Evan-Moor’s Portals Student is Now Available for Android Devices and iPads

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Evan-Moor Educational Publishers announces that its interactive courseware works on Android devices and iPads, offering students even more flexible learning options.

Students can access Evan-Moor interactive lessons assigned by teachers, anytime and anywhere—on their Android device or iPad. Plus, students can complete assignments online or offline.

Evan-Moor Educational Publishers announced today that the Portals Student app is available for iPads and Android devices via iTunes or Google Play. Portals Student is the student component of Portals School, Evan-Moor’s interactive learning system, and provides students access to interactive courseware that supports the core curriculum.

See the Portals Student app in iTunes or Google Play.

With the Portals Student app, students can access Evan-Moor interactive lessons assigned by teachers, anytime and anywhere—on their Android device or iPad. Plus, students can complete assignments online or offline.

Evan-Moor’s interactive courseware has been developed from Evan-Moor’s daily practice titles, widely adopted in classrooms across the country for standards-aligned skill development.

How the Portals Student app works:

  •     As part of the Portals School courseware learning system, a teacher assigns Evan-Moor interactive lessons to students.
  •     Students are able to access the courseware in the classroom or remotely using an iPad or Android device with at least a 9.5" screen.
  •     Students submit completed assignments to the teacher.
  •     The teacher evaluates the work, confirms scores, and provides individualized feedback to the student.

To learn more about Evan-Moor’s interactive learning system or to get a free trial, go to http://www.evan-moor.com/portalsschool.

About Evan-Moor

Evan-Moor Educational Publishers has been “Helping Children Learn” since 1979, publishing print and interactive resources across the PreK–8th grade curriculum. Evan-Moor resources support 21st century learners and align to state standards and Common Core State Standards.

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