Magazine article Internet@Schools

EDUonGo

Magazine article Internet@Schools

EDUonGo

Article excerpt

Company: EDUonGo, 14205 SE 36th Street, Suite 100, Bellevue WA 98006; 800-955 8363; email: info@eduongo.com

Price: EDUonGo is created for public schools as well as markets that may charge for courses. It has a revenue-sharing plan, and subscriptions can also be purchased for a monthly fee based on the number of students taking courses. Up to 10 students costs $50 per month; up to 25 students costs $100 per month; and up to 100 students costs $300 per month.

Audience: Anyone wanting to develop their own online classes, including K-12 education, higher education, corporate organizations, or individuals

Format: EDUonGo is a cloud-based subscription service with the tools needed to develop lessons and classes, offer them on the internet, and oversee student progress. It has many collaborative features, including full web meeting capabilities, and utilizes many of the tools currently available on the internet.

System Requirements: The only requirements are up-to-date computers with internet access; the faster the computers and access, the better.

Description: EDUonGo is a cloud-based learning platform for creation of lessons and courses. The system allows integration of a number of programs and external resources and can be used with individuals, single classes, or entire schools.

Reviewer Comments:

Installation: Get started by subscribing to EDUonGo, developing lessons and classes using your own design or provided templates and easy to use tools, then offering lessons or classes to students. The class development process is easy, with provided tools and support in the form of classes, online materials, email contact, and more available. Installation Rating: A

Content/Features: Both "blended learning" and "flipped learning" are becoming more and more important as technology use increases within education and business situations. Blended learning refers to a mix of technology and traditional face-toface instruction that combines classroom learning with online learning, allowing students to control the time, pace, and place of their learning.

The flipped classroom is a pedagogical model in which typical lecture and homework elements of courses are reversed. Students learn digitally from prepared online lessons or classes used outside the classroom. Afterward, they come to class with a basic knowledge of the material and collaboratively work through assignments with their classmates and instructor. …

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