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What does the teacher Passport page look like? (ELA – Passport)

See the images below to explore the Teacher account in Passport. Select the red buttons to learn more about the environment or read the summary below each image.

Navigating Passport

Navigating Passport Summary

Navigating Passport

Passport teacher accounts contain four pages:  Courses, Assign, Evaluate, and Resources. All teacher functions will occur on one of these four pages.

When you log into Passport, the teacher account will automatically open to the Courses page.


The Courses page is where teachers will see, build, and manage individual courses, both current and archived. Teacher manage students by adding students and reviewing the course roster.


The Assign page is where teachers choose or create assignments for students from the following assignment types:

Discover – Students connect to core curriculum via their eBooks and other supplemental materials.
Create – Students practice reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language skills through project-based learning.
Expand  – Students explore close reading and media literacy skills in 42+ novels with new novels added regularly.
Share  – Students post their opinions, ideas, stories, and more, in a social media format using Flipgrid.
Perform – Students demonstrate oral proficiency through video assessment tasks and can create a video performance portfolio.
Lessons (Lessons are assignable compilations of activities including eBooks, Share, Perform or Custom Activities).
Lesson Library (A library of lessons created by teachers in your school, district or the Passport Community).


The Evaluate page is where teachers evaluate activities completed by students. Using a color-coded status key, teachers review if students have overdue assignments, pending assignments, assignment that is due today or that have been completed.

Completed assignments appear as Evaluated or Submitted.

Evaluated assignments imply that the assignment has been reviewed by you or the computer and has been provided a score.

Submitted assignments indicate there are assignments waiting to receive feedback from the instructor.

Assignments can be set to auto-grade in the Assign tab.


The Resources page is where you go to access student and instructor eBooks.

Courses Page

Courses Page Summary


When you log into Passport, the teacher account will automatically open to the Courses page. On the Courses page, teachers  build a course, edit an existing course, activate eBooks, and manage student rosters.

Add a Course

Please visit the article Add a Course to learn more about how to add courses.

Activate / Deactivate a Course

When you are finished instructing a course, select the “active” toggle to deactivate a course. When the toggle is green, the course is active. When the toggle is grey, the course is deactivated.

Enter the Course

Once you create a course, you will see it populate in the list below. Clicking the course will open the course profile.

The Course Profile is where you may enroll students in your course and view student profiles.

Edit a Course

You may edit the details of a course or modify which eBooks are active in your course by selecting the pencil icon. The pencil icon will appear throughout Passport and indicates that you may edit details of a course, student or assignment.

Course Profile

Course Profile Summary

Course Profile

This is the course profile page.

The course profile is where you enroll your students, quickly evaluate assignments and review student progress on class work.

Add Students

Clicking the “Add Student” button will open the Add a Student window. There are two primary ways to enroll students in your course:

1) The course invites link, which you may provide to students you wish to enroll in this specific course. Each course has a unique invite link and it is important to keep track of who you are providing the link to.

2) You may enroll your student manually using an email address, first name, last name and a temporary password so that the student may enter their account.

When you manually enroll a new student to Passport, an account is created for them and the only way they can access Passport is the temporary passcode you provide. Remember to communicate with your student so they have access.

If the student already has a Passport account, the form will auto-populate when you enter the student email.

Pencil Icon / Trash Can Icon

Removing a student from the course roster
You may remove a student from your course by selecting the trash can icon. This is appropriate if the student drops the class or if the student was accidentally enrolled using the wrong course invite link.

Editing Student Detail | Resetting a Student Password
You may change the first & last name of a student by selecting the pencil icon. You may also reset a student’s password by clicking the pencil icon and providing a temporary password.

In the Edit Student window, you are unable to change a student email address. This is how Passport identifies accounts.

Evaluate Submitted Assignments

Selecting the Evaluate Submitted Assignments button will bring you to the Evaluate tab for this specific course, where you can review the assignments that have been assigned to students in this course.

Student Profile

You may select the name of a student from your course roster to review a student’s profile. The student profile will provide an overview of the assignments that have been assigned and displays the status of the assignment. Reviewing the student profile is a convenient method of checking up on a student and making sure they receive the attention they may need.

The student profile will display the last the time student logged into Passport and the email for their account.

Student View
You may access a student’s profile by selecting Launch Student View from the student profile. While in student view, you can see Passport from the student’s perspective.




Assign Summary



Assign activities specific to all books active for your courses.


Create assignments are project-based modules that prepare students for real-life situations and align with specific ACTFL standards.


Share is where you create and assign Flipgrid questions.


Perform is where you create or assign Avenue tasks to your courses.

My Lessons

My Lessons is where you go to create lessons or custom activities to assign to your courses. Lessons incorporate any combination of eBook, Share, Perform or custom activities.

Lesson Library

Lesson Library is where you can find lessons shared by teachers from your school, district or the Passport Community.


Evaluate Summary

Assignment Status Key

You can enter the Evaluate page after assigning assignments to verify that you’ve assigned activities correctly.

The status of the assignments are color-coded by the following:

Pending: assignments that are not yet due and waiting to be completed
Due Today: assignments in this status have a due date of today.
Overdue: overdue assignment may still be completed but will receive an automatic zero. Instructors have the ability to provide a manual score or update the due date by selecting the pencil icon for this assignment near the student’s name.
Submitted: submitted assignments have been completed by the student and are waiting for the instructor to provide a grade/feedback.
Evaluated: evaluated assignments have been auto-evaluated or evaluated by the instructor.


Resources Summary

Select your program

If you have courses using multiple programs, you will see each language on this page. Select any of the programs to see the eBooks for that program. If you have courses using one program only, the eBooks should already be displayed when you enter this page.

Annotated Teachers Edition (eATE)

The first title that appears in the Teacher eBooks section is the Annotated Teachers Edition (eATE). The eATE is always the first title that appears for each level of the program.

You can find the program resources for each level in the eATE of the level you are using. Program Resources are always found on page 01.

Hover over the cover to see the title

When you hover your mouse over the cover of an eBook, the title will appear.


Scroll Bar

The scrollbar below the eBooks will allow you to move left and right to see the higher levels of the eBook program.

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March 28, 2018