How to grow your EP for Home experience level

Education Perfect Teacher Certification represents the skill level of the user, taking into account how experienced they are in using key features.

Increasing your teacher certification is a great way to motivate yourself to use a range of the different features that EP has available to you.

You increase your Certification Level by earning Experience Points (XP). Many activities you complete in the Control Panel give you XP, such as logging into the Control Panel, creating tasks and content for your students, tracking their progress and more. When you earn a certain number of Experience Points, and have completed the core activities for the next level at least once, your Certification Level will increase! 

Activities you can complete, and the number of XP you receive for doing so, are as follows: 

Activity XP
Log into the Control Panel 1
Assign a Homework Task 5
Assign a Quick Test 5
Assign a Prebuilt Assessment 5
Create an In-School Competition 10
Create a Translation List 5
Create a Spelling List 5
Create a Fact List 5
Create an Exam (Prebuilt Assessment) 20
Create a Smart Lesson 20
Write a Community Post 25
Cheer your students on 1
Give Feedback on a student's Smart Lesson answer 5
Compare Assessment Results 5

Certain activities only give you XP once per day, specifically:

  • Logging into the Control Panel
  • Cheering your students on
  • Giving feedback on a student's Smart Lesson answer
  • Comparing assessment results.

To encourage you to try all parts of Education Perfect, you receive double the Experience Points the first time you complete an activity. For example, the first time you create a Smart Lesson you will receive 40 XP instead of the standard 20. 

Level 1: Beginner [10 XP]

To achieve Level 1, log into the Control Panel and assign a Homework Task, Quick Test or Prebuilt Assessment to your students. The estimated time this will take to earn is around  10 minutes.

Level 2: Intermediate [100 XP]

To reach Level 2, you need to have earned 100 XP. You also need to have assigned an Assessment (either a Quick Test or a Prebuilt Assessment). Level 2 Certification is estimated to be earned over  6 months.

Level 3: Advanced [250 XP]

To reach Level 3 you need to have earned 250 XP. You also need to have created one competition, and shared an example of best practice in the Teachers' Community.

Level 4: Expert [1000 XP]

To reach Level 4 you need to have earned 1000 XP. You also need to have created a Smart Lesson or Custom Exam. Level 4 certification is estimated to be earned over  24-36 months.

Level 5: Guru [3000 XP]

Achieving Guru Level is estimated to be earned over  36-60 months. In addition to earning 3000 XP, you need to complete each of the activities listed below at least once:

  • Assign one each of a Homework Task, Quick Test and Prebuilt Assessment
  • Create an In-School Competition and an Inter-School Competition
  • Build either a Fact, Spelling or Translation List
  • Build both a Smart Lesson and a Custom Exam
  • Post an example of best practice in the Community
  • Send a Cheer to your students
  • Give Feedback on a student's answer in a Smart Lesson
  • Compare Assessment results

To view your current level of certification, and the progress that you are making towards the next level, select the button in the top right hand corner of the screen. You can see your current certification level in yellow underneath your name here.

In the menu that appears, scroll down to and select  Profile, and you will be taken to your profile which includes your certification details.

Here you can find a breakdown of your current XP level and any specific activities you need to do in order to gain the next level of teacher certification.

You can download a badge to include in your email signature or on social media by clicking the download icon (cloud with an arrow) in the top-right of the teacher certification tile.

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