Educeri Lessons Are Designed To Maximize Student Learning

Educeri lessons are standards-based, built from Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI)®, and provide teachers with resources that will help improve test scores.

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How Educeri Is Different From Other PowerPoint Lessons

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Checking for Understanding (CFU): There are checking for understanding questions directly on the slides so teachers can make sure students are learning. If students can’t answer the question, reteach that slide.

Choral Reading: Have the students chorally read the key information on the page.

Whiteboard Questions: The questions are set up for whiteboard responses so teachers can see all student answers.

Non-Volunteers: Call on non-volunteers to make sure everyone is learning.

Complete Sentences: Have the students answer in complete sentences using academic language.

Rule of Two: The lessons provide match problems so the teacher can work one and the students can work the other. Teacher works one question, the student works the other.

Periodic Review: The lessons include periodic review so students will retain the information.

Pair Share: All students answer every question using academic language.

Pronounce With Me: Have students practice harder to read words in the lesson.

Sentence Frames: Questions include a sentence frame to ask the kids to answer in complete sentences using academic language.

Ready To Teach® Digital Lessons Built With EDI

Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI) is the backbone of Educeri lessons. Explicit Direct Instruction is a research-based teaching approach that emphasizes clear and explicit instruction, systematic delivery of content, active engagement, and active, real-time feedback.

It provides educators with a structured framework to effectively deliver lessons and engage students in meaningful learning experiences.

By implementing EDI, teachers can maximize instructional time, increase student engagement, and promote deeper understanding of subject matter.

Reviews About Educeri Lessons for Teaching

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“I used this with a student with Down Syndrome last week, and it was a great resource in helping her understand How questions. She really liked the PowerPoint. Thank you for your time in making this.” – Teacher, Heather C.

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“I get a real thrill when students have remembered a concept from weeks/months ago and tell me about it and how it applies or connects to what we are currently learning about.”

– Teacher
Holy Rosary School
Western Australia

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“EDI has been a huge part of our success. It has provided a common language for instruction and very clear steps for students to learn.”

– Principal, Tim Lopez
Fairmont Elementary
Sanger, CA USA

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“Even with all my training and experience, I still learned something new daily.”

– Teacher, Michelle Williams
Kings Canyon
USA

Three Options For Click, Project, and Teach

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Use Lessons From The Catalog

Ideal for teachers who need digital lesson plans for certain lessons, teachers who are looking to supplement their classroom planner, and teachers who want access to a catalog of nearly 4,000 lessons.

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Use The Curriculum Calendar

Ideal for teachers who want to use a pre-built supplemental curriculum of daily lesson plans. The click, project, teach lessons are laid out in an easy-to-use classroom planner calendar. *Extra fee required.

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Custom Curriculum Calendar

Ideal for teachers who need specific lessons. The teacher can contact Educeri with their requirements and we will build out the curriculum calendar from our library to match their needs. *Extra fee required.

Learn More About Educeri Digital Lessons

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During This Friendly Walkthrough, We Will:

  • Show you how to find a lesson fast.
  • Show you how to use the resources for teachers.
  • Show you bonus resources like units, videos, etc.
  • Show you where to find standard alignments.
  • Offer extended trial periods if needed.
  • Answer any questions you have.

For Administers And Districts:

  • Learn about teacher resources.
  • Set up your team.
  • Add teachers to your team.
  • Quickly manage your teachers.
  • Answer your questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Do The Lessons Work?

Every lesson plan for teaching uses standards-based content that addresses the needs of K-12 teachers and students.

The activities for the lesson plan include resources for the teacher that cover lesson prep and include instructional guidance, student engagement questions, handouts, instructions for student practice, and interactive quizzes.

When it comes time to teach the lesson, the teacher will project the lesson on the projector screen in the classroom.

The students will see the visual aids and the teacher can go through each part of the lesson, one click at a time.

Each lesson has prompts for the teacher that can be used to explain what is being shown to the students.

After important details are explained, it also includes questions to ask the students to check for understanding.

What Do Students Use?
Every lesson comes with a printable student handout that can be downloaded as a PDF to print on any printer.

Teachers can also download and distribute electronically via Google Classroom or Schoology.

Are Lessons Aligned To State Standards?
Many of our lessons were written expressly for Common Core State Standards (CCSS). We also have many lessons that were originally written for California, Tennessee, Texas, Australia, and other state and national standards.
How Much Does Educeri Cost?

Our monthly subscription is $7 per month, and you can begin your 30-day free trial without providing any credit card information.

If you decide to add your credit card information, you will not be charged until the end of your free trial.

Are There Additional Fees?
The calendared programs like Launch to Literacy are only available to subscribers who pay extra for it.

Have more questions? Feel free to talk with our curriculum specialist on our live chat.

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