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CloudSchool a simple and elegant platform for instruction

I recently discovered CloudSchool, incredibly simple (and free) platform for creating and sharing standards-aligned instruction.

The teaching space (LMS) allows you and any teacher partners to deliver full courses or individual lessons. The WYSIWYG interface makes it easy to create and publish media-rich lessons, assignments and homework. CloudSchool can also be a platform for professional development.

After signing up, teachers are given a Teaching Space with an address of their choice (like: cloudschool.org/joycevalenza). Lesson are built modularly and are easily linked to curriculum standards, searchable within the platform.
Cloudschool Free Learning Management System for TeachersUsers may drag elements up and down to reorder them.  Teachers may password protect and control which items are publicly visible.  Students can visit across their devices without a login.
CloudSchool is a simple, elegant, free  teaching platform and I plan to use it regularly with my classes and in workshops.

 

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Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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  1. Hi Joyce,

    Thank you for writing about Cloudschool.org! We’ve recently launched and we’d love to hear feedback from library teachers around the world. As teachers ourselves, we’re really passionate about making it easy to create and deliver lesson content online. Love to hear from you guys!

    Peter,
    Co-founder of Cloudschool.org

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