Lessoneer has enabled us to implement the MVP curriculum more effectively and is saving our teachers critical time in planning and classroom prep
PORTLAND, OR and SALT LAKE CITY, UT (PRWEB) February 29, 2016
EdCaliber, creator of Lessoneer, the first Teacher Empowerment Platform for K-12 school districts, and Mathematics Vision Project (MVP), today announced the availability of the complete MVP Open Educational Resource (OER) Math curriculum and the MVP Teacher Support Ancillaries within the Lessoneer platform, at no additional charge to Lessoneer customer school districts.
“Lessoneer has enabled us to implement the MVP curriculum more effectively and is saving our teachers critical time in planning and classroom prep,” said José Aldaco, Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services & Human Resources at Waterford Unified School District. “We expect that the addition of MVP Teacher Support Ancillaries in Lessoneer will improve instruction in our district.”
Linda Dilger, Mathematics Coordinator for the Monterey County Office of Education said “In Monterey County, high school math teachers have embraced MVP for three years. These teachers have found the curriculum to be coherent and rigorous. The added support that EdCaliber has created in Lessoneer has me in awe. I know these teachers will embrace the ease and usefulness of this fantastic supportive tool!”
School districts across the country have discovered that they can realize the vision of the Common Core State Standards using the MVP curriculum, while avoiding the license fees charged by traditional publishers. Starting today, Lessoneer provides anytime anywhere access to the MVP curriculum and all of the support materials teachers need on a daily basis, eliminating the need for expensive printing. Districts can use the money they save on license fees and printing for professional development, to support teachers in improving classroom instruction.
“Among Open Educational Resources, the MVP curriculum uniquely embodies the focus, coherence, and rigor of the Common Core,” said Ruth Miller, EdCaliber Chief Academic Officer. “The MVP Teacher Support Ancillaries prepare teachers for their critical role in successfully implementing the curriculum.”
“The Lessoneer platform provides an ideal framework for school districts and teachers to effectively implement the MVP curriculum,” said Barbara Kuehl, MVP Author and Chief Officer of Academic Services and Professional Development in the Salt Lake City School District. “By integrating MVP Teacher Notes and Support Ancillaries such as the Ready Set Go Answer Keys, Lessoneer is providing everything a teacher needs to successfully facilitate student learning.”
Visitors to https://lessoneer.com will discover how integrating curriculum and standards-aligned resources into a centralized, easy-to-use platform can streamline the planning process, addressing one of today’s most pressing issues: the lack of teacher time.
For more information about Mathematics Vision Project curriculum and professional development, visit http://www.mathematicsvisionproject.org.
About Lessoneer by EdCaliber
Based in Portland, Oregon, EdCaliber partners with district administrators and teachers to consolidate all the best standards-aligned resources into a single, easy to use planning tool: Lessoneer. https://lessoneer.com
MVP is an educator-driven initiative that provides first-rate mathematics curriculum for grades nine through twelve, built from the ground up to support Common Core. The MVP authors provide rich and engaging professional development for the improvement of classroom instruction. The MVP curriculum is free and published under a Creative Commons license.