With LessonUp Teachers Can Create Their Own Interactive Lessons, In A Flash
Teachers love what technology brings to the table when it comes to instruction. There are several great platforms out there for assessment, content delivery, curriculum, keeping track of students and more. In many cases, when it comes to content and lessons, teachers are forced to use the tools and content from other companies and content providers, but what happens when they want to create their own lessons.
Before the digital revolution it was up to teachers to create their own lessons and teach them in whatever way they could with the materials and resources provided. The digital age has made it possible to create amazing content but many teachers just don’t have the time or possibly the technical expertise to bring these lessons to life.
Dutch startup, LessonUp is the platform teachers need to bring their lessons to life.
LessonUp helps teachers with any technical experience, create interactive school materials. Teachers can use their interactive lessons right away on their classroom’s central screen or interactive whiteboard. But LessonUp takes it one step further and makes it easy to share the teacher created material directly to students via their own devices.
This makes the content and lessons created in LessonUp perfect for classwork, collaborative work or even homework. LessonUp gives teachers a new way to deliver slides, movies, standards aligned content, quizzes and more. Students can consume this content and participate in the lesson via their school issued laptop, Chromebook or tablet or even their own smartphone or tablet making LessonUp universal.
With LessonUp teachers can decide what they want to share with students and they can even use the platform for student centralized independent learning.
When it’s time for assessment, grading or to gauge how students are doing, LessonUp helps you create the reports you want to see with the data you need and want to know. Teachers that want to collaborate with other teachers in their departments can do it easily with LessonUp through their collaborative work folders. Now teachers can share ideas, materials and even complete lessons. They can quickly ascertain what works and what doesn’t, ultimately improving the learning experience for all.
LessonUp will be in the AT&T EdTech Startup Pavilion at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28th, booth #1644 and you can find them online at lessonup.io