Imagine Learning version 13 includes the new Action Areas tool—giving teachers the intervention resources they have been asking for. The new tool assists teachers by identifying which students need help and pinpointing the skills that are giving them trouble.
Instant Data Equals Instant Intervention
The Action Areas tool allows for immediate intervention by grouping students together according to their needs. The tool provides a wealth of supporting content that can be used for guided practice. And teachers can instantly launch Imagine Learning activities and printouts directly from the tool itself. Read more »
With Imagine Learning for iPad, teachers and students now have a classroom tool that provides engaging, interactive content for teacher-guided lessons. The new interactive format is captivating students and putting the world of literacy right in their hands. We recently heard about Jayla, an enthusiastic Los Angeles fifth-grader. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up. And for her, Imagine Learning spells success.
Imagine Learning has released an all-new iPad app designed to teach early literacy skills, and features new activities specifically optimized for touchscreen use.
Putting early literacy right at your students’ fingertips
Imagine Learning is placing early literacy into the hands of students with the all-new app, Imagine Learning for iPad. The new app from Imagine Learning features rich media content and rigorous activities that have been specifically designed to help emergent readers. Imagine Learning for iPad takes core literacy components of Imagine Learning that schools have already used successfully, and puts them into the new format teachers have been asking for. Read more »
Do you have iPads and iPhones around the house? This holiday season, give the gift of literacy to your little technophiles with Gamester, Imagine Learning’s free app that helps younger kids prepare to learn to read.
Gamester now has three games on the game shelf, each offering a fun and different way for early readers to familiarize themselves with the alphabet:
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YouTube recently announced the launch of YouTube Teachers, a portion of the website dedicated to helping teachers use videos to keep students engaged and learning. At YouTube.com/Teachers, educators can get practical tips for using videos in class, learn how to create their own YouTube channels and playlists, and even see real-life examples of teachers who are using YouTube videos to enhance student learning.
The site is just the first of two YouTube initiatives designed to help educators feel more comfortable with the site. And rumor has it that YouTube will also be making a big announcement about updates that will address the concerns educators often raise about using YouTube videos at school. But will that be enough to get teachers on board? And more importantly, will it be enough to convince administrators to unblock YouTube URLs on school computers?
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