TeacherEase provides software to run the digital classroom in 1-to-1 computing environments. Go entirely paperless. Help teachers transition from traditional instruction to 1-to-1 computing.
Use Digital Resources in Instruction
Give electronic activities to students. Have them work on projects, watch online videos, do Internet research, or simply complete online homework. Manage the entire cycle electronically: instruct, assign, students complete work, hand-in, feedback/grading, and return to students/parents. All online and paperless.
Get Students More Engaged
Make school more fun for students. When interacting with digital activities, students often don't perceive it as "work." Achieve higher student motivation and increased learning.
Help Teachers Make the Transition
Changing from traditional instruction to 1-to-1 computing is challenging for many teachers. TeacherEase provides a clear and simple path. The guidance provided by the software makes it easier.
Replace Paper Textbooks
Many schools have stopped buying traditional textbooks, and digital curriculum is taking its place. Teachers walk through electronic curricular units much like they've worked through chapters in the textbook.
Vary Work by Student
Each 1-to-1 computing device is like a personal teacher's aide, and students can be given different activities. Teachers can give reinforcement activities to students needing remediation. Activities can be tailored to individual students' learning modes. Extensions can be given to students who need challenge beyond the standard courseware. Teachers develop extensive activity libraries to meet students differing needs.
Organize Digital Curriculum
Use readily available digital resources to create effective curriculum. Include project-based learning activities, online textbook sections, educational videos, Internet research, etc. Any resource usable on students' computing devices can be added to the curriculum. Upload electronic resources or link to the web. Engaging digital content enhances student motivation and learning.
Reduce Paper Costs
1-to-1 computing programs reduce the cost of textbooks, consumables (workbooks, etc), and photocopying. These costs are often 5-8% of school budgets, and can be aggressively reduced by running paperless digital classrooms. Use falling paper costs to finance technology initiatives or close budget gaps.
The Learning Management System is currently in beta, and will be generally available Spring 2013.