This app works with McGraw-Hill Education's ConnectED app for grades K - 12.
*** IMPORTANT ***
You must have a ConnectED login to access the app. This is NOT compatible with Connect Plus for college users.
A powerful new mobile addition to your McGraw-Hill ConnectED tools, the app is available for many of our programs with the exception of Writer’s Workspace, Studio Space, and Building Blocks.
This app delivers frequently used ConnectED features on the iPad and adds powerful new mobile teaching and learning opportunities for teachers and students.
- View lesson plans (teachers)
- To Do list (assignments)
- Browse and search for resources
- eBooks! Made just for tablets, built into the app!
--- Tools: highlighting, text search, pen (write on the screen!), bookmarks, and notes
--- On-page links to view interactive resources
--- Pinch and zoom, easy navigation
--- Offline access
--- Notes, pen and highlights are saved for you, and accessible across devices
--- Teacher Review Tool! Review students' pen, notes, and highlights and make comments! This is a powerful tool for in-book homework assignments and in-class sharing or presenting.
NOTE that ebooks are not available for all programs.
For our Reading Wonders customers, the app has our Leveled Readers, available offline, Anthologies, Workshop Books all available offline, This Week's Reads and more!
We're excited to bring this app to our ConnectED customers and look forward to your feedback so we can continue to improve it to meet your needs.
Fixed issue preventing audio from playing in some books on iOS 12.2
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A complete joke!
This is the absolute WORST app! With children all over relying on distance learning for their education you would think/expect that curriculum designers would have been making sure their digital platforms were reliable and accessible for students and families. However, this app NEVER works. My child is assigned books to read and we connect directly to the website and app through her teacher’s link. We have ZERO access to books. This app WILL NOT open a single story no matter what we do. She is using an IPad, and I feel like if your app won’t work on IPad you have definitely not put children’s learning at the top of your priority list in 2020. I am appalled that this is even being sold to districts and schools. I am a public school educator, and can only imagine the frustration this app is bringing to families in an already overwhelming time. I am done even attempting to read the stories with my daughter and will be supplementing with other resources. Way to let everyone down who was hoping to help their child not fall behind this year McGraw-Hill. I will also be sharing my frustration with my daughter’s school in hopes that they look at other curriculum next time they are ready to adopt one.
One of the Worst Digital Textbook Apps Out There
ConnectED is a hot mess. It is buggy and not reliable. I am the Director of Technology for a K-12 private school with three campuses. We have a 1:1 iPad program in 3-12. Of all the publishers I use, McGraw Hill’s digital offerings are 2nd to worst. Pearson is worse, but not by much.
After almost two years, this app finally has an update, but they didn’t include split screen support.
Our students constantly loose the highlights and notes they put in their digital textbooks.
We have moved away from McGraw Hill due to their lack of digital support. We tried some of their new titles with the new ConnectED, but they are worse.
I only have three courses that are still using McGraw Hill and we are looking to go with new titles next fall due to both the terrible digital support and sub par technical and sales support. From the IT side, the deployment of the digital titles is overly complex.
It is too bad, the actual titles are not too bad. However, if a publisher cannot live in the digital world, we will move on without them.
If you are stuck needing to use this app, don’t count on your highlights and notes. No real split screen support either.
They claim the assignments can be accessed on the app in the To Do list BUT the truth is they cannot be accessed through the app at all. There is a To Do list but it shows that nothing has been assigned when in fact there are assignments. If you are planning on using McGraw-Hill curriculum for children and utilize an iPad, I recommend going with a different publishing company all together. Even when logged into the student account using Safari, some of the games do not work properly with the tablet interface.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.