• Study Island – Student Log-In Information

    Study Island at Home

    Study Island is completely web-based to allow access to the program from any computer with an Internet connection and a standard Web browser. Session results are automatically recorded, including results from sessions completed outside of school.

    Every student has his/her own username and password.  If you do not have your username/password, please contact Ms. Kyndra Watkins at (610)522-4300 x5326.

    The program is divided into sections based on subject. Each subject is made up of topics, each of which corresponds to specific state standards. Each topic contains lessons, practice questions, and explanations. Topics are accompanied by a lesson, which includes information about the material covered by the questions in the topic.
     

    How to Use Study Island

    Go to www.studyisland.com, click “Login” on the top right hand side, and enter your username and password.

    After signing in on the home page, you’ll have the option to either click on My Class or select a program from the navigation bar to start working in Study Island.

    If this is the first time using the program or subject, the student may be required to take a pretest. If there is no pretest option, or if the student has have already taken the Pretest, the student will be able to move on to content topics.

    Use the navigation bar on the left-hand side of the screen to access class assignments, reports, high scores, and writing assignments, as well as other sections of the program.

    To pass a topic, a student must satisfy the topic’s passing goal, which is based on a minimum number of questions answered and a minimum percentage correct. A Blue Ribbon is displayed next to all passed topics.
    Once a student has passed all of the topics in the subject, he or she will have to pass the post-test for the subject.

    Ignore this step if the subject does not have a post-test.