BetterLesson, a leading provider of high-quality virtual and in-person K–12 professional learning, proudly announces a partnership with Kiddom, a paradigm shifter for equitable learning experiences and publisher of high-quality instructional resources.
Kiddom is revolutionary technology, providing scalable access to and implementation of high-quality instructional materials. Through partnerships with the highest quality curriculum providers with proven efficacy, Kiddom transforms paper into engaging, customizable teaching and learning experiences.
This collaboration between BetterLesson and Kiddom bridges two tangential components of curriculum implementation together. By seamlessly connecting crucial aspects of teaching and professional learning on one powerful platform, the partnership enhances and streamlines the overall curriculum implementation journey.
Key highlights of the BetterLesson + Kiddom partnership include:
- Curriculum Management for OUR Math K-5, OUR Math 6-8, IM K-12 Math, EL Education K-8 Language Arts Curriculum, OpenSciEd 6-8, and Odell Education High School Literacy Program: Through BetterLesson, educators will learn how they can effortlessly customize, share, and manage curriculum on the Kiddom platform. This ensures a more efficient and cohesive approach to lesson planning and delivery.
- Differentiated Instruction: Kiddom empowers educators to easily differentiate instruction. Teachers can tailor learning experiences to individual needs, fostering a more personalized and student-centered environment.
- Assessment Capabilities: With Kiddom, learners can take assessments online, providing a user-friendly and efficient way to gauge student understanding and monitor progress. Teachers gain instant access to performance data, enabling them to make data-driven decisions to enhance teaching strategies.
- Data & Analytics: The partnership between BetterLesson and Kiddom equips educators and administrators with powerful insights and tools to create individual learning paths based on real data. This collaborative effort aims to reveal data insights that pinpoint critical district initiatives from intervention to programming.
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