The Teacher Edition gives teachers powerful tools for lesson planning, assessment, and communicating with students.
Springboard Digital is always accessible. You can use it while on your desktop computer, laptop, tablet, or interactive whiteboard.
Students don’t just read the material, they engage with it—responding to prompts, taking online assessments, and marking up text.
SpringBoard connects educators with a peer-to-peer online learning community. Teachers share best practices, tips, and user-created content with a supportive network of their peers.
The Teacher Dashboard gives you greater control over your curriculum. You can access the digital Teacher Edition along with integrated tools that give you student progress reports instantly and that offer students real-time feedback. You can also administer and evaluate assessments, save grades in your grade book, and create portfolios of student work.
Planning and Differentiating Instruction
The Teacher Wrap tool highlights the appropriate standards for each lesson. This tool also provides suggestions for materials and pacing and guidelines for assessing learning. You can edit and save the information in the Teacher Wrap to customize your experience.
The Lesson Planner lets you create customized lessons; assign specific activities to classes, groups, or individual students; and communicate due dates and other expectations.
Interactive Tools for Students
SpringBoard Digital is available online 24/7; students can work at school, at home, or on the go. And the Student Edition engages students with interactive tools, such as sticky notes, highlighting, and one-click definitions. Math students can use the Desmos graphing calculator, GeoGebra dynamic software, algebra tiles, and more.
Students can respond to prompts in the material and click on a learning strategy to see its definition and purpose.
Students view learning targets—standards explained in student-friendly language—at the beginning of each lesson.
All of a student’s responses, notes, and interactions are saved in their personal class notebook—a searchable record that students can access and add to year after year.
Turnitin Revision Assistant is an online tool that gives students automated essay feedback based on rubrics linked to SpringBoard Embedded Assessments. Students get instant, prompt-specific feedback on drafts; teachers can view each draft of a student essay and see the feedback and how the student rewrote in response to it. This gives the teacher insight on student progress and helps them identify trends in student writing.
- Zinc Learning Labs
- Writing Workshops
- Close Reading Workshops
- Graphic Organizers
- Parent letters
- Spanish/English glossary
- Reproducible math manipulatives
- Blackline Masters
- Additional unit practice
- Parent letters