The Learning Module is a new, digital format—part lesson plan, part discussion starter, part digital curriculum resource. It replaces the textbook, returning curriculum content and design power to teachers.
Every teacher with a Scholar account can make Learning Modules. They use the Learning Module to:
Plan their learning designs.
Deliver content and activities directly to their students’ activity streams from the Learning Module.
Share their Learning Module with other teachers in their school, as well as parents, and anyone else with whom they “peer”.
Build a portfolio of learning resources, which can be continually updated based on insights gained during delivery to learners.
Make this portfolio public, for instance, when applying for a new job.
Beyond your school:
The Scholar team curates high quality learning modules into the publicly accessible Scholar Bookstore, where ...
They can be given away at no charge, or sold, per module or in a series of modules on a whole-school subscription basis — and we pay generous royalties (feature coming soon).
For instructions on how to create a Learning Module, visit here.