Your EdPlace teacher account is your one-stop-shop to manage and edit your student accounts, plus assign, monitor, track and mark (if required) their work. Think of it as your resource encyclopedia - whatever you need to support your students, you can access it here!
Your students will have their own EdPlace accounts, where they can log in and complete their work, which they can access via www.edplace.com/student or by downloading our app and logging in as a student. For more information on how to do this, please click here. The rest of this article will focus on how you can access EdPlace via your teacher account.
You will need to log in with your registered email and password (which you created when you registered) at www.edplace.com/teacher. You can do this on any device you choose but it must have an active internet connection.
If you have not yet registered to use EdPlace, select 'No account? Sign up ->' instead and follow the instructions to create your teacher account and register for your preferred free or paid subscription.
You can also use any web browser that you choose, but there are some small differences between browsers. The browser which we have the best compatibility with is Google Chrome:
Our team works hard to ensure that all our account features are compatible with the most up-to-date versions of browsers and devices, and we occasionally see issues when older versions are used. For this reason, we suggest that users always maintain and use the most recent version of Chrome to access your EdPlace account on.
Locating the version of the browser you're using is often the first step when attempting to troubleshoot and fix browser problems. The easiest way to do this is to search for 'What is my browser?' or something similar on the specific device you want to check. Once you find your browser version, you can use that info to check if you're running the latest software. If not, you can update to the latest version to make sure EdPlace (and everything else!) runs the way it's supposed to on your device.
We hope this article provides all the information you need to log in to your free or paid teacher account and use EdPlace to support your students. If you are having any difficulties logging in or accessing your account, please contact our friendly Customer Support team via email at email@example.com.