UClass is a curriculum content management system that helps teachers and administrators better navigate Common Core standards by organizing and sharing teaching materials with each other. With UClass, teachers can upload lesson plans and assessment materials, while accessing additional content shared by other teachers in their district. UClass is a license-based service with pricing dependent on district size. Teachers can sign up for a free demo on the website.
UClass provides K-12 teachers and administrators with a content management system to make lesson planning and collaboration easier. By sharing Common Core-aligned curriculum lesson and assessment materials across school districts, UClass users can more easily find all curriculum resources at their disposal.
Once a school district signs up for UClass, teachers can upload content, organize lessons and assessments, and share materials with other educators. They can also access other teachers’ shared content to supplement their own materials. Meanwhile administrators can monitor trends in curriculum use and behavior through UClass analytics tools.
All content is aligned to Common Core, Next Generation and State Standards. UClass users also have unlimited cloud storage so they can store all of their content and access it at any time.
UClass is a browser-based tool that requires internet access to be used. With cloud storage, teachers can access UClass resources anywhere at any time.
UClass is a license-based service with annual per-teacher pricing dependent on district size. Districts with fewer than 500 teachers can sign up for $120 per teacher per year. Districts with 500-9,999 teachers can sign up for $90/teacher. Larger districts with more than 10,000 teachers can sign up for $60/teacher.
All plans provide teachers, school leaders, and district administrators with full access to manage and view UClass content. In addition, parents and students can access UClass resources shared with them by teachers and administrators.
WHO IS USING IT
As of June 2014, UClass was being used in over 5,000 schools by more than 10,000 teachers and administrators.
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