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"A learning platform provides a completely new dimension to teaching, especially in secondary education."

Koos Van ‘t Hul, ESL teacher, Griftland College, The Netherlands

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itslearning helps you create activities that engage your students’ imaginations using the digital tools they love. It also automates many school tasks so everyone has more time – and ensures teachers, senior leaders, parents and students have all the information they need, when they need it.

For secondary school teachers, itslearning provides an environment for creating and sharing course materials. All materials, including lesson plans, learning objectives and reports, are saved in one location and accessed through an intuitive interface.

itslearning helps secondary students extend their learning opportunities. Student-created collaborative projects, recorded lectures viewable anytime and assessment criteria help guide students to success.

By serving as a hub for teachers’ interactive content and digital resources, itslearning allows teachers to engage their students to a greater extent. The end result is an increased emphasis on learning.


Success Stories

Read about the possibilities created by itslearning at these three secondary schools.

Marketing teacher Brian DeRose uses itslearning bulletins to notify his students of everything from assignment due dates to school fees and field trips. Read an interview where Brian describes his practice.

Minecraft features prominently in Mitch Brotherton's math class, and itslearning is the administrative hub behind his unique teaching approach. Mitch explains how Minecraft keeps his lessons relative and engaging.

Teacher Tor Øyvind Andersen recalls a former student who never seemed to improve. Cultural differences in the teacher/student relationship prevented her from excelling. Read how Tor Øyvind now overcomes this challenge in his chemistry class at Nesbru upper secondary school.

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