Educator Portal

The gateway to student success.

Our Educator Portal was made for you, regardless of your experience with computer science.

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Making computer science education easier for educators

Teachers know their classrooms better than anyone, but some are less familiar with computer science. The Educator Portal bridges that gap, bringing valuable tools for managing computer science learning to teachers and relevant data to administrators.

Educator Portal's key features

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An autograder to help teachers focus on teaching

Your time is valuable and you shouldn’t have to spend hours debugging code. Our autograder keeps students on track and feeds their progress into your teacher dashboard. 

Pre-made lesson plans for every kind of teacher

For teachers who are overwhelmed by the prospect of teaching computer science for the first time, or just short on time, we’ve created lesson plans that are standards-aligned for every grade level. 

A planner to keep track of your classroom

Only you know exactly what your classroom needs, so you can use the planner to customize your Skill Struck experience. The planner helps you keep track of your lessons, rearrange, and manage student access to activities.

Use the student progress tracker to see students' progress

Use this feature to make data driven decisions for your classroom. Easily see your students code, projects and the lessons they have completed. This helps teachers assist the students that are in need of more support.

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A messaging center to keep track of students

Never miss a beat in your classroom. Use the messenger to communicate with your students and answer questions. You can also use the message center to forward platform-specific questions to our support team. 

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Here's what our partners say

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"Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the computer science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention."

Scott Couch
CS Teacher at Maeser Prep Academy

“My first day training with Skill Struck’s teacher-instructor was amazing. I learned so much! I had a lot of questions regarding computer science implementation; they answered all my questions and more. Skill Struck is reliable when working with teachers!”

Shawn Caine
CS Lead, Garfield School District

"The students like the platform and they are progressing through the lessons. We have students picking up coding for the first time and they are enjoying it and following along easily. I really like that Skill Struck has a lot of extra activities and challenges for my more advanced students so I can spend more time with the students that need help."

Jahi Garner
Integrated Math Teacher, Palm Middle School

“The program and the people behind it are innovative, intelligent, and organized. The platform is very user-friendly and l have been able to guide my students easily through the curriculum.”

Dillon Gilpin
High School CS Teacher, Duchesne County School District

“I have really enjoyed being able to view a student’s code at one click of a button. So if students email me and let me know they are struggling, I can open their code and give them immediate and specific feedback.”

Coach Lambert
Middle School CS Teacher, Layton Academy

“I've seen a lot of benefits with using Skill Struck this last semester. Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the computer science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention.”

Scott Couch
CS Teacher, Maeser Prep Academy
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"For the teachers it's great, they can go back and see how students are progressing and it has auto-grading built in, so that is really effective because going back to read and grade multiple lines of code can take an extensive amount of time. It is helpful for the students as well to be able to auto-grade their own code because we want them to be self-guided learners."

Donna Woods
CTE Cyber Pathway Instructor, Moreno Valley USD