Renzulli Learning’s Enhanced Features Focus on Common Core Standards
Today, Compass Learning announced the 2012 version of Renzulli Learning, which will be showcased at the 2012 ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) conference next week. Upgraded product features will make it easier than ever for educators to quickly search, organize, and select from Renzulli Learning’s database of 40,000 web resources to create engaging lessons and projects that ask students to apply, deepen, and extend their learning.
- Streamlined process for designing and assigning lessons
- QuickView of each student’s differentiated resources
- Improved teacher dashboard for managing student assignments
- More intuitive navigation
“Across the nation, states and districts are raising the bar to ensure their students graduate ready for college and 21st century careers,” said Arthur VanderVeen, vice president of strategy for Compass Learning. “The Common Core Standards ask students to think critically, reason deeply, and write to defend a point of view—in short, to demonstrate the kinds of skills they will need to be successful in a globally competitive world. As we ask more of our students, we place new demands on our teachers, who need new tools and resources to help students achieve and demonstrate this deeper learning.”
See a LIVE Demonstration at ISTE 2012
Compass Learning will be providing live demonstrations of the new version of Renzulli Learning, as well as the new version of CompassLearning Odyssey™ in booth #2416 during the International Society of Technology in Education Conference in San Diego, June 25-27, 2012.
For more information on Compass Learning’s Renzulli Learning click here.
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