If you have an Edulastic Premium Enterprise account, you’ll know that we released some exciting new features last winter. One of these features, Edulastic’s “Present Mode”, opens up new ways for teachers to empower student learners. Not everyone discovers this handy little feature right away. The teachers who have already been using present mode have... Read More
Picture by the Kingsway School We’ve all seen the articles about the need to develop strong science-related skills, if the United States is to remain competitive in the 21st century. We have also seen the data from organizations such as Pew Research showing that American students are not as strong their counterparts from other developed... Read More
Summertime and the living is… easier. With students on summer break and class out of session, the pace of life has slowed down. In between sipping on lemonade and summer BBQs, keep your brain moving with Edulastic. We created a short list of fun ways to keep your mind in motion with Edulastic this summer.... Read More
We love it when educators in our community think of cool new ways to use Edulastic and create mashups that make their assessments even more engaging. Edulastic Innovator Harry Dickens showed how to embed many different types of multimedia into Edulastic: Prezis, interactive timelines, Google docs and more! Recently I heard from some teachers in… Read More
We just kicked off some Exciting New Features for 2015 (and we’re pleased to announce that five new Technology-Enhanced Items is part of the package)! As promised, I will cover each of the new question types one by one. Introducing Number Line to the Technology Enhanced Items Showcase.
After successful pilots at tech-savvy schools and districts—and over 4,500 teachers creating next generation assessments on the Edulastic app—we’re turning our valuable learning experiences into impressive new features. New Student-Centered Features & Tech-Enhanced Question Types The latest release of Edulastic enables students to demonstrate their understanding through notes and sketches.