Setting up Schoology with

Schoology integrates with content within the Schoology LMS. Importing’s Thin Common Cartridge file allows Schoology teachers and students to seamlessly access content inside their Schoology class. The steps below can be completed by individual teachers creating a class. An administrator can also create these tools for the district.

When using content in Schoology, the Schoology student accounts will be used. There is no need to create student accounts on in that scenario.

Importing Thin Common Cartridge files

Thin Common Cartridge files are used to distribute content and content sequences. EasyTech Flex or Custom Curriculum sequences can be exported from for use in Schoology.

Export a Common Cartridge file from Custom Curriculum

This step must be performed by a Teacher account with the Author role in a district with Curriculum Publisher. Please see below for instructions that apply to EasyTech sequences.

  1. Log in to
  2. Select the Custom Curriculum sequence in the Library tab

  1. Select Thin Common Cartridge 1.2 from the export menu and save the file that is generated

Export EasyTech Common Cartridge files from

  1. Log in to with your School or District Coordinator account
  2. Click on ‘Learning System Integrations’ under the Licenses menu
  3. Click on the ‘Export Curriculum…’ drop-down menu
  4. Select ‘EasyTech Flex Thin Common Cartridge v1.2’ to start your download

       5. Save the file to the desired location

Find Your Key and Secret

  1. Select ‘Learning System Integrations’ from the left-hand menu on your Coordinator homepage
  2. Under ‘Integration Registration Credentials’ header, you’ll find your Key & Secret

Import Common Cartridge 1.2 file

  1. Select a ‘Resources’ group to import the Thin Common Cartridge file:


  1. Click ‘Import’ in the drop-down menu to the right of ‘My Resources’

  1. Select ‘Common Cartridge (IMSCC or ZIP),’ and then add a Collection Title:


  1. Browse your computer and select your saved Common Cartridge 1.2 file:

  1. Create a new course from your ‘Courses’ menu and add a Course Name, a Section Name, a Subject Area, and a Grading period:

Configure External Tools

To assign curriculum items, you will need to install these External Tools in this order:

  • Adaptive Keyboarding
  • Content
  1. To create the External Tool, select ‘External Tool Providers’ on the course page under the ‘Course Options’ menu:


  1. Click ‘Add External Tool Provider’ on the next screen:

  1. Add the name ‘’ and add your Key and Secret. Select ‘Domain’ for the ‘Match By’ option, and add ‘’ as the domain:

  1. Add a second External Tool Provider named ‘Adaptive Keyboarding’ with the same Key and Secret. Select ‘URL’ for the ‘Match By’ option using
  2. Add a third External Tool named ‘Content’ with the same Key and Secret. Select ‘Domain’ for the ‘Match By’ option and add:

Assigning Curriculum

Items can now be imported into your class from Resources. You can import individual items or entire sequences.

  1. Use the ‘Add Materials’ drop-down menu and select ‘Import from Resources’:

  1. Select the imported resource on the left, and then browse the EasyTech Flex folder on the right to find curriculum:

  1. After selecting items and clicking ‘Import,’ click on ‘Advanced Options’ to enable grading and use 100 for Max pts. After checking the box, select your grading Category:

Grading Application Exercises

Application Exercises have a Teacher Dashboard that allows you to review completed work and send scores to the Schoology gradebook.

To access your Dashboard and review student work, click on an Application Exercise listed in your Schoology class.

For more information about using our Application Exercise Dashboard, see our Anatomy of Application Exercises page here.


Creating a Single Sign On (SSO) link in Schoology for

You can assign the Platform external tool to your class to allow students to use’s LMS by SSO. That item will launch the Platform, taking the user out of Schoology. In this scenario, scores will be recorded in the gradebook instead of Schoology, and accounts need to be created on for those students to be signed into.

To accomplish this, add this tool to the course.

Accessing the EasyCode Foundations Gradebook

Student progress in EasyCode Foundations can be viewed only in the Teacher Dashboard on the CodeMonkey platform.

All challenge activities will auto-score in CodeMonkey.

To navigate to your Teacher Dashboard in CodeMonkey, click on a lesson title on your assignment list and click the brown ‘EasyCode’ button:

This will allow you access to the student interface, as well as the gradebook information for your classes.

You can read more about the EasyCode gradebook here.

To grade the Application Exercises your students submitted for these levels, click on the item in your assignments list. This will show you the teacher dashboard, allowing you to grade the item. For more information about our Application Grading Dashboard, see the Dashboard section of our Anatomy of an Application Exercise page here.

Notes about EasyCode Pillars items in Schoology:

When students access EasyCode Pillars items in Schoology, clicking on the full-screen button may help show all of the contents of the assignment window.

Student progress in EasyCode Pillars can be viewed only in the Teacher Dashboard on the Codesters platform.

All activities will auto-score in Codesters except the final project, which must be manually graded. (Final project grades can be manually entered in the gradebook if desired.)

To navigate to your Teacher Dashboard in Codesters, click on a lesson title in Schoology. This will take you to your Codesters Teacher Dashboard.

Learn more about the Codesters gradebook here.

Viewing Progress for Adaptive Keyboarding

To navigate to your Adaptive Keyboarding Teacher Dashboard, click on either ‘The Great Keyboarding Adventure’ or ‘Urban Keyboarding Explorer’ in your class assignment list.

You can read more about the Adaptive Keyboarding Dashboard here.

Using EasyTech Pre-tests

When using the Schoology LMS, EasyTech Pre-tests will provide a score to the gradebook, but they will not prescribe lessons.