Xello is an online program your child is using in school to help them prepare for the future. It offers a variety of activities
It’s important for students to take ownership in planning for their future. But the caring adults in their life play an essential supporting role. Use your Xello Family account to see your child’s work in future-readiness. Use this opportunity to discuss and support their future goals and plans.
Navigating Your Xello Family Account
When your child’s school or
If you forget your password:
- Visit https://login.xello.world/
- Click Having trouble signing in?
- Enter your email address and click Send Email.
- You’ll receive an email to reset your Xello Family password.
If you don’t have a Xello Family account, ask your child’s teacher to create one for you.
Your child will need the support of caring adults to achieve their dreams. One of the ways you can support their future is through Xello Family.
The dashboard is the first page you’ll see when you log in. From here, you can manage your personal account, check out your child’s work, and access the demo account.
- Manage your personal account
Customize your personal account. Access your profile menu in the top right corner of any page. Upload a profile image, add a mobile number, or change the language.
- View your child’s work
Check out the work your child has completed. Click on their name to begin. If you have more than one child using Xello, they'll each have their own profile that you can review.
- Try Xello yourself
gradeand start exploring. Use this opportunity to experience firsthandwhat your child is working on in school. Try a Lesson, complete an assessment, or explore careers!
Check out this short video for an overview of key features and how to get around your Xello Family account.
Xello Family is available in English or
Your Child’s Xello Experience
Future-readiness can begin as early as Kindergarten. In Xello K-2, students take an adventure around Career Town. They help Detective Jill find lost workers and thwart Ernestine McNohire's sneaky plans to build her own community on the moon!
This adventure helps students understand the variety of workers in a community. As they find the missing people, they complete tasks in that worker's career. By the end of the game, students understand the importance of each worker to a community.
With Xello 3-5, your child will develop a solid foundation for future success. They'll complete age-appropriate lessons and activities that help them build lifelong skills. They gain confidence for smoother transitions in school and life.
Check out this short video for an introduction to Xello 3-5:
Watch this video to see Xello from a student's perspective. Get an overview of the key features. Learn how Xello helps students build a
Your child was first introduced to Xello in school, but there's lots they can do outside of the classroom. Here are some ideas for how your child can use Xello at home:
- Complete an interactive Lesson. These are activities assigned to your child’s
grade level. Lessons help students build vital skills for persistence, resilience, and real-world success.
- Complete an Assignment. Your child's teacher may have created assignments for your child to work on.
- Build their About Me page. The About Me page helps your child to discover more about themselves. They define their interests, skills, and aspirations. Using this self-knowledge, they can explore the opportunities that are right for them.
- Explore. They learn about career possibilities and educational pathways. While reading through different career and school profiles, they save their
Success starts with you, the trusted adults in their life. Xello’s future-readiness program is designed to help K–12 students shine. Ready to turn your child’s dreams into future realities? Through timely insights and advice, Resources for Parents on the Xello blog is here to help. Check out some of our articles:
Safety and Accessibility
We take data protection and privacy very seriously. Xello complies with federal requirements for data security and privacy. Advertising is not displayed within Xello, nor is data used for commercial purposes. Xello is a signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge, requiring them to uphold strict standards for safeguarding student privacy regarding the collection, maintenance, and use of student personal information.
Password and data security are important to Xello. This is why no passwords are visible in Xello for students or educators.
We use industry-standard best practices in data security. This includes using a technique called “hashing” to store all passwords. This means that once a password is encrypted, it cannot be decrypted.
As long as a student is actively working in Xello, their session will stay open. If a student doesn’t interact with Xello for 30 minutes, their session will expire. They will need to re-enter their password to continue working.
Simply moving the mouse will not keep the session active, they have to interact with the application.
The "Keep me signed in" Option
When you log in to Xello, there's an option to Keep me signed in. If you tick this box and then log in, your session won’t time out even after 30 minutes of inactivity. The next time you go to the xello.world Sign In page, you’ll be logged in automatically.
Accessibility ensures that people with disabilities can use Xello. This includes compatibility with assistive technologies like screen readers.
Xello has been designed and developed to be compatible with the
Core Components of Accessibility
A myriad of techniques have been implemented to make Xello accessible. Here are some of the main pillars of our accessibility strategy:
Colorcontrast and font sizes meet the standards described in WCAG 2.1 Level AA
- Captioning for all audio and video content
- Full keyboard accessibility
- Use of ARIA-live regions for screen readers
All screen readers that support the above standards are compatible with Xello. To verify that we are meeting these standards, we test with the following screen readers:
- NVDA in FireFox on Windows
- VoiceOver in Safari on Mac and iOS
- JAWS in Internet Explorer on Windows
More Accessibility Techniques in Xello
There are a lot of techniques used to make Xello an inclusive experience. Accessibility is built in at the design stage both for features and content.
- Links are provided to skip navigation that appears on every page
- Font sizes are made as large as possible
- No hover effects are used without equivalent click actions
- Drag and drop components have keyboard alternatives
- Images do not contain instructional or informational text
Coloralone is never used to convey information
- Focus indicators are maintained throughout the site
- Forms include explicit labels and placeholder text is
- Table columns and rows use proper markup
- Maintain simple navigation to reduce cognitive load
- Student-facing content in Xello K-2 is written to a 2nd grade reading level
- Student-facing content in Xello 3-5 is written to a 3rd grade reading level
- Student-facing content in Xello 6-12 is written to a 6th grade reading level
- Links use descriptive text, e.g. not “click here”