Hello and welcome to mPower. In this video, I'm going to walk you through mPower's educator portal features.
Log in at... "tvo.org/mpower" with a username, your email, and password you created when you registered. if you forget your password, you can request to reset it
on the login page at any time through the "forgot password" link.
Now, we're logged into the educator portal. The educator portal has four pages. You can access each page through the navigation tabs across the top of the portal.
The four pages are "manage students," "assessments," "resources" and "contact us." To add students, click on the "manage students" tab and click the button, "add students."
Here, there are two ways to add students. Option A: download the student list excel template, add your entire class list, save it, and then upload the excel file. or, option B: you can add students individually. Add students individually by entering their first name, last name, initial and grade. Click "add five more rows" to continue adding more students. Once you're done, click "save" to create your students' accounts.
Once you've added students, you'll be able to see your student list on the "manage students" page here in addition to adding students, you can edit a student's
profile information and reset a student's password. Use the check boxes next to student names in order to remove students or print access cards. Printed access cards are an easy way to locate your students' login information, which is their username and password. Alternatively, you can print your student list.
The "manage students" page also allows you to move students to a different grade or a different educator.
The "resources" page includes general information about mPower as well as educator guides for each grade. Educator guides offer descriptions of mPower games, learning objectives and how to play.
Once your students have played mPower games, you can access reports on their progress through the "assessments" tab. Two reports are available to you. The first, "class completion report" is a snapshot of what games each student in your class has completed in a list format. The second report, "individual progress report," shows you game levels your student has completed and each game they've played.The "community gallery" allows you to review and print student solutions to open-ended challenges.
Please contact us at any time with any issues you experience or with feedback that can help us improve mPower for learners and educators.