- Product Guides
- How-To Guides
Animated instructional modules that first introduce and then illustrate each concept. Teachers control which parts of the module they present and can pause at any time to check student understanding.
Interactive, guided practice on key concepts previously introduced in Instruction Modules or classroom instruction. Students receive instant feedback as they progress through each lesson.
Designed to introduce units of study, these activities provide teachers with a meaningful tool to introduce key concepts, and appropriate use issues. Discussions can be assigned and graded, but are not visible to students.
Assess student mastery of key concepts. Quizzes are instantly scored for immediate feedback. Grades are automatically recorded in the online teacher gradebook.
Writing prompts that encourage student reflection and further exploration into study areas. Teachers can assign journals and respond online to student submissions.
Designed to reinforce students conceptual understanding of key ideas, games can be played individually or as a whole class activity using an interactive whiteboard.
Web accessible content from a variety of digital resources, including user-generated content, that teachers can assign to enrich content area instruction.
Interactive, core-area projects that blend rich technology with classroom instruction. Students work collaboratively as they research information, create digital media, and present their learning to peers.
Determine if students possess the technology skills necessary to successfully complete the technology-related tasks in Inquiry projects.
Reinforce the student goals included in Inquiry projects. Reflections give students the opportunity to evaluate their learning and develop critical thinking skills.
Guides provided to support coordinators, classroom teachers, and other educators with navigating and using the Learning.com platform and products.
Printable and video activities can be used for seat work or homework to further reinforce their understanding of key concepts.
Interactive, virtual science experiments that illustrate fundamental science concepts and strengthen conceptual understanding.
Appears with curriculum item and assessment icons to indicate if a lesson is able to be viewed and completed on tablet devices.
Teacher-created curriculum items are designated with a green circle. They can be journals, web links, or activities.