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Adam Howard

Adam is a Veteran English Language Development teacher working in a large urban district with over 77 diverse languages represented. Adam has spent his career integrating technology into the classroom, and promoting equitable learning opportunities to empower all students. 

Matt Miller

Matt has spent more than a decade in the classroom, creating unique learning experiences for students through technology and creative teaching. Author of Ditch That Textbook, a book about innovative teaching ideas and rethinking education. Google-Certified Innovator. Named one of the top 10 influencers in educational technology and elearning worldwide.

Kenton Mahoney

Kenton is a middle school science teacher at Madison Consolidated School District. Kenton brings his passion of science and technology to equip students to thrive in this new era of education and think differently.

Getting Started

In Your Classroom:

Each student can easily sign up using their existing Google accounts or email. After Sign up, Stackup will prompt each user to add the Chrome Extension. Just make sure extensions are allowed at your school, or ask your IT department to whitelist Stackup. Google instructions on whitelisting here.
After this step, your students are Stacking, you could stop here and you would be a success.

In Your School or School District:

Push the Chrome Extension to all devices in under 2 minutes. Then all students can easily sign up using their existing Google accounts or by email. Learn more by watching the video, or access the Google instructions here.
How to

Setup a Reading Challenge

Challenges are a great way to keep track of how students are doing. Create a Challenge in a specific category like Science, or at a specific website like Nasa.gov – Add a time goal and put a due date on it. Check out the video to learn how.
How to

Build a Profile

Having Students build their Profile is the best way to stay updated on how a student is progressing over a long period of time (Think longer than a challenge). Once a student has built their Profile, they can share their unique Profile URL with Teachers & Parents. Note: The only way to access a Profile is with this unique URL. Lets take a look at how to build a Profile.
How To

Use Suggested Sites

Under the Suggested Sites page, you will find a list of the best websites on the web. To make things easier, we have categorized these websites. Click the dropdown to pick a category that interests you and start exploring. See the video to learn how.

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Why our community loves us

“We use Stackup as a core solution for our district of over 30,000 students. We needed a tool to track and measure reading. We found that we could easily push Stackup to thousands of classrooms and start to gain valuable data about reading habits and important support for kids. Teachers can also see student passions and help foster a love of reading. ”

Ben W., Director of Blended Learning, Aurora Public Schools
” I can see exactly who is working and who isn’t…When we first started using [Stackup] the students weren’t even asking to go to the restroom. I was like, ‘Wow. We’re not taking a break here.’ They seem to love it. “
Jacqueline, Denver Public Schools
” It’s really rewarding because then you can know you’re learning more of this subject and you can do better in actual school. “
Mia, Student
” Everyone’s a genius at something, and Stackup has turned the entire web into a place to find & share that genius. “
JW Wilson, Neuroscientist
” Stackup gives us data and important insight into our students that we need to teach successfully. “
Mike Cammilleri, Teacher
” Stackup is a disruptive technology that will change how we use the web. “
Steve Ziegler , Z3Talent

In the news

Tech Startup of the Year

The idea that Silicon Valley is the dominant place for startups is, well, pretty dominant. Go through any listing of name brand startups and you will see plenty from San Francisco. Since the startup revolution is a movement without boundaries, however, you will find Silicon Valley can be a state of mind as much as a location. This week, Stackup was named Tech Startup of the Year, giving silicon valley a run for its money.” Not everything is happening on the coasts.

 

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