Frequently Asked Questions

See below a selection of the most frequently asked questions. For a quick explanation on how to get started you can download our Quick Start Guide from the column on the right.

If you still have any questions after reading the Quick Start Guide and the FAQ below, please contact us using the contact form in your Teacher Panel or email us at the address.

Where did the Pre- and Posttest go?

As of the '18-'19 academic year there is no separate pre- and posttest anymore. The pre- and posttests are integrated into the Modules and the students will complete the pre- and posttest as they are working through the Modules.

  • To sign up as teacher or administrator you need an Access Code. If you haven't received an Access Code from your school district coordinator, please contact your school district coordinator to obtain one.

    When you have your Access Code, visit foolproofflorida.com and click "login" on the top right of the page, followed by "Teacher login" below "FoolProof for High Schools". Select "Create your teacher account here" in the main box on the left. Fill out the form with your details and press "submit". Now your account is created and you are ready to sign in and get going.

    Also take a look at the "Teacher Quick Start Guide", which you can download from the column on the right.

  • After creating your account and signing in, select "Classes" from the top navigation, followed by "Set up new class". Complete the form with the class details. Select the correct Curriculum, if you have created one, and make sure "Auto reset failed tests" is set to "Yes". When ready click "Submit" to save and create your class.

    Also take a look at the "Teacher Quick Start Guide", which you can download from the column on the right.

  • Before your students can sign up for your class you need to have a FoolProof Teacher account and have created a class and noted down the "Class Code".

    Send your students to foolproofflorida.com, where they select "login" on the top right of the page, followed by "Student login" below "FoolProof for High Schools.

    On the page that opens they enter the "Class Code" in the "First time here?" box on the right. After verifying the teacher and school information they complete the form to create their account and register to your class. When their account is created they are ready to sign in and start working on FoolProof.

    Also take a look at the "Student Quick Start Guide", which you can download from the column on the right.

  • No, they don't have to complete all Components. To meet the Florida Standards for Social Studies (Financial Literacy strand) they only need to complete the 18 high school Modules. To make sure they only work on the Modules, we suggest to create a custom Curriculum. See the question below to find out how to do this.

  • From the "Class details" page you can download a transcript for your students. This transcript shows all progress and scores on all Components.

    You can also download a Certificate of Completion from your teacher panel. After signing in, select "Teaching tips" from the "Quick links" menu on the left. On this page you find a link to download a printable Certificate of Completion.

  • To make sure your students are only working on the high school Modules, you can create your custom curriculum and assign that curriculum to your classes. Sign in to your Teacher Panel and select "Components" from the top navigation, followed by "Create curriculum" in the "Curriculums" menu on the left. Enter a name for the Curriculum, e.g. "Modules only" and select all the Modules on the "High School" tab. In the column on the right, you can select the classes you want to apply this Curriculum to. Click "Submit" to save your Curriculum.

    You only have to create a custom Curriculum once, as you can reuse your Curriculums as many times as you’d like. Now, when you create a class, select the Curriculum you just created and your students will only see the Modules show up in their account.

  • To change your class to be Modules only, you can create a custom Curriculum that only includes the high school Modules. Sign in to your Teacher Panel and select "Components" from the top navigation, followed by "Create curriculum" in the "Curriculums" menu on the left. Enter a name for the Curriculum, e.g. "Modules only" and only select all the Modules on the "High School" tab. In the column on the right, select the classes you want to apply this Curriculum to. Click "Submit" to save your Curriculum and you are done.

  • To transfer a student's account to your Teacher Panel you need the student's Account Transfer Token, which can be generated by the student.

    When the student has signed in, select "Account" from the main navigation followed by "Request Transfer". On this page the student can generate an Account Transfer Token by clicking the "Request Token" button. Once this token is given to you by the student you can use this token to transfer the account to your Teacher Panel.

    After signing in to your Teacher Panel, click "Classes" from the main navigation and select "Transfer account" from the menu on the left. On this page you can enter the Account Transfer Token you received from your student and select the class you want the account transferred to. All you need to do now is click "Process transfer" to transfer the account to your Teacher Panel.

  • Yes, your students are required to take the pre- and posttest. But as of academic year '18-'19 there is no separate pre- and posttest anymore. The pre- and posttests are integrated into the Modules and the students will complete the pre- and posttest as they are working through the Modules.

  • You can monitor your students' progress from the Teacher Panel. Sign in to your teacher account and select "Classes" from the top navigation. Then select the class you want to monitor from the menu on the left and choose either the "Progress" tab or the "Grades" tab to see how your students are doing. Student names of those who have failed a test are marked in orange.

  • No. Modules 5 and 7 are Skills modules which are checked off upon completion. All other Modules have a final test.

  • A student has completed and passed a Module if the Module shows a green square behind the student in the "Progress" tab in the Class overview.

  • If you have enabled the "Auto-reset failed test" option in the class settings, the student can reset and retake the test a set amount of times, as defined by you. Once the student reaches this maximum, the test needs to be manually reset by you.

  • A student has completed and passed all required Modules if the student's name shows in green in the "Grades" tab on the "Class details" page.

    If the name is displayed in red, it means the student has completed the course, but failed one or more Modules. An orange name shows a student has not yet completed the course, and failed one or more Modules.