We the People Ebooks on Actively Learn Have Become Even More Adaptable!

Jul 11, 2019 / E-news, We the People

The reliable civic education lessons and curriculum of the We the People program now appear as ebooks for middle and high school classes on the Actively Learn platform. The level one book for elementary students will also arrive at Actively Learn in spring 2020. All three ebooks offer interactive tools for teachers and students, such as translation of text, highlighting and note taking, and manageable classroom accounts, that are adaptable for every classroom’s needs.
Actively Learn has further enhanced the ebooks with upgrades that benefit teachers with diverse classroom management features. Now, teachers can assign individual sections of the textbook to their students, making it easier for the curriculum to be taught in an order unique to the class using it. However, all of these features are adaptable—teachers can assign the whole textbook if they choose instead of individual sections.
In addition, ebook licenses can be managed to fit unique user needs. One student license is no longer restricted to one student only in a year-long span of time. Instead, multiple students can use one license that is broken up into individual months to match the actual usage of the license.
Find more helpful tips on how to use the Actively Learn gradebook, import your own complementary content, and give feedback to students on their assignments on the Actively Learn site. Middle school and high school learners and teachers can test the platform with a free lesson, as well as explore the books’ pricing and features.

The reliable civic education lessons and curriculum of the We the People program now appear as e-books for middle and high school classes on the Actively Learn platform. The level one book for elementary students will also arrive at Actively Learn in spring 2020. All three e-books offer interactive tools for teachers and students, such as translation of text, highlighting and note taking, and manageable classroom accounts, that are adaptable for every classroom’s needs.

Actively Learn has further enhanced the e-books with upgrades that benefit teachers with diverse classroom management features. Now, teachers can assign individual sections of the textbook to their students, making it easier for the curriculum to be taught in an order unique to the class using it. However, all of these features are adaptable—teachers can assign the whole textbook if they choose instead of individual sections.

In addition, e-book licenses can be managed to fit unique user needs. One student license is no longer restricted to one student only in a year-long span of time. Instead, multiple students can use one license that is broken up into individual months to match the actual usage of the license.

Find more helpful tips on how to use the Actively Learn grade book, import your own complementary content, and give feedback to students on their assignments on the Actively Learn site. Middle school and high school learners and teachers can test the platform with a free lesson, as well as explore the books’ pricing and features.

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