Dr. Lawrence, an anatomy and physiology professor, wants to create a blended learning environment for his students. Watch how easy it is for him to step beyond simply posting PowerPoints and PDFs and create a more interactive online learning experience for his students via engaging content, personalized feedback, and instruction informed by student performance data.
With all the buzz around blended learning these days, Ms. Alonzo wants to leverage the Schoology LMS to enhance face-to-face interactions in her classroom. Check out how she uses it to build out her digital learning environment, plan lessons, manage her class, enable communication and collaboration among students, and increase engagement across the board.
Today's students expect more from their higher ed experiences. Betty Bass, for example, is a 2nd year student who wants better access to her learning. See how she can keep up with her entire college experience via Schoology's mobile app during her commute to campus, including her coursework, her grades, her peers, and her student government group.
Digital natives (a.k.a. any of today’s students) expect all of their content to be in one easy-to-access place. Learn how Roxanne uses the Schoology LMS on her iPad to support her everyday activities like keeping track of assignments and interacting with other classmates. She also uses Schoology to keep up with her student government group and volleyball team.
Alex MacDonald is a department coordinator who wants to gain a deeper understanding of how learning is happening across his campus. See how Alex can create learning objectives for his entire department, view the performance of his students and his curriculum based on those learning objectives, and provide personalized mentorship to students and faculty.
Gone are the days of parents waiting around for report cards. With Schoology’s LMS, parents can use their own login to track progress their students are making. See how Adam, Roxanne’s father, uses Schoology on his smartphone to check on her grades, gain a deeper understanding of her workload, see what’s happening with her extracurricular activities.
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