"As principal, I find it delightful when I hear a group of junior high students speak with excitement about any learning that takes place in their classrooms. It is really a technology program that integrates social studies learning to the level of the student. The access to the class work, grades, and lessons are always an asset for a principal."
"Not only did I think eLearnAssignments was a practical way of getting students to become more informed about local and world news events, but the possibility of getting students reading more outside of class became readily apparent."
"The flexibility of the website allows for individualized directions so teachers can target other important skills through the studying of current events such as vocabulary development and writing skills."
"On the reading portion of the preliminary ACT, our students scored considerably higher from last year!"
I have been using eLearnAssignments for the past two years. I am very impressed at how simple it is to use. Each assignment comes with questions and answers, and I love that you can add your own! The topic for each assignment comes from incredible news sources and involves current news headlines."
"eLearnAssignments is a great way for you to have your students practice and improve their reading and test taking skills. I love to use it as an opening assignment for my students. It gets them talking about current events, and they enjoy debating with each other."
eLearnAssignments has been a wonderful program for my students. As a teacher, I love the flexibility of eLearn in tailoring assignments and questions to my curriculum. I am able to not only provide a way to promote the use of technology, but do so in a way that helps my students to connect to their community and to the world around them. Class discussions have been significantly enhanced as students are able to analyze connections between class themes and the ideas discussed in their eLearnAssignments. This has been a wonderful program to use for my classes and has also enhanced collaboration on curriculum development with my colleagues."