New York, NY, December 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- LessonWriter.com showcased its latest lesson writing, individualized learning, and online courseware publishing platform in a presentation to the EdLab at Columbia University's Teachers College.
Jennifer Applebaum, LessonWriter's Director of Education, highlighted the power of the current services, detailed the suggestions and requests of thousands of teachers, and described how the next version of LessonWriter will integrate even more easily with how individual teachers actually teach.
LessonWriter is a popular web service that bridges the gaps between theory and practice; between what educators want for their students and the resources they have to work with. With its strong focus on literacy, LessonWriter converts any content into a rigorous standards based lesson that can be tailored to the needs of individual students in minutes, and all this for free. LessonWriter saves teachers around the world millions of hours of planning time.
LessonWriter is a service created by a group of teachers who decided to address the current gaps in educational tools available to teachers with best practices in content-area literacy and differentiated instruction that adhered to common core standards.
EdLab is a research, design, and development unit at Teachers College, Columbia University. EdLab engages in work that has the potential to contribute to the improvement of educational institutions today and the broader evolution and reconfiguration of future educational services.
In the coming version, LessonWriter intends to give teachers even greater control of the exercises and instruction, and greater interactivity with multimedia.
LessonWriter provides high-quality training and data services to inform differentiation, facilitate collaboration, and coordinate instruction. LessonWriter's software and data management tools empower teachers by quickly and easily transforming digital media into comprehensive lessons and lesson plans that meet the highest standards of educational excellence.