Automate learning using our online modular testing and grading system
Easily build or choose online modular workbooks
from our online
library. Workbooks can consist of movies,
audio, or text followed by a short
Insert (one time) multiple class lists that
contain each student's
name and e-mail address. Next, schedule
each workbook lesson needed for each
class using the easy pull-down menu options.
Students receive assignments each day through
workbooks are graded automatically and you
can instantly view the results.
We want our
web site to be the one that teachers like
you count on when you are struggling to
construct your lesson plans. By
sharing some of your lesson plans with those
we've already accumulated from
other teachers, you help our library grow.
browse through our library you might find
that perfect lesson you want to
share with your class. All you need to do
is add the "Lesson Blocks Assignment
Number" to your "Schedule"
menu page and the rest is automatic. Your
students log-in to their e-mail each day
to receive their assignments.
After they complete their work, a
short test is given to assure they understand
the material. All tests are graded
automatically and added to the "Grading"
page which you can display at
any time to see the results.
Regarding the lesson plans you've already created, you choose which ones to share in our public lessons library. Any lesson plans you want to remain private will remain private, such as lessons you've designed for your special teaching style. These may consist of notes to yourself, lecture material, etc. that you typically already have in your lesson plans. Generally, the lessons you share can be compared to a self contained workbook study guide complete with tests. These study guides may consist of standard text (reading material), graphic pictures, audio files and video files. It is up to you to decide which elements you include in your study guide lesson plans
must sign-up and create your free
log-in account. Once you log-in you can
browse the lessons library. The lessons
is arranged by category (Math, English,
etc.) with description names for
each lesson contained within. The description
name is made up of the classroom grade
(1-12) or college level (100-500) followed
by the lesson title and the "Lesson
Assignment Number". (Here's an
example of a lesson plan descriptive
name: [004 Multiplying
Fractions Lesson 5. 16,777,218].)
If a lesson assignment doesn't already exist
in our Lessons
library a teacher can build their own lesson
by clicking on the "Build" menu option
and following the instructions. Once
all the lessons needed are available a schedule
can be produced for the students entered
in the student e-mail list by clicking on
the "Schedule" menu option. If extra credit
assignments are allowed they can be added
in the schedule settings. (A schedule can
be as short as one day or as long as a full
All workbook study guides are delivered online as web links for student access by special e-mails received by each student. The tests found at the end of the workbook study guides will contain the same questions for each student except the order of the questions will be randomly juggled to minimize cheating. The e-mails are sent out automatically as determined by the teacher in the schedule menu settings. The workbook study guides can be completed in class or at home depending on the teacher's preferences. The study guide tests are graded automatically to allow the teacher extra time to provide special assistance to students having difficulty understanding the material.
The e-mail addresses can be easily set up by the teacher who could use either a child safe e-mail site (such as http://www.lissaexplains.com/lissamail.shtml ) or any free e-mail site she prefers (such as http://www.gmail.com or http://www.hotmail.com ). Then the teacher would hand out the special secret user names and passwords to each student so they can access their e-mail account. Since the teacher holds the whole list of all user names and passwords it would be possible to supervise the usage of these e-mail accounts in whatever way is acceptable to the rules established by the school.