A learning management system (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic educational technology (also called e-learning) education courses or training programs.
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An online trove of educational content promotes inquiry-based learning. Active Classroom provides a wide variety of content choices, the power to differentiate for ability levels and learning modes, and flexibility in tailoring and managing assignments.
Perhaps one of the most popular Learning Management System (LMS) choices in the post-secondary world, Blackboard has created a K-12 solution, as well. Blackboard's LMS solutions in the primary and secondary space are categorized under Common Core, Innovative Learning, and Open Classroom options. These options play on the strengths of mobile devices in a classroom setting, and the company also sees mobile communication tools as a great way to keep families informed about the comings and goings in their child's school.
Canvas is the 21st Century LMS. Adaptable. Reliable. Customizable. Easy to use. Mobile. Time-saving. And, perhaps most importantly, it gets used. That’s because it’s designed to get out of your way, to let you do your thing. Every last feature, every last interface is crafted to save you time and effort and to make teaching and learning easier. That’s why Canvas is adopted faster and deeper than any other LMS.
ClassDojo is a communication platform that helps teachers encourage students in class and engage parents. In the classroom, teachers use ClassDojo to give students encouragement (or “feedback points”) for showing critical skills or strengths - ones like persistence, critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership. They use the ClassDojo App or the ClassDojo Website - if multiple devices are used, they will all sync with each other. Beyond the classroom, teachers use ClassDojo to engage families. Teachers can instantly message parents with text-based messages, pictures, videos, and stickers, and also add posts to Class Story and School Story - a private feed of moments from the classroom and school that only parents, “verified teachers,” and school leaders can see. Teachers can also let parents see how their children are doing at school by sharing their student profiles with parents to highlight the feedback points they’ve earned.
Classify Learning is a complete K-12 assessment and learning management solution featuring best in class technology and effortless integrations. Classify Learning is a platform where teachers and students are able to manage assessments and access data in one place, as well as communicate with others among the same district for resources and professional development.
CLX is focused on solving the labor shortage for middle skills jobs by providing a verifiable Career Technical and mastery-based learning platform .Curated Open Educational Resources, commercial, and teacher-created lessons. Personalized Playlists: Remix content to personalize learning for every student. Micro-Credential Badges: Design and award badges for demonstration of mastery
Edmodo is a global education network that helps connect all learners with the people and resources needed to reach their full potential.
Google Classroom is mission control, designed with teachers and students to connect the class, track their progress and achieve more together. Classroom is a free web service for schools, non-profits, and anyone with a personal Google Account. Classroom makes it easy for learners and instructors to connect—inside and outside of schools.
Hapara for G Suite provides teachers with the tools they need to create deeper, more meaningful digital learning experiences. With Hapara Dashboard, teachers can easily view all learner work from one central hub (even when it wasn’t shared with them), organize learners into differentiated groups and quickly share out documents and resources.
itslearning is a cloud-based LMS that connects people with passions, ideas, and each other.
Kiddom Academy helps schools and districts work together to personalize learning. Kiddom builds technology enabling teachers and learners to unlock their full potential. Teachers are often constrained by limited access to quality tools or mandated use of ineffective tools that do not meet their students’ needs. We believe technology should be utilized to close the achievement gap and level the playing field for all students.
Welcome to the Moodle community and discover the value of an open, collaborative effort by one of the largest open-source teams in the world.
A combination of "harmony, simplicity, and community," Haiku (now P Learning after the PowerSchool acquisition) tries to simplify the task of running both classrooms and schools. Cloud-based Haiku allows educators to keep assignments, feedback, and grades online. It uses Google ed apps to essentially streamline what's been done already while also looking ahead to what's new. For example, the new trend of assessing students on standards is already integrated into the system. While the platform is typically purchased for entire schools, teachers can sign up for a free solo account that gives them five classes and 2GB of storage.
Schoology is the education technology company putting collaboration at the heart of the learning experience with an easy-to-use LMS that connects the people, content, and systems that fuel education. Millions of students, faculty, and administrators from over 60,000 K-12 schools and universities worldwide use Schoology to shape learning experiences and improve student outcomes.
Synergy Learning Management System (LMS) dramatically simplifies everything on a teacher’s to-do list so teachers can focus on student learning and achievement, not on managing technology. Synergy LMS facilitates classroom management, centralizes and organizes curriculum, content and assessments, and features a robust gradebook at its core.
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