Deliver instruction to your students Anytime, Anywhere
Whether your school is using an in-person, hybrid, or remote learning model, the Total Solution offers the flexibility to deliver high-quality online instruction to fit your needs and keep your students advancing toward their goals in any environment. Plus, complete access, support, and guidance for parents and caregivers throughout the IEP process is available 24/7!
Shared Computer model
If you currently have one computer, use our solutions to access Lesson Plans, activities, symbols, and strategies and print PDFs for instruction (these can be sent to students remotely). In the classroom, you can also set up your computer as a learning center for individual or small-group access.
With a teacher computer and whiteboard in the classroom, display lessons and activities for differentiated groups and enable interactivity on the whiteboard. Shared laptops or tablets also offer opportunities for personalizing content for individuals or managing small-group activities. During remote learning, encourage students to interact with online lessons via shared screens and create small-group breakout rooms in your district’s videoconferencing platform.
A teacher computer, whiteboard, and 1:1 devices offer you the greatest flexibility in personalizing the lessons, activities, and behavior strategies in our Total Solution and supporting individual students as they transition between a variety of classroom and remote settings. Combine whole-group instruction with easy delivery of differentiated content right to students’ devices.
Seamless transition from school‑based to remote learning
With access to Student View, teachers can easily deliver differentiated content, assignments, and activities to individual students or the whole class.
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