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Skill Struck’s lesson plans are based on a track system that offers flexibility. Teachers have the ability to lock classes, monitor student progress, and determine how far students can go. There are also extra challenges available at the end of each lesson for students who are progressing quickly and need more to do.
Teachers can add their own assignments, but they won't show up on the tracker and they won't be autograded.
Talk to one of our representatives via email@example.com to get more info on Skill Struck pricing.
Skill Struck can offer semester-long licenses. Learn more about pricing for semester licenses by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skill Struck has three different types of licenses for schools, including a per-seat license, site license, and district license. A per-seat license allows schools to pay a set price for each student participating on the platform. This is a great solution if there is only one coding class, a small number of students or perhaps an after-school club. The site license is generally used by one school location and provides access to all teachers and students at that particular location. A district license will accommodate multiple schools/sites across an entire school district.
Skill Struck is meant for kids ages 6 to 17 or grades K-12. Adult learners are also welcome to learn coding on our platform!
Skill Struck is designed to align with the K-12 curriculum, and full-equipped lesson plans are available at each grade level.
Yes! Skill Struck can be used as the primary curriculum for a class. The K-12 lesson plans contain approximately 55-minute lessons along with engaging activities.
Yes! There are several ways for teachers and administrators to track student progress. Pre-unit, mid-unit, and post-unit assessments provide a great representation of progress made by each student. Teachers and administrators also have the ability to view individual student progress in completing quizzes, lesson checkpoints, and challenges, as well as all student coding files. Teachers can track information for all students, for a certain class, or for individual students and see class averages.
Skill Struck works on any computer with an internet connection. It works on tablets as long as the tablet has a modern browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox) that is up to date. To effectively learn to code and program, it is recommended that students use a device with access to a keyboard.
Skill Struck functions with all browsers; however, it is recommended that you use Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. There is no recommended operating system as Skill Struck will work on both Mac OS and Windows.
Google Chrome aligns best with our platform, but other browsers should work.
Yes! Skill Struck currently offers integration with Canvas. We will be adding other LMS options in the near future.
A Skill Struck license provides student access to Skill Struck’s web-based coding platform. They will enjoy our engaging curriculum, a full text editor, support, and the ability to create a student portfolio of projects. Additionally, students also have the ability to complete fun challenges, and customize their very own digital avatar on the site.
Yes! Teachers can access Skill Struck's free platform at anytime via skillstruck.com/classroom. This resource has limited curriculum, activities, challenges and games. The purpose of this Free for Classroom version of Skill Struck is to give teachers a sample of what the full Skill Struck platforms have to offer. If you want full access to Skill Struck before purchasing, you can also schedule a demo and receive full access for a limited time.
Skill Struck does offer Clever as a login option! If your school or district is interested in using Clever integration, you will need to contact your District Clever Administrator. Please have them contact us about beginning a Clever integration with Skill Struck. Keep in mind that Clever integration with Skill Struck is currently a beta offering, and is not offered for single classrooms.If you have any more questions about this process, please contact your District Clever Administrator.
1. In your internet browser, go to skillstruck.com.
2. Click on “Log In” in the top right hand corner.
3. Enter your username, then Continue. Enter your password, then Login. (If you are a current school student, click the Student School Login button to log in).
- Your username is the email address that was used to create your account at skillstruck.com
- Your password is the password that you created when you created your Skill Struck account (for a school student, it is usually the first initial of your first and last names + student ID).
2. If this measure doesn't work, please send a screenshot of the page when trying to login, In addition, send one with the console open. To open the console: Press the F12 key to access the developer tool window (or right-click on the page, and then select Inspect Element). Then, select the Console tab at the top of the window.
Whenever you have an issue or need assistance, just remember, we're here for you! Support Chat is available Monday - Friday, from 9 AM - 5 PM (MST). You can also reach out via email (email@example.com). Look for the grey question mark icon in Launchpad or Voyage to send us an email. The Ask Support section in Community also provides a form where you can ask a question to our support team and receive a reply to your email address. We provide email support Monday through Friday. We do our best to respond to each request with a personalized reply within 24-48 business hours. You can also find quick answers to many questions by visiting our Help Center via the Educator Portal!