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Logging in

Remember that there are two different log ins. One for students, called school login. One for you, called teacher's place!
School login: at the top right of the One More Story webpage. MAKE SURE to check the box to "remember this computer." If you do not, students will not be allowed to enter the site. See the picture below.
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NOTE: If a yellow bar appears on the browser asking about pop ups being blocked, always allow pop ups from One More Story.

Teacher login: Click the TP for teacher's place. Enter your personal username and password. Click forgot password to receive an email with a new one.

For students to use One More Story, have them click on "bendy." This icon is on the desktop and in the dock at the bottom of the computer screen. Again, remember to have already logged into the "school login."

Making a Bendy Icon

This will make it easy for students to access the stories. Follow the directions from this link. Drag the icon into the dock at the bottom of the computer screen. You will still need to be logged into the school website.

Giving Students Access

Log into the Teacher's Place (TP). Add a student. Remember to create a username and password that the students will easily recall. You want them to use OneMoreStory instead of guessing a password!

iPad Access

Have an iPad that you are using with students? Download the FREE app from iTunes to allow student access to One More Story. Follow this link.

Teacher's Place (Click the TP at the top right of the computer screen)

You can add new students within the teacher's place.

The Teachers' Place (TP) is a portion of the site where teachers gain access to helpful tools. Once in the TP you must register all of the students in your class listing last name, first name, username and password. This will allow your students to play The Listening Game, a comprehension tool that accompanies many of the books in the library (The "Browse Our Library" link in the website's menu lists the books with listening games) . Not only will your students be able to play The Listening Game but by following the instructions below you will be able to track their use: which books they read and when, if they played The Listening Game, and the score they received for each game played.

Need More Help?

Check out the help sectionat the One More Story website or send an email to teachers@onemorestory.com .

Still lost? Fill out the help form on the PS 48 Tech Help homepage.