An authoring environment is provided to every district that participates in the exchange.
“We clamor all the time about how we don’t have enough resources to meet the needs of our children, and yet if we’re investing in resources and they go unused, I think that’s unconscionable.”— Anton Inglese, Chief Financial Officer
“50% of teachers create their own curriculum, either by borrowing from multiple sources or creating their own materials.”— Carnegie Corporation of New York
Districts can share their content, or acquire content from the exchange’s federated library.
Districts can make selected content available for immediate delivery . . .
. . . through the Exchange’s own Classroom environment or through their local learning management systems (LMS)
“… high-quality instructional materials can yield improvements in student learning outcomes equal to or greater than many interventions that are often more costly.” Allan, S., & Leifer, R. (2017, August 23)
A meta-analysis of 51 studies found learning analytics improve academic achievement, but there is a dearth of actionable feedback to students.
Districts can access and leverage actionable feedback provided through the exchange