Student Data We Collect

We do not require students to register for an Account to use Socrative. To log on to Socrative, each student is prompted to enter either a unique and anonymous assessment ID, which will be provided to the student by a teacher, or a unique and anonymous student ID generated either by the school or by Socrative.

If a teacher chooses to register a student for an Account, Socrative will generate a user name and temporary password and provide directly to the teacher who may then share with the student. The only information we collect directly from the student is a permanent password for their Account.

We may collect a student’s name, assessment information, and other information as directed by the student’s teacher or school. We limit the information we collect about students to only that information necessary to provide the Service. We do not use the student’s personal data for our own commercial purposes.

We collect student assessment responses and may archive evidence of learning.

Data we collect from students:

  • Name, if provided by the student when prompted in an activity

  • Students’ activities within the service, such as quiz results.

  • Anonymous Diagnostic Data includes but is not limited to anonymized IP address, Error Handling, and anonymized **** Device Information.

Data that could be inferred from the teacher data:

  • Name when provided by the teacher in a rostered room

  • Email when provided by the teacher in a rostered room

  • Student ID when provided by the teacher in a rostered room

  • School name

  • Location of school

What We Use This Information For

  • To provide students access to our Services;

  • To facilitate creation of an Account on our Site or App;

  • To identify students as users in our system;

  • To provide improved administration of our Site, App and Services;

  • To send students an email to verify ownership of the email address provided when your Account was created;

  • To provide students and teachers with information and reports about student performance and use of the Site, App, and Services.

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