Magazine article Internet@Schools

Edulastic

Magazine article Internet@Schools

Edulastic

Article excerpt

Company: Edulastic, Inc., 39300 Civic Center Drive, Suite 220. Fremont, CA 94538; 510-509-9800; email: support@ edulastic.com

Price: Free for teachers

Audience: K-12

Format: Edulastic is a cloud-based platform that works on any device.

Minimum System Requirements: Edulastic requires a browser with access to the internet.

Description: Edulastic is a formative assessment platform to support student mastery of the Common Core State Standards.

? ???? REPORT CARD

Installation A

Content/Features A

Ease of Use A

Product Support A

Reviewer Comments:

Installation/Access: Access is quick and easy using a browser. Installation: A

Content/Features: Assignments can be managed at any stage, including grading in progress, reviewed, scheduled, and graded. Standards-aligned resources assist with the creation of new assignments. Assignments are in one area to grade, update, or view student responses. Feedback responds to student questions.

Assessments can be created using PARCCand SBAC-styled technology-enhanced items. Ready-made assignments and assessments are available. Teacher-created questions can be auto-selected from individual standards to provide assessments or to reteach content for students needing remediation. Seventeen tech-enhanced question types can be utilized in the creation process.

A Student Dashboard permits students to access Edulastic to work on homework assignments from their teachers. They may also create their own practice tests. Students can ask questions about key course concepts in a Learning Stream of dialogues and supplemental resources. Standardsaligned reports provide feedback to determine the next practice action.

Reporting features provide information and data to check student progress anytime. Students and teachers can visualize student performance across any standard or assessment.

A Learning Community provides teachers with a collaborative process working with other educators. An app is available on mobile devices.

There is an online support system called Edulastic Academy. Elements include information on Core Knowledge, Teacher Resources, Admin Resources, the Edulastic Pioneer Program, Using Homework as Formative Assessment, Upcoming Events, and a Product Tour. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed

Oops!

An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.