We've created a complete learning system that is robust enough for tech-savvy users yet intuitive and easy for technophobes.
Each lesson has an engaging presentation loaded with great content, interactive whiteboard technology, proven educational theory, and classroom experiences your students will never forget. Best of all, you can easily edit any presentation to make it your own.
We've made it easy for you to create custom assessments, comment and grade digital notebook assignments, and see Reading Challenge scores on our innovative Scores page. Plus, you'll be over the moon when your students complete their assessments online.
Easily send messages to your classes ("Don't forget about the quiz tomorrow!") and share files (like those great images of Rome).
Each lesson has strategies for differentiated instruction for English language learners, students with special needs, and advanced learners.
We make it painless to meet and view standards. Assign Common Core Activities and give students scores and feedback online. View the state standards addressed in each lesson with one click on our Correlations menu.
Online Student Text provides content that supports and extends class activities. Students digest content in small "chunks" so it is easy to understand.
The Digital Interactive Student Notebook challenges students with writing and drawing activities based on the Common Core Standards.
Motivating students to read is easy when they are excited about "winning" game-like Reading Challenges. Games vary by age level. Older students get to solve investigations with primary sources. Younger students get excited by uncovering hidden pictures.
An interactive learning environment awaits your students with audio tools, rich images, in-line vocabulary, Spanish, and more.
Students can toggle between English and Spanish text and can have either text read to them using the text-to-audio feature. As the teacher, you control which students have access to the Spanish text.
Students can work on PCs, Macs, iPads, and other mobile devices. In fact they can start their work on one device and finish on another. No "dog ate my homework" excuses here!
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