Today’s education environment demands that schools are prepared for quick shifts between remote, in-person, and blended learning. This can be challenging, but schools don’t have to face this daunting task alone. ClassLink was built for this.
Students need easy access to online resources. Teachers and administrators need actionable analytics. ClassLink makes the switch to remote learning less complicated by creating consistency in how students and staff engage with digital learning tools. Both teachers and administrators also have the ability to track engagement with resources.
How Can ClassLink Help?
ClassLink Single Sign-on gives students and staff instant access to all their online resources from any device. Educators don’t have to worry whether or not their students can access everything they need to continue learning from home.
ClassLink Analytics gives educators and administrators evidence that students are engaging with resources. Districts can even use this data as supporting documentation in their request for state approval of digital learning days.
Your students keep files in many places. ClassLink My Files eliminates the need for a VPN and brings your school network, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Dropbox to one location for easy access from anywhere.
Learning Continuity Guidebook
With the end of the school year approaching, administrators are taking the time to step back, revisit remote learning plans, and address what’s missing before the new school year begins. In this nine-part blog series, education leaders share insights and perspectives on how to better prepare for the future. Learn more about the series and each member of this trusted group of former CTO’s, technology directors, and thought leaders.
Schools that succeed with remote learning will have, among other things, a platform that provides students and staff easy access to online resources. Such a system will include usage reporting to serve as evidence of engagement and accountability. This document is a supporting resource for any school organization seeking remote learning funding and in need of supporting documentation for such grant applications.
In the end, because of tools like ClassLink, we were able to provide analytics to the Department of Public Instruction to show that our students were legitimately engaged in learning activities on those digital snow days.
– Matt Anderson, Director of Instructional Technology