How to keep your students learning at home
A recent article in the Wall Street Journal explored the idea that a teacher can be your “source of inspiration”.
The article’s authors claimed that the best way to foster creativity and academic excellence in your students is to give them opportunities to engage with your online learning platforms and products, including textbooks and online learning tools.
While many of the companies listed above provide online learning solutions, there are still many companies offering classroom-based online learning and digital learning solutions that aren’t included in the WSJ article.
Here are 10 online learning companies that you can consider if you’re a teacher.
LearnMoreBooks.com: This company is a member of the Big Future family of online learning startups, which includes Teach for America, Udemy, and TeachEd.
Learn more about LearnMore Books.com and its mission in this article.
Learn More Books: This online learning company offers a wide range of books for educators and students, including eBooks and PDFs.
It’s worth checking out the Learning Center app for teachers to make sure you’re using the right content.
Learning.com (formerly Udemy): This online education platform offers online learning through multiple platforms, including Teach for Americans, Udacity, and other schools.
Learn about how LearnMore Works to support teachers and students to learn online, in our blog article.
This online tutoring and learning platform offers free online education to low-income students and educators.
LearnLearnEd.org: LearnLearn has also partnered with the National Education Association (NEA) to launch a new online education tool that allows teachers to easily share their content and resources with their students.
Learn Learn’s website also includes a free course for teachers and educators on how to use online learning.
LearnOnlineLearning.com, LearningEd, and Learn.com Solutions: LearnOnlineLearn, Learning.
Com, and Learning.
Ed all offer online learning products that you could consider investing in.
LearnNow.com is an online learning platform that allows you to create and share online lessons.
Learn Now also offers an educational app that is free for teachers.
Learn.io is an app that helps teachers and learners collaborate to build and share digital learning content, including digital resources, and online lessons through the app.
LearnIvy: This education startup offers a range of online resources for educators, including a library of resources that you and your students can access to learn.
Learn Ivy also offers a free e-book to help teachers and teachers to find resources to get started with online learning, as well as a free mobile app to let you share your online lessons with your students.
The platform also offers online resources that teachers can use to support online learning in their classrooms.
LearnVest.com offers a subscription-based service that allows students to access courses online.
Learn Vest also offers eBooks that you or your students may download, and a free online library of free resources that your students will find useful.