrations for our stories, our purpose is to provide a solid base for good listening and pronunciation skills for children and to be as authentic as possible so that they get used to the living language.

The books on Level 1 and Level 2 are read by British English speakers, while on the higher levels more diverse accents can be heard. Several of our books have different civilizational and cultural content from other English-speaking countries, including Ireland, the UK, the US and Australia. To ensure an authentic learning experience, in these stories the narrator’s accent reflects the nationality of the author of the text, giving teachers an opportunity to include the differences between Anglophone countries, patterns of speech and accents in their curriculum.

No, BOOKR Class is designed to strengthen English language skills. It is not (yet) available in other languages.

BOOKR Class is available worldwide via the App Store for iOS devices and Google Play for Android devices.

BOOKR Class runs on Android and iOS mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. 

Our solution relies on the core functionalities of the Android and iOS operating systems (Android 6 or newer; iPhone 6 or newer; iPad 4 or newer; iOS 9 or newer).

BOOKR Class does not currently run on Windows phones, computers or laptops.

Yes you can. If you are a subscribed teacher or student, you can download the BOOKR Classroom desktop application from here

In the BOOKR Classroom application you can access the entire collection of books, flashcards and games. If you connect your computer to a projector you can use the app in class or if you are teaching online, use any kind of screen sharing tool and broadcast the books to your students. 

As a teacher, you can use the same email address and password you use for logging in to the Library app. As a student, use the 10-digit student code, generated by the Teacher’s Dashboard. 

In the BOOKR Classroom application you can access the entire collection of books, flashcards and games. If you connect your computer to a projector you can use the app in class or if you are teaching online, use any kind of screen sharing tool and broadcast the books to your students.

BOOKR Class is available worldwide, you can download it from the App Store for iOS devices and Google Play for Android devices. You can use the Teacher’s Dashboard via the browser on your desktop or mobile device. To download the BOOKR Classroom desktop app please go to this site and choose the Windows or OSX to download.

You must be connected to the Internet to download BOOKR Class, to browse the Library and to download books. The downloaded books can be read offline, without an Internet connection, as long as you have a valid subscription. They will appear on the ‘Offline’ shelf in the library app. The user statistics, however, will only be transferred to the Teacher’s Dashboard when your device is online again.

When a school purchases licenses, we make sure to train their teachers. We introduce the app and its features, the Teacher’s Dashboard and its features, the methodological background of the interactive books and BOOKR Class, and share practical advice on how to use the app.

For individual users we regularly hold webinars to make the BOOKR Class experience as smooth as possible. For upcoming dates, follow our Facebook page.

1. Getting Started/Accessing BOOKR Class

If you are new to BOOKR Class, you can request free access for 2 weeks, for up to 5 students here. This includes 1 account for the teacher with access to the Teacher’s Dashboar and the BOOKR Class app, and 5 accounts for the students with access to the BOOKR Class app. You can also enjoy the benefits of the BOOKR Classroom Desktop application during the entire trial period. 

If you wish to continue your licence after the free period or wish to use the app with more students, please get in touch with us here. We will be sure to get back to you with a customized offer within a few days.

To give you the best experience, we are happy to offer you free access for 2 weeks, for up to 5 students here. This includes 1 account for the teacher with access to the Teacher’s Dashboard and the BOOKR Class app, and 5 accounts for the students with access to the BOOKR Class app. You can also enjoy the benefits of the BOOKR Classroom desktop application during the entire trial period.

Yes, you can! If you are new to BOOKR Class, you can request free access for 2 weeks, for up to 5 students here. This includes 1 account for the teacher with access to the Teacher’s Dashboard and the BOOKR Class app, and 5 accounts for the students with access to the BOOKR Class app. You can also enjoy the benefits of the BOOKR Classroom desktop application during the entire trial period.  

BOOKR Class prices for school use start at 29 EUR/student/year and can vary based on the number of students, the length of cooperation, etc… If you would like to use BOOKR Class in your classroom, please fill out this form and we will get back to you within a few days with a customized offer.

It is possible to purchase BOOKR Class for at home use, without the Teacher’s Dashboard and the BOOKR Classroom app. In this case, please download the BOOKR Class library app from App Store or Google Play and choose a subscription.

For home use the BOOKR Class app costs 3,99 EUR/month and 39 EUR/year. For this amount you can add 3 children to your account. If you are not happy with BOOKR Class we offer a 100% money back guarantee within the first 30 days after your purchase.

When a school purchases a BOOKR Class license, we create an account for your school. Your school will appoint a School admin who will be able to add you as a teacher to the system. The school admin will register your email address and create a password for you and then you’ll be able to access the Teacher’s Dashboard online.  Once you logged in you can add your classes and students. You will be able to return to this platform anytime at the website teacher.bookrclass.com with your email address and password.

To enter the application, you need your email address and password you received from either the School admin or a fellow teacher. For the students a 10-digit student code is generated automatically in the Teacher’s Dashboard, which you can find under the student’s profile. 

For more information about getting started please watch our tutorial videos on our Youtube Channel

To log in to the Teacher’s Dashboard, you need an email address and a password previously registered in your school’s account.

To log in to the BOOKR Class application, you need the same email address and password.

The students only require a 10-digit student code to log in to the app. These codes can be found in the Teacher’s Dashboard, under the “Student’s profile” menu.

Your login details consist of your email address and a password that either a School admin or a fellow teacher shared with you. If you can’t get hold of this password, the best is if you create a new one. Go to the Teacher’s Dashboard and click ‘forgot password’. This will send you an email in which you find instructions about how to reset your password.

After launching the app there is a field on the right with the question ‘Do you have a student code?’. Here in the white fieldstudents can type in their 10 digit student code and then tap ‘Use Code’. This will log them into the app.

One student code can be used on more than one device (for example, a tablet in school, a phone at home), however, it can only be used on one device at a time. If you attempt to sign in to several devices at the same time, you will be logged out of one of the devices.

Go to the “Students” menu in the Teacher’s Dashboard, and click the purple  “Add Student” button in the top right corner. Fill out  the student’s details, add class and licence (isn’t mandatory) and then click on ‘Create Profile’. The system will generate a 10-digit student code for the student which you will see on the student’s profile page after you created the profile. 

This is the code your student needs to enter the application. This code is unique to each student.

First check if the student code she/he enters into the app is identical with the one in the Teacher’s Dashboard and make sure it is entered correctly (no extra spaces, typos, etc.). Also make sure her/his licence is ‘Active’.  If the problem persists, please contact us at [email protected].

No, the app will keep you signed in. Only when restarting your phone or updating the app you might need to log in with your email address and password (for students, student code) again

Don’t worry, just log in to the Teacher’s Dashboard and choose the “Student” on the left side. Use the Search option and enter the name of the student. The system will find the name and in the table you can scroll right and find the ‘Student code’ column. 

If you select multiple students and click ‘Manage selected’ you can export a .csv file which will contain the selected students’ student codes as well as all other information listed in the table.

The student code is valid for the time period you or your school purchased a BOOKR Class subscription for. The first day of your subscription is usually when BOOKR hands the Teacher’s Dashboard access over to the school, unless requested otherwise. The same applies to teacher login details. 

To find out more, please consult your colleague responsible for BOOKR Class at your school.

3. The BOOKR Clas Library

Both! The BOOKR Class Library is one of the two essential elements of the BOOKR Class platform, this is where all our interactive books are located. Therefore, both teachers and students can log in and use the app, read the books and play the games.

Our selection varies from classics to contemporary titles: you’ll surely meet Old MacDonald, Little Red Riding Hood, The Little Prince, Tom Sawyer, Peter Rabbit, Sherlock Holmes, and many more. Our collection of books includes dozens of titles from prestigious publishers such as Moomin, White Star, Blue Apple Books, and Oxford University Press as well as hundreds of in-house produced titles.

and many more. You’ll also find readers on practical situations, introductions to the English-speaking world, and texts on civilization. Every book is enhanced with animation, interaction, narration by native British & American actors, and, of course, educational games related to the stories. Our collection of books includes dozens of titles from prestigious publishers such as Moomin, White Star, Blue Apple Books, and Oxford University Press as well as hundreds of in-house produced titles.

Learn more about our selection.

BOOKR Class is recommended to teachers and educators enthusiastic about digital solutions in education; and to their K-8 students between the ages of 3-14 with language proficiency levels from beginner (pre-A1*) to upper-intermediate (B2*).

From toddlers to teenagers, everyone will find a story that fits their level and interest.

*According to the Common European Framework of Reference

The BOOKR Class Library is recommended to K-8 students (between the age of 3-14) and is

divided into six proficiency levels, which are adapted to specific age groups (3-16 years) and based on their needs, interests and preferences as language learners. When selecting and composing the texts, different topics and different genres are included to showcase the diversity of the English language.

The BOOKR Class Library is divided into six proficiency levels which are adapted to specific age groups as well as the linguistic proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR): from pre-A1 to B2 (pre-beginner to upper-intermediate).

In the framework of English as a Second or Foreign Language (ESL), reading has been proven to contribute to language learning and to fostering intrinsic motivation. 

BOOKR Class offers a wide range of books that suit every taste and will please language learners with varying preferences and needs.

The texts and activities are designed to support different learning styles, moreover, the illustrations and games help to highlight the main linguistic elements and features for more focused, intentional learning. 

The following unique combination of features can be found in our interactive e-books:

  • Animations
  • Native narration
  • Text-highlighting
  • Educational games
  • Collectible awards

Studies show that the combination of these features facilitates language acquisition and improves: 

  • vocabulary due to the wide variety of topics
  • grammar with the help of nursery rhymes, narratives, conversations, etc.
  • written language production skills through incidental learning and focused activities
  • oral language production skills through songs, nursery rhymes, motivating examples and encouraging games
  • written language comprehension skills with follow-up activities
  • oral language comprehension skills thanks to authentic narrators and listening activities
  • communication skills through comics, situations and motivational content

The Library is divided into six proficiency levels which are adapted to specific age groups.

Each category is based on the interests and preferences of the given age group as well as their needs as language learners.

Linguistic needs were established according to the linguistic proficiency levels of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), but other aspects and experiences were also taken into account.

 

BOOKR Level Recommended age group Recommended proficiency level
Level 1 3-8 Beginner – basic vocabulary,grammar and skills need to be established and developed.

Very basic items and structures in chunks; short and simple sentences; coherent texts; reading comprehension development.

Level 2 6-10
Level 3 8-12
Level 4 10-14 Elementary – more language-focused games, more conscious use of competences and skills
Level 5 12-16 Independent language user – a basic knowledge of English; to improve their vocabulary, grammar and skills; emphasis on the everyday use of English and on topics which are related to culture, travel and mobility
Level 6 14-16 Intermediate – capable of understanding original texts and their message, implicit content, humour, sarcasm. This level focuses mainly on the civilization and culture of English-speaking countries, especially the UK and USA.

When selecting and composing texts, we pay special attention to creating a wide variety of books that cover a wide range of subjects for each level, while also considering the proficiency level of each target group. These different topics and genres showcase the diversity of the English language. This enables us to provide the relevant context to vocabulary topics, chunks, different registers and various grammar structures in order to develop skills as well as teach readers about culture, civilization and other diverse subject matters as part of the Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).

Yes, the number of books in the Library is constantly increasing. We do our best to develop all levels in parallel.

When recording narrations for our stories, our purpose is to provide a solid base for good listening and pronunciation skills for children and to be as authentic as possible so that they get used to the living language.

The books on Level 1 and Level 2 are read by British English speakers, while on the higher levels more diverse accents can be heard. Several of our books have different civilizational and cultural content from other English-speaking countries, including Ireland, the UK, the US and Australia. To ensure an authentic learning experience, in these stories the narrator’s accent reflects the nationality of the author of the text. As a result, users may encounter different English accents, but mainly British and American.

Both varieties can be found in the Library. Our main goal is to provide entertaining, engaging classic and modern stories for each proficiency group while keeping the texts as authentic as possible. Some texts that fit our levels were kept in their original form, while others have been simplified and graded to suit different proficiency levels. The BOOKR Class application also contains texts written by our in-house authors, tailored to focus on specific language structures while taking the characteristics of the language into account.

Every story includes narration, but you can choose to turn it on or off. Just tap the “Settings” button in the top right corner of the page, then tap switch off or on the Narration toggle.

As every story is narrated by an actor, the speed of the narration cannot be changed. Our goal is to provide an authentic English language experience, so we don’t modify the natural way our actors speak. Needless to say, the narrators bear in mind that the app is for educational purposes.

If you are a parent, you need to register in the library app. After that you can purchase a family plan. Your login details are the email address and password you create at the time of the registration. If you can’t find these details, simply tap on ‘Forgot password’ on the login page and enter your email address which you used at registration. You will then receive instructions on email on how to reset your password. 

If you are a Teacher, you can use your email address and a password that was created either by your school admin or fellow teacher. If you can’t find these details, simply tap on ‘Forgot password’ on the login page and enter your email address which you used at registration. You will then receive instructions on email on how to reset your password. 

Students only require their 10-digit student access code to log in to the app. These codes can be found in the Teacher’s Dashboard. Go to ’Students’ and use the search option and enter the name of the student. The system will find the name and in the table you can scroll right and find the ‘Student code’ column. 

BOOKR Class is an English teaching and learning experience with language immersion as a core value.

Similarly to how children learn their mother tongue, students can learn English through association through stories, songs, games, and other engaging activities included in the BOOKR Class app. 

BOOKR Class is an English teaching and learning experience with language immersion as a core value.

Instead of using translation that might disrupt the flow of storytelling, we encourage associative learning. Similarly to how children learn their mother tongue, students can learn English through association through stories, songs, games, and other engaging activities. However, annotations are included for certain words that require higher language proficiency than the level of the reading.

You can find out the length of the book after you open it and click on the “Pause” button. Here you will be able to see the number of pages and can scroll through them.

The educational games are included at the end of each story, to enhance the reading experience and check reading comprehension.

To delete a book, tap on your avatar icon in the top left corner and then choose ‘Settings’. Tap ‘Manage Storage’ and a pop up window will appear listing the book titles that are downloaded to your phone. Tap ‘Delete’ and the book will disappear from the list. You may delete all the books by tapping the ‘Delete All’ button at the bottom of the window.  

You must be connected to the Internet to download the BOOKR Class application, to browse the Library and to download books. The downloaded books can be read offline, without an Internet connection, as long as you have a valid subscription. The user statistics, however, will only be transferred to the Teacher’s Dashboard when the device is online again.

You can. Tap on your avatar icon in the top left corner and then choose ‘Settings’. Switch on or off the ‘Resume Reading’ toggle. If the toggle is on the left side, this setting is switched off, if it’s switched to the right side then the setting is switched on.

You can. Tap on your avatar icon in the top left corner and then choose ‘Settings’. Switch on or off the ‘Resume Reading’ toggle. If the toggle is on the left side, this setting is switched off, if it’s switched to the right side then the setting is switched on.

Tap on your avatar icon in the top left corner and then choose ‘Settings’. On the right side of this page you can find the ‘Auto Narration’ option. Switch the toggle left to turn off and right to turn on this feature. 

4. The Teacher's Dashboard

In the Teacher’s Dashboard you can list all your students, and thanks to the unique student code for each student, you can follow their activity in the app, see how much time they spend on a book, how many titles they read and what their results are in the exercises. You can also assign specific books for them to read – these will appear on their “My Books” shelf in the application. You can also find more information about the books and can search for the best choice by tags. Last but not least, this is where we upload various useful teaching resources like activity tips.

To log in to the Teacher’s Dashboard, you need an email address and a password. 

If you are using our trial version, this was sent to you on email after you requested a free trial. 

If you are a paying customer, your School admin or a fellow teacher registered your email address and created a password.  If you can’t get hold of this password, the best is if you create a new one. Go to TD (link!) and click ‘forgot password’. This will send you an email in which you find instructions about how to reset your password. 

Yes, you can. Log in to your Teacher’s Dashboard account and tap on the settings button under your name on the top left side. Under ‘Change Password’ you can add your current password and then the new one. 

Go to the “Students” menu in the Teacher’s Dashboard and click the purple “Add student” button in the top right corner. Fill out the student’s details, add class and licence then click ‘Create Profile’. This action will automatically generate a 10 digit  studentcode for the studentWhich you will be able to see on the student’s profile page. 

This is the code your student needs to enter the application. This code is unique to each student.

Be careful: if you want to grant access to a student, make sure you assign a licence to him/her. If the student doesn’t get a valid licence she/he will not be able to enter the application.

Don’t worry, just log in to the Teacher’s Dashboard (link!) and choose “Student” on the left side. Use the search option and enter the name of the student. The system will find the name and in the table you can scroll right and find the ‘Student code’ column. 

You can also export a .csv file with the students’ access codes by clicking on the purple “Export” button in the top right corner.

If you select multiple students and click ‘Manage selected’ you can export a .csv file which will contain the selected students’ student codes as well as all other information listed in the table.

Clicking on the Statistics module, you can browse…

  • the number of books they read, 
  • the number of books they started but haven’t finished yet, 
  • the number of tasks they completed, 
  • the time they spent reading.

If you click ‘View statistics’ you will see all this data in more detail.

You can assign books by choosing the “Books” menu, where you will see a list of our books. Click ‘Assign’ and a pop up window will appear where you can search on the students you would like this book to be assigned to. You can select multiple books and assign them in one go and you can assign these books to multiple students by simply selecting more of each. 

Another way to assign a book is by clicking the ‘Students’ menu and after selecting the student click ‘Manage selected’. Choose ‘Assign book’ and then a pop up window will appear with the list of books from which you can pick one or more. When you are done with selecting the books click ‘Assign’. These books will appear under the ‘My Books’ button in the library app. 

You’ll find follow-up games and activities after each story in the app. To many of our books we also offer additional downloadable activity tips. You can filter these books by choosing the ‘Books’ menu and click ‘Books with activity tips’. Furthermore you can visit our website where you can find dozens of worksheets, printables, flashcards etc…