Bringing You Even More Interactive Content and Features to Start 2018 Off Right!

We continue to enjoy hearing from each of you, sharing in your teaching experience, and receiving your valuable feedback. We are thrilled to share with you what we have been working on!

Today we launched the addition of more Skill Builders to the Interactive Platform- Crime Scene Decoder – Whodunnits? and Crime Scene Decoders. We are also officially announcing the release of editable Performance Tasks, expanded auto-grading, and Professional Development resources for administrators.


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Expansion of Interactive Lessons and Site Updates to Kick off the School Year

We have received your requests and have been working hard to bring you this release today, just in time for the new school year. We hope you are as excited as we are!

With our latest launch we are adding Projects, Activities, Rank & Reason, and Person Puzzles to our interactive platform as well as other exciting new features. We have also made updates to My Lessons and officially launched our Admin Dashboard for site and district administrators.

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Expanding NextLesson’s Interactive Lessons to English Language Arts

We’ve got a gem of a release going live today and we hope you love it as much as we do!

With our latest launch we are expanding our online platform to English Language Arts. To support ELA, specifically, we have added a lot of new features that teachers have requested: multiple reading levels, model-text annotation, DOK indicators, and online grading (including standards-aligned rubrics).


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NextLesson Provides More Support for Users with New Help Center


At NextLesson, we try hard to make sure you have the support you need in regards to using our website and lessons. Our awesome teacher success team is quick to provide help via phone, email or chat, but we felt like we could do more. In an effort to give NextLesson users the best experience possible, we created a go-to place for comprehensive and up to date information about using NextLesson, which you can access anytime and anywhere.

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Academic Experts Added to Educator Advisory Board

We’re excited to announce that we have appointed two new members to our Educator Advisory Board: Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education at Stanford University, and Jim Burke, English Teacher at Burlingame High School in California. With the additions of Boaler and Burke, NextLesson has the recognition and support of subject-area experts in Mathematics and English Language Arts. They will provide direction and feedback on our curriculum, content strategy, sales and marketing to support K-12 education.

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