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Let’s be honest. Teaching is not what it used to be. With the adoption of Common Core State Standards, teachers are now required to do more than ever before. Teachers, did you know Common Core meant you would be sitting on planning committees, in PLC meetings, and working weekends and your summer vacation to write your own lessons, create pacing calendars, and develop practice assessments? Probably not what you thought of when you envisaged your future as a teacher.
But that’s the reality for many teachers across the U.S. today. Teachers are spending more and more hours in the classroom after students go home and less and less time at home with their own families. After visiting hundreds of classrooms and hearing the stories of inspiring but exhausted teachers across the U.S., DataWORKS recognized that something needed to be done to help these men and women.
This is how Educeri was born. Educeri (Ed-ju-sair-ee) is a subscription-based lesson service that gives teachers – and parents, too – access to thousands of lessons and educational resources for one, low monthly fee. For a low monthly price, you will soon be able to instantly access lessons, classroom posters, whiteboards, flash cards, and many other resources from any device with internet access. Teach directly from an iPad, Chromebook, or laptop, and there is no need to download the materials because they stream within your favorite web browser.
As quickly as you can login and click on a lesson, you can start teaching students how to generate equivalent fractions or determine a theme in literature. Imagine how much time you could save knowing that your lessons are classroom-tested and guaranteed to be aligned to the Common Core State Standards! And until Educeri officially launches, all of our lessons are FREE to use! That’s right. Every lesson on Educeri.com can be used for free for a limited time!
Try Educeri today and let us know what you think! Have an idea for improving your experience on Educeri.com? We’d love to hear it!