EdTech At CES 2018: Teach On Mars Is A Next Generation, Learner Centric, Training and E-Learning Development Platform Designed For The Way Students Learn.
Whether you’re developing curriculum for K-16 students or your creating learning modules and training for Fortune 500 companies, staying in sync with the technology that’s driving learning today can be a challenge. Schools, higher learning institutions, continuing education schools and enterprise are all working hard to make sure their students can stay engaged and learn, typically as fast as possible.
This starts with creating engaging, immersive content that can be viewed and used on any screen on any device. Unfortunately most companies and schools can’t afford to pay developers hundreds of thousands of dollars to create e-learning modules and training courses.
Luckily, Teach On Mars has created a platform that does all this and more. For the record, Teach on Mars is actually based in France, not on Mars.
Teach On Mars has created a multilingual comprehensive e-learning and training solution that helps educators and trainers create compelling, blended learning content with a 100% digital approach. Whether you’re looking to teach with game based social learning or more direct video lessons, Teach On Mars can help you reach your e-learning and training goals. They believe that there are multiple ways students respond to learning in this digital age and they can help you create programs that are truly effective.
Teach on Mars has built comprehensive communication tools designed to reach students and learners wherever they are including push notification, email, newsfeed and social integration. Also built in is a robust analytics platform with a complete administration and reporting
We’ve been reporting on edtech and e-learning for six years and can say that Teach On Mars has thought of everything a modern day learner would need, whether it’s a school setting or corporate training.
Check out Teach On Mars at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, January 9-12th in Eureka Park, booth #50219 and online at teachonmars.com
Here’s more of our CES 2018 Eureka Park Coverage.