RegistrationWhat do I need to self-register for a teacher account?
You will need the name and location of your organization (school or district).
If you are unable to find your organization during the registration process, call Pearson Product Support at (888) 829-2997.
Each teacher should select his or her school rather than the district name during the registration process. If you register into your district, then products will not appear when you attempt to add products to your teacher account.
No. Your username and password must be different.
Go to SuccessNetPlus.com. Click Getting Started. Click the Get Started link in the Administrators section near the top of the page. From the Fax Request for Access window, click the appropriate link to obtain the request form for either a School or District Administrator account. Save and print the form. Fax the completed form following the directions provided. You will receive your administrator account information via e-mail. For more information, read the Registration tutorial guide under the Administrators: Getting Started section on this Web site.
A SuccessNet Plus administrator manages user accounts, manages product licenses, runs school or district reports, and uploads and manages district shared content. For more information, read the Managing Your Organization tutorial guide under the Administrators: Getting Started section on this Web site.
No. A SuccessNet Plus administrator can be any designated person at your school or district authorized by a school or district administrator. This person should be cleared to view sensitive student information and data.
My SuccessNet Plus AccountHow do I change my account username or password?
Click My Profile in the upper right corner. Click the Edit Pearson account link. Enter your current username and password. Make your desired changes, and then click Save.
Managing Classes and StudentsHow do I avoid creating duplicate student user accounts?
Before adding new student users, use the Enroll from School List option to see if the student accounts already exist.
Use the Deny Access option to remove a student from your class.
Set to Inactive blocks a student's ability to sign into SuccessNet Plus. Deny Access blocks access to a specific class and allows the student to sign into SuccessNet Plus to access his or her other classes.
LicensesHow do you count program licenses?
Program licenses are purchased with a specified number of subscriptions or seats. Each student enrolled in a class using a specific program constitutes one license subscription. Teachers and teacher's aides do not take up license subscriptions.
Absolutely. Contact your school administrator with your request or your Pearson Sales Representative.
ContentCan I have more than one program in my account?
You can add any of the programs your school has licensed. Click Add Program in the Programs channel. It is recommended that you add only those programs you are designated to teach.
It is recommended to add only those programs you are designated to teach so that you do not unknowingly take up license subscriptions accidentally.
Your teacher account is associated with a district rather than a specific school. Programs are purchased by districts and licensed to schools. Call Pearson Product Support at (888) 829-2997 to have them associate your teacher account with the correct school.
Course: A course is a set of curriculum that can be assigned to a class. All course content can be customized by teachers, and district content can be added to the course's custom content for assignment to students. Every course has unique reporting, gradebook, and assignment tracking. Program: A program is the Pearson core curriculum for a specific topic or content area. It may contain more than one course that can be assigned to students in a class. Most programs contain only one course. Class: A class contains a group of students, teachers, and teacher's aides who are using one or more courses.
Your school or district needs to have a SuccessNet Plus Administrator. You can then provide your electronic files of custom content to the designated administrator, and he or she can add the custom content and share it with specific schools and or teachers in the district. Teachers will then add the custom content to his or her teacher account.
There are several options for assigning content. You can assign content from the global Table of Contents on the Content tab. Select Assign from the Options menu. You can assign content from the calendar on the Planner tab. You can also enter the class view and make assignments from the Assignment Calendar on the Content tab. For more information, watch the Teachers: Program Content tutorials on this Web site.
From your teacher Home page, click Content for a class. This takes you to Manage on the Content tab in the class view. Here you can modify assignments. You can make new assignments for this class on the Assignment Calendar. For more information, watch the Teachers: Program Content tutorials on this Web site.
Assign assessments the same way you assign any piece of content. For more information about assigning content, watch the Teachers: Program Content tutorials on this Web site.
You can modify any piece of content, including tests. Select Customize Content from the Options menu from the Table of Contents. Make your desired changes to the content. This customized content now appears under Custom Content on the Content tab.
Yes. Click Custom Content on the Content tab, and then click Create Content. You will see a variety of options for uploading or creating a variety of content types.
Yes. Select an option from the View by drop-down list that appears below the program banner on the Content tab. Options include viewing content by skills, standards, and content type.
Student WorkHow do I view assignments completed and submitted by my students?
From Gradebook in the class view, select an assignment and select View Submission.
From Gradebook in the class view, select Edit Grade from the Options menu for an individual student's grade or Edit Grades from the assignment Options menu. For more information, watch the Teachers: Grading and Gradebook tutorials on this Web site.
From Gradebook in the class view, select View Grade/Submission from the Options menu for an individual student's grade. To grade all submitted assignments, select View All Submissions from the assignment Options menu. For more information, watch the Teachers: Grading and Gradebook tutorials on this Web site.
ReportsHow do I run reports on student progress, performance, mastery, and standards coverage?
From the class Gradebook, click Reports. You will see a variety of report types listed. You can also view course and student performance from Performance in Notifications in the class view on the Overview tab.
End-of-Year TasksWhat is the purpose of closing a class?
Closing a class removes students from the class, which releases product license subscriptions at the end of a semester or school year. Releasing licenses enables you to reuse the licenses so that you can assign them to new students next school year.
No. Watch the Closing a Class tutorial to learn how to reactivate a student to access student data and run reports for a student who was in the class last semester or last school year.
Yes. You can reactivate classes. Then, you can add students to the class from the school roster, import students using a file, or create new accounts individually.