|By PR Newswire||
|January 15, 2014 01:13 PM EST||
LOS GATOS, Calif., Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenEd today announced the addition of learning assessments to OpenEd's catalog of over 750,000 standard-aligned educational videos and games. This allows teachers and educators to easily search by Common Core learning standard or keyword to find online tests and quizzes to assess content mastery within their classroom – all for free.
With the world's largest catalog of standard-aligned videos and games – all curated by educators, OpenEd provides educators and parents with a simple tool to find videos and games that enliven lesson plans and aid students in class or at home. This provides teachers with a powerful tool to refresh their lesson plans, blend media content into classroom lectures and aid students with their work in class or at home.
To visit OpenEd go to www.OpenEd.io.
"Teachers and parents worldwide are using OpenEd's catalog of educational videos and games to enrich their students' learning experience," said Megan Frantz, Math Curator at OpenEd. "With the addition of assessments, educators can now use those to assess mastery of the material they are teaching."
While OpenEd can be used with any Learning Management System, OpenEd also provides its own free LMS allowing teachers to create courses with multiple topics while leveraging OpenEd's powerful recommendation engine to find the best relevant material available. In addition, with OpenEd teachers can quickly create a simple 'Playlist' of videos that can be shared with students, other teachers or other educational software.
OpenEd is available today and free for anyone, including teachers, parents and developers. To learn more visit http://www.OpenEd.io
OpenEd was founded in 2012 with the goal of enabling teachers to have access to the best educational resources (videos, games, and assessments) for their students, especially for finding the right resources for Common Core standards. To do this, OpenEd has built the world's largest catalog of educational resources. OpenEd is committed to keeping all content available free to all educators worldwide.
OpenEd is a registered trademark of OpenEd, Inc. All other registered or unregistered trademarks are the sole property of their respective owners.
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