Check out our user tutorials--you'll be an expert on Zinc Reading Labs in less than half an hour!

(If you have any questions, though, don't hesitate to ask! We're available at support@zinclearninglabs.com )


Video walk through on signing up for a Zinc teacher account with a school code.

(This is intended for teachers not using Zinc via SpringBoard Digital)


Video walk through on creating a class and getting the student sign-up code.

(This is intended for teachers not using Zinc via SpringBoard Digital)


Video walk through on how a student signs up for a class with your class code.

(This is intended for teachers not using Zinc via SpringBoard Digital)


Video walk through of selecting Zinc articles and fiction excerpts and assigning them. 


Video walk through of getting started with Zinc without a school code.

(This is intended for teachers not using Zinc via SpringBoard Digital)


Video walk through of finding and assigning vocabulary sets.


Video walk through of creating your own vocabulary sets as a teacher.

(Please note that you can only create sets with words that are already in our word bank. We have thousands, so it's likely they will be!)


Video walk through to learn more about article filtering.

Starting up with Zinc Learning Labs? This is the fourth video a teacher should watch!


Video walk through to learn more about Zinc quizzes.

Starting up with Zinc Learning Labs? This is the fifth video a teacher should watch!


Video walk through to learn more about the teacher assignments tab.

Starting up with Zinc Learning Labs? This is the sixth video a teacher should watch!


Video walk through to learn more about leaderboards and healthy competition with Zinc.

Starting up with Zinc Learning Labs? This is the seventh video a teacher should watch!

 
 

What Will Your Students See When They Play? Find Out Below:

Teachers can always create free student accounts, but if you'd like to see what your students will experience when they take sign up for the product and then start to read articles, check it out here.

Teachers can always create free student accounts, but if you'd like to see what your students will experience when they play the vocab game, check it out here.