- Why TCI?
- Free Lessons
- Professional Development
In a TCI classroom, learning comes alive! Flexible lesson options let you pick the engagement style that works for your students.
Tools like differentiated reading levels, text-to-speech, main ideas, and highlighting provide extra reading support. Students can build their vocabulary with checks for understanding and vocabulary cards.
TCI’s programs are available in English and Spanish to support dual immersion classrooms and English Learners.
Each lesson includes adjustments to support English Learners, Learners with Special Education Needs, Learners Reading and Writing Below Grade Level, and Advanced Learners.
Social Studies Alive! integrates reading and writing to help students develop language arts skills. The vibrant informational text explores different perspectives, literature, primary sources, and biographies. See how TCI integrates English language arts with social studies.
TCI makes your life easier with comprehensive teacher support including pacing guides, enhancing learning, and differentiating instruction.
TCI is a supportive partner for teachers and provides live and self-paced professional development where you can earn certificates.
Rostering + Learning Management Systems
Our digital platform integrates seamlessly, allowing you to stay connected with your students. Explore our LMS integrations.
Formative and summative assessments are woven throughout every TCI lesson and reading, including creative processing assignments, lesson games, and TCI’s customizable tests. Learn more about flexible assessment options.
Accuracy and diversity drive TCI’s curriculum-development process. Our programs are guided by state standards, as well as a commitment to highlighting multiple perspectives and diverse viewpoints in the curriculum. This includes examining multiple perspectives and integrating important primary sources. TCI has an extensive editorial and scholarly review process to ensure that our content is both fair and accurate.
TCI’s Cooperative Classroom provides the foundation for our approach to active learning. This involves creating a classroom environment where all students are valued and have a voice. In this classroom, teachers build meaningful connections with students and act as facilitators for student learning. Teachers also set norms that allow for civil discourse and the respectful expression of viewpoints and perspectives.
Making personal connections to content is at the heart of TCI’s approach to teaching. Each lesson begins with a preview activity that helps students build background knowledge and make connections to upcoming content. Lessons include opportunities for students to take part in authentic learning assignments in which they are encouraged to apply their personal voice and interests to demonstrate what they have learned.