Portland, Ore. (PRWEB) February 06, 2014
Learning.com, a leader in delivering digital curriculum and assessments to districts and schools, announces a major update to its app. In addition to curriculum and lessons, the enhanced app now features tablet-ready assessments. The assessments help educators identify learning gaps, understand student needs, and improve 21st century teaching skills.
The Learning.com app was first launched in September 2013 and provided access to tablet-ready EasyTech lessons. This latest update to the app now provides access to Learning.com’s 21st Century Skills Assessment, WayFind Teacher Assessment, and the TechLiteracy Assessment. The app is available on iTunes and on Google Play.
“We’re always looking for ways to support our customers’ new initiatives,” said Keith Oelrich, CEO of Learning.com. “The app can help educators reach their instructional goals by providing greater flexibility in how they deliver digital content to students.”
The 21st Century Skills Assessment provides deeper insight into students' grasp of critical 21st century skills, such as creativity, information fluency, critical thinking and digital citizenship. With WayFind Teacher Assessment, administrators get accurate and meaningful data to understand how well teachers grasp 21st century teaching skills. The TechLiteracy Assessment provides data and reports to help schools meet accountability requirements, pinpoint students' technology challenges and identify teaching strategies to help them improve.
To learn more, visit http://www.learning.com/curriculum-assessments/.
Learning.com provides digital curriculum and assessments that help students develop 21st century skills to prepare them for success in college and their future career opportunities. With Learning.com’s digital content management tools, teachers can organize and customize how they deliver content to students. Learning.com provides implementation and professional development services to support educators as they integrate technology into instruction and move to digital content. Founded in 1999, Learning.com currently partners with more than 2,700 districts. For more information, visit http://www.learning.com and connect with us at http://www.facebook.com/learningdotcom and http://www.twitter.com/learningdotcom.