• What if I forgot my username and/or password?
  • What if one of my students is missing from the list of "My Students?"
  • What if a student, who is not a member of my class, is listed in "My Students?"
  • What if my school’s registration is missing or incorrect?
  • What if we need more credits for our school?
  • What is my district access code?
  • What happens when a student submits a question or comment to Renzulli Learning?
  • What does Renzulli Learning offer teachers?
  • What does Renzulli Learning offer parents?
  • How does Renzulli Learning help teachers meet the diverse needs of all of their students through differentiated content and instruction?
  • How did Renzulli Learning originate?
  • How does Renzulli Learning work?
  • How do I start using Renzulli Learning with my students?
  • How do I edit my registration?
  • How do I correct my e-mail address in the system?
  • How do I change teachers?
  • How can a teacher edit a student’s registration?
  • How do I Run Reports?
  • How do I create a group of my students?
  • How do I use the enrichment activities?
  • How do I use the Wizard Project Maker?
  • How do I Search for Enrichment Activities?
  • How do I suggest new Websites or other resources for Renzulli Learning?
  • How do I report a website that does not work?
  • How do I ask to have more information posted on a specific topic?
  • How do we start a new school year?
  • How do I delete a student who no longer attends my school or has a duplicate registration?
  • How do I request information on the system so I can show it to others?
  • How do I request information on other educators using Renzulli Learning as references?
  • How can I request a phone tour?
  • How do I request a Teacher Access Code to try Renzulli Learning Systems?
  • How can I get more information about Renzulli Learning?
  • How do I get to the "games?"
  • Where can I find information about Gifted Education, SEM, and the Enrichment Triad Model?
  • What does Renzulli Learning cost?


  • What if I forgot my username and/or password?
    • If a Student:
      • Ask your teacher for your Username and Password. Your teacher can find your Username and Password by signing-in to the Teacher site, clicking "My Students," and then clicking the "Usernames and Passwords" button.

    • If a Teacher:
      • If you know your Username, you may click the “Forget your password?” link on the Teacher sign-in page, and then type your Username and click “Submit.” Your Password will be e-mailed to the address you provided during registration. Note: if you do not receive a prompt e-mail reply, it may be because your e-mail address is incorrect in our records or your system is excluding email from RenzulliLearning.com.

      • If you have forgotten both your Username and Password, contact the School Site or District Manager at your school or district. The manager can find your information by signing-in to the Manager Site, clicking the “View Registered Teachers, Principals, District Managers, etc. (Non-Students)” link, choosing “All Administration” from the drop-down menu, and clicking “Submit.”

      • If the prior options do not work, e-mail clientservices@renzullilearning.com or call us toll-free at 877-429-1955. Please include your first name, last name, state and school district. We will e-mail your Username and Password to you.

    • If a Manager:
      • Please e-mail clientservices@renzullilearning.com or call us at 877-429-1955. Include your first name, last name, and state and district you work in. We will e-mail your Username and Password to you.
    What if one of my students is missing from the list of “My Students?”
    • A student whose name is missing from your list must Register and/or sign-in as a Student to Renzulli Learning, and click “Registration” at the top-left of the screen. The student must then check the box at the left of your last name and click “Submit” to add you as a teacher.

    What if a student, who is not a member of my class, is listed in “My Students?”
    • Sign-in to the Teacher Site and click “My Students.” Click the Student’s Name in the Name column. Click the Edit button at the bottom, click (uncheck) the box next to your name, and click “Submit.”

    What if my school’s registration is missing or incorrect?
    • To make corrections to the registration dates or total number of credits allotted to your District, contact Renzulli Learning by e-mailing info@renzullilearning.com or call us toll-free at 877-429-1955.

    • To make corrections to the schools included in the registration and the number of credits allotted at each school, contact your District Manager. The District Manager may add/delete schools and may be able to change the number of credits per school. The District Manager can sign-in to the Manager Site, click the “View District and School(s)” link and then click the district name. To edit a school, including the number of credits for the school, the manager can click “Edit” in the same row as the school title, make the desired changes, and then click “Submit.” Note: The credits for each school may be changed as long as the credits for all schools in your district do not go exceed the maximum number of credits.

    • To add a school, click the “Add New School” button, and fill out the necessary information. All fields with a * and those that are in bold type are required.

    What if we need more credits for our school?
    • First, ask your School Site or District Manager to ensure each student is registered only one time. The manager may contact Renzulli Learning to have any duplicate users deleted by e-mailing clientservices@renzullilearning.com or calling toll-free at 877-429-1955. Please have the names of students who need to be deleted when contacting Renzulli Learning Systems.

    • Next, make sure your School Site Manager has promoted students who have graduated from the school during the previous year (see “New School Year Directions” on the Manager Site home page).

    • Your District Manager may be able to assign additional credits from the District to your school. The manager can sign-in at the Manager Site, click “View District and School(s)” and then click the district name. To edit a school, including the number of credits for the school, click “Edit” in the same row as the school title. Make the changes and then click “Submit.” Note: Credits for each school may be changed provided the total credits assigned to all schools do not exceed the maximum number of credits purchased by your district.

    • If your district needs more credits, contact your Renzulli Learning Consultant to purchase additional student licenses by e-mailing info@renzullilearning.com or call us toll-free at 877-429-1955.

    What is my district access code?
    • If a Student:
      • Ask your teacher for your district access code.

    • If a Teacher:
      • Please contact your School Site or District Manager for your district access code. If you do not know your school’s manager, you may e-mail at info@renzullilearning.com or call 877-429-1955 and request the name of your district manager.

    • If a Manager:
      • Sign-in to the Renzulli Learning Manager Site. Click the link “View District & School(s).” The Teacher Access Code is displayed next to the name of your district.

    What happens when a student submits a question or comment to Renzulli Learning?
    • Renzulli Learning does not respond directly to students since we do not ask for or keep any student contact information in order to protect their privacy. Instead, we attempt to respond the student’s teacher to address each serious question or comment... another good reason to ensure teacher email addresses are current and valid.

    What does Renzulli Learning offer teachers?
    • Renzulli Learning offers exciting resources for teachers. Teachers can read articles about the system and about offering differentiated, enriching learning opportunities for students. They can read learning maps about each of the enrichment opportunities in Renzulli Learning. Click here to read a learning map about Independent Study. They can access exciting web sites to help their own teaching and download creative activities to use in their classroom. In addition, they can chart their students’ progress by accessing their profiles and viewing all of the activities and assessments that students have completed each day, week, or month. They can also submit their own ideas for activities and interact with other teachers using this system around the country. Click here to tour the Teacher Site for Renzulli Learning.

    What else does Renzulli Learning offer parents?
    • In Renzulli Learning, parents also have their own web site to chart their child’s progress and view his or her profile. Articles are selected just for parents, as are helpful links to web sites that help parents and are updated on a regular basis. Parents can discuss their child’s progress with teachers and their children and help their child pursue their special interests by helping them buy or find the books they select as favorites, or helping them participate in on-line creative writing competitions and supporting them as they pursue independent projects and virtual field trips, as well as all of the other options available in Renzulli Learning.

    How does Renzulli Learning help teachers meet the diverse needs of all of their students through differentiated content and instruction?
    • In order to accommodate for the needs of students across many different levels of academic achievement, many teachers have adopted a variety of within-classroom strategies referred to as differentiated instruction. Differentiation is an attempt to address the variation of learners in the classroom through multiple approaches that modify instruction and curriculum to meet the individual needs of students. The Renzulli Learning System can help teachers access, with minimal cost or time, a wealth of opportunities to provide appropriate differentiation activities for students of all levels of achievement and abilities. Click here to read more about how Renzulli Learning helps teachers to differentiate instruction.

    How did Renzulli Learning originate?
    • Renzulli Learning is a completely new adaptation of work that is based on almost 30 years of research designed to help students learn more about their own interests and talents. Taking advantage of state of the art technology, Renzulli Learning searches out an enormous amount of information on the web to find enriching, challenging differentiated enrichment opportunities for all students in their areas of interest and choice. Click here to read an article about the theory behind this system. Renzulli Learning is based on research conducted by Dr. Joseph Renzulli and Dr. Sally Reis of the University of Connecticut’s Neag School of Education. Click here to read a summary of the research that is the foundation of Renzulli Learning. This research suggests that students achieve at higher levels when they pursue topics and activities of personal interest and that enrichment can be provided to all students through the use of Renzulli Learning.

    How does Renzulli Learning work?
    • First, students are asked to answer a series of questions about their interests and the ways they like to learn. After answering these questions, the Renzulli Learning System provides a written profile that summarizes their talents, interests, and learning styles. Then, a special series of interesting and challenging activities are selected for each student.

    • When first logging on to Renzulli Learning, students easily learn how to respond to a user-friendly series of questions. When students complete this assessment, a profile of their learning instantly appears, followed by a detailed and comprehensive choice of many exciting learning opportunities and a wide array of enrichment activities that are constantly being updated.

    How do I start using Renzulli Learning with my students?
    • At www.renzullilearning.com, click “User Instructions” for information about how to register as a teacher or as a student, and then how to sign-in and use the system. Please note: Teachers should always register first so students can then select their teachers during student registration. Teachers and Students need to know your district’s access code for registration. This can be requested from your District or School Site manager.

    How do I edit my registration?
    • If a Student:
      • Please check with your teacher before changing your registration. Certain fields, such as Username or Team name, may have been selected by your teachers and you will need to follow their guidance.

      • Sign-in as a Student and click the Registration link. Use the drop-down menus, click the desired box(es), or retype any information as necessary, and then click “Submit.”

    • If a Teacher or Manager:
      • Sign-in as a Teacher and click the Edit Registration link. Use the drop-down menus or re-type the desired new information, and then click “Submit.”

    How do I correct my e-mail address in the system?
    • If a Teacher:
      • Sign-in as a Teacher and click the Edit Registration link. Type your correct e-mail address and click “Submit.” Note: it is important to enter a valid e-mail address in case you forget your password or must assist one of your students with the Renzulli Learning System.

      • Sign-in as a Student and click the Registration link. Use the drop-down menus, click the desired box(es), or retype any information as necessary, and then click “Submit.”

    • If a Manager:
      • Sign-in as a Manager, and click the Edit Registration link. Type your correct e-mail address and click “Submit.”

    How do I change teachers?
    • If a Student:
      • Sign-in as a Student and click the Registration link. Click the “Clear All” button and click the box at the left of the name of each teacher who is teaching you this school year. Then click “Submit” to save the changes. Note: you must choose at least one teacher from the list in order to continue.

    • If you are a teacher and need to change a student’s teacher affiliation:
      • Sign-in as a Teacher and click the “My Students” button at the top-left of the Teacher Site page. Scroll down to locate and click the desired Student’s Name under the Name column. Click the Edit button at the bottom of that page. A teacher may de-select a student or assign a student to other listed teachers, but is not be able to add a student or delete a student through this process.

    How can a teacher edit a student’s registration?
    • Sign-in as a Teacher and click the “My Students” button at the top-left of the page. Scroll down and click the desired Student’s Name under the Name column. Click the Edit button at the bottom of the page, and you may change the student’s registration as necessary. Then click “Submit.”

    How do I Run Reports?
    • If a Teacher:
      • Following a successful Teacher Site Sign-In, the Welcome to Renzulli Learning Teacher site page will be displayed. Click the My Students button at the top left of the screen and the My Student page will be displayed. Click Run Reports at the top of the My Students page. The My Students: Reports page will be displayed From this point, you may follow the directions presented on the screen or use the Teacher section of the User Guide for a further explanation.

    • If a Manager:
      • Following a successful Manager Site Sign-In, the Manager Tools page will be displayed. Click Run Reports on Students. Click on the District Name. After the page refreshes, click the drop down menu to reveal several reporting options. They are Students by Common Interest Areas, Students by Common Learning Styles, and Students by Common Expression Styles. From here you may follow the directions presented on the screen or read the section of the User Guide for teachers about how to run reports. A more in-depth explanation is offered there.

    How do I create a group of my students?
    • If a Teacher:
      • Sign-in as a teacher and click the “My Students” button. Click the blue “Create/Edit Groups” button, then click the blue “Add Group” button. Type a name for the group, and select whether you want to view all students or only the students who have not yet been assigned to a group. Check the boxes next to the students whom you wish to place in the group, and click the blue “Submit” button. The Create/Edit Groups page will refresh with your newly created group.

    How do I use the enrichment activities?
    • If a Student:
      • Sign-in to Renzulli Learning. Click the Renzulli Profiler button in the top orange banner. Make sure puzzle pieces 1-4 are complete. Then you may click the My Enrichment Activities button in the top orange banner. After the My Enrichment Activities page is displayed, you may click on any icon to view Enrichment Activities for the specific category. A comprehensive list of Enrichment Activities displays including websites, pdf files, books, e-books, DVDs, and VHS.

    • If a Teacher:
      • Log-in to Renzulli Learning at the teacher site. At the top of the screen, click the red tab for Student Site. Click the Renzulli Profiler button in the top orange banner. Each of the puzzle pieces (1-4) must be completed. Then, you may click the “My Enrichment Activities” button in the top orange banner. After the page with “ My Enrichment Activities” is displayed, you may click on any icon to view Enrichment Activities for the specific category. A list of Enrichment Activities displays including websites, pdf files, books, e-books, DVDs, and VHS.

    How do I use the Wizard Project Maker?
    • If a Student:
      • Sign-in as a Student, and after completing your profile, click “My Portfolio.” Click the “Wizard Project Maker” icon. Click to create your own project. Type in the name of the project and click Save and Go to Wizard. You can now begin to fill-in the blanks for each section of the Wizard Project Maker. Before you leave the Wizard Project Maker, be sure to click Save.

    • If a Teacher:
      • To View a Student’s Wizard Project Maker

        • Sign-in as a Teacher

        • Click “My Students” and then click Your Student’s Name

        • Click “View Wizard Project Maker”

        • Click “View Project” and then you may use the tabs across the top of the screen to navigate to different sections of the Wizard Project Maker. You may add or change information by typing in the textboxes and clicking the Save button.

    How do I Search for Enrichment Activities?
    • If a Student:
      • Sign-in as a Student and click the “My Enrichment Activities” link. Then click the “Search Enrichment Activities” button and the Search Enrichment Activities page will be displayed. Follow the directions on the screen. See the section of the User Guide for Students for more information.

    • If a Teacher:
      • Sign-in as a Teacher and click the “Search Enrichment Activities” link. The Search Enrichment Activities page will be displayed. Follow the directions on the screen.

    How do I suggest new Websites or other resources for Renzulli Learning?
    • If a Student:
      • If you find a site or activity that has interested you or helped you to learn, please give that information to your teacher and ask him or her to review and submit it to Renzulli Learning.

    • If a Teacher:
      • If there is an excellent educational resource that you would like to see included within Renzulli Learning, please submit that resource to our Renzulli Learning database managers for consideration. To submit the suggestion, sign-in as a Teacher, click the “Submit Enrichment Activities” link on the Teacher Site homepage, and follow the directions on the screen. If you want a further explanation of how to submit enrichment activities please refer to the Teacher section of the User Guide.

      • If you would prefer you may also suggest resource candidates by e-mailing information to info@renzullilearning.com or by calling 877-429-1955.

    • If a Manager:
      • Please e-mail us at info@renzullilearning.com or call toll-free 877-429-1955. Be sure to include supporting information regarding the recommended resource and suggest the enrichment category(ies) to which it might best apply.

    How do I report a website that does not work?
    • If a Student:
      • We run daily checks on all our sites, but if you find one that does not work, please let us know! Sign-in as a Student and click the red “Help” tab. Please complete the “Contact Us” form with the name of the activity and link to the website in the comment section. Thank you for taking the time and effort to help us improve our system for all students.

    • If a Teacher:
      • We do daily checks on all of our sites, but if one does not work, please let us know! From the teacher’s homepage, click the red Help tab. Please fill out the Contact Us form with the name of the activity and link to the website in the comment section. We greatly appreciate your time and effort to improve our system.

      • You may also either e-mail info@renzullilearning.com or call us at 877-429-1955.

    How do I ask to have more information posted on a specific topic?
    • If a student:
      • From the student’s homepage, click the red Help tab and fill out the Contact Us form. In the comment section please include the topic that you hope will have more Enrichment Activities. This suggestion will be considered as we continually add Enrichment Activities to improve Renzulli Learning System. Thank you for taking the time and effort to help us improve our system for all students.

    • If a Teacher:
      • From the teacher’s homepage, click the red Help tab and fill out the Contact Us form. In the comment section please include the topic or area in which you wish to have us add more Enrichment Activities. This suggestion will be considered as we continually add Enrichment Activities to improve Renzulli Learning System. Thank you for taking the time and effort to help us improve our system for all students. You may also either e-mail info@renzullilearning.com or call 877-429-1955.

    How do we start a new school year?
    • If a Student:
      • You can use your username and password from the previous year. When you sign-in for the first time in a new school year, click the “Registration” link just under the orange banner. Look at all the information listed and change anything that is not right. Be sure you are in the right grade, that your name is spelled correctly, that you are edit their registration to confirm their grade level, change their teachers from last year, and select their current teachers.

    • If a Teacher:
      • As a teacher, you will be able to use your username and password from last year. The first time student’s log-in, they will need to edit their registration to confirm their grade level, change their teachers from last year, and select their current teachers.

    • If a Manager:
      • As a manager, you may use the New School Year function to promote students to the next grade, transfer your graduating class, and update your faculty. You may also choose to have students and teachers confirm their registrations when they log in for the first time of the year. From the Manager Tools page click New School Year and follow the directions. If you need more in-depth directions from the Manager Tools page click New School Year Directions.

    How do I delete a student who no longer attends my school or has a duplicate registration?
    • “New School Year” processing allows School Site Managers to remove all graduates (or other departing or duplicate students) at the start or end of each school year. Sign-in to the Manager Site and click the “New School Year Directions” link for more information.

    • For individual cases, please contact us at clientservices@renzullilearning.com or call (toll-free) 877-429-1955 and provide the appropriate information.

    How do I request information on the system so I can show it to others?
    • People who are interested in Renzulli Learning may view the Tour Site which is located on the top of the site at www.renzullilearning.com. They may also contact Renzulli Learning for my information by e-mailing info@renzullilearning.com or calling 877-429-1955.

    How do I request information on other educators using Renzulli Learning as references? How can I request a phone tour? How do I request a Teacher Access Code to try Renzulli Learning Systems? How can I get more some information about Renzulli Learning?
    • Please contact us at info@renzullilearning.com or 877-429-1955 for more information. Please include the country, state, school district, and school in which you work. Also, please let us know how we can help you learn more about Renzulli Learning.

    How do I get to the “games?”
    • This is THE most frequently asked question by students. The Renzulli Learning Site is all about exploring your interests; and although it is not a “game site,” it does include many learning games related to math, social studies and science, as well as some for writing and the arts. The best way to find games, therefore, is to search within your interest areas or classroom project topics and explore the many different activities available. Some of them will be games!

    Where can I find information about Gifted Education, SEM, and the Enrichment Triad Model?
    • If a Teacher:
      • Once you are logged in as a teacher with Renzulli Learning, there are a variety of sources of information about gifted education, SEM, and the Enrichment Triad Model. From the teacher home page, you may click on the button labeled Enrichment Activities and Descriptions to read about how the Enrichment Triad Model relates to Renzulli Learning. From the teacher homepage you may also click on Teacher Resources and Background Articles to learn about the theory behind Renzulli Learning or click on Great Links to find websites about gifted education. One great site for resources for teachers interested in academically talented students that includes information for both teachers and students is The Neag Center for Gifted Education & Talent Development, www.gifted.uconn.edu.

    • If a Manager:
      • From the Renzulli Learning Systems homepage, (NOT LOGGED IN), you may click on Enrichment & Differentiation Activities to read about how the Enrichment Triad Model relates to Renzulli Learning Systems. You may also click the News tab to read background articles about the theory behind Renzulli Learning systems. Another very helpful site for teachers interested in academically talented students is The Neag Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development, www.gifted.uconn.edu.

    What does Renzulli Learning cost?
    • The license cost for the Renzulli Learning System is $40 per student per year, with a minimum enrollment of 100 students per school. Volume discounts and site license agreements are also available. For more information about school pricing or site licenses, contact Mike Daversa, President of Renzulli Learning at schoolsales@renzullilearning.com


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