How to schedule a free demonstration
Let us give you an overview of how schools are using Educeri today.
Fill out the form to schedule time with our Educeri Curriculum Specialists.
Or call us at 1-800-495-1550 we are available from 8 am – 5 pm PST.
How to subscribe as a School or District
For Administrators at schools or districts who would like to invite their teachers to join their Edcueri team. You have the ability to add, remove, and view teacher activity.
How to reset your password
Keeping track of all your passwords is hard, so we’ve got you covered. Follow these steps to reset your password.
School or District Features
How to add a teacher to your team
As the Administrator of a school or district account you have the ability to add teachers to your account.
Log in to your account
Go to the My Account tab
On the left panel, go to the Licenses option
On the right you will see a function to Add User(s), click on it
Enter the first email and if you have all emails on hand you can use the Add Another Email button and this will trigger multiple fields to enter multiple emails simultaneously.
After you are done entering emails click the Invite Users button and this will send an email invitation to your team via email which they will have to accept and continue to create their accounts.
Your teacher’s accounts will be activated once they accept the invitation.
Lesson Overview Video
This video is an overview of how our EDI Lessons are designed to maximize instructional effectiveness. It covers learning objective, concept development, skill development, guided practice, relevance, and closure.
How to find lessons FAST
With over 1,000 lessons, we have made sure to include ‘powerful search options’ in the lesson gallery. Though sometimes it is fun to scroll down and browse through all the lessons, we do realize it may be a bit of a time burner.
Type in a keyword ex. Theme. Before you submit your search you will see the available options for lessons that are related to that word right below the search bar. We are working to improve our search feature and making sure you find what you need ASAP!
If nothing shows up hit the search icon or the “Enter” key and all of the related lessons will populate on the page.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much is the monthly subscription?
Our monthly subscription is $7 per month, and you can begin your 30-day free trial without providing your credit card information. If you decide to add your credit card information, you will not be charged until the end of your free trial.
How much is the annual subscription?
Our annual subscription is $75 per year and you can begin your 30-day free trial without providing your credit card information. If you decide to add your credit card information, you will not be charged until the end of your free trial.
Is there an auto-renew feature?
Yes, if you sign up for either the monthly or annual plan, you will be charged every month or year until you cancel your account.
Do I have to enter my credit card to start my free trial?
No, but if you decide to add your credit card information, you will not be charged until the end of your trial.
How do I print the lessons?
Every lesson comes with a printable student handout that you can download as a .pdf and print on your printer at home or work. Only student handouts are available for downloading and printing.
My free trial subscription expired, now what?
Now that you’ve had 30 days to experience Educeri, you have the option to pay for a monthly or annual subscription. Log in and go to the My Account page. and visit the “Subscription Informations” section, and enter your payment info so you can continue to have access to Educeri resources
Why are some lessons not available?
You can have free access to all content for 30 days. After the trial period, you will have limited access. You can still access a few lessons per grade at no cost, but you’ll need to purchase a subscription in order to have access to all of the Educeri resources.
Can lessons be distributed electronically to students?
Yes, each lesson has a .pdf student handout that you can either download, print, or copy the .pdf URL, and distribute it using a system like Google Classroom or Schoology. Students will be able to open the .pdf files with ease on desktops, tablets, chromebooks, or any device with internet access.
Can I modify a lesson?
Educeri lessons are property of DW Educational Research Inc., therefore they cannot be modified.
When are more lessons coming?
New lessons are added as they are completed by our team of curriculum specialists. We average three new lessons per week.
Will you be adding more science and history lessons?
Educeri lessons are typically written for English language arts and mathematics only. If we have a paid contract to write science and history lessons, we will do so. However, the demand is typically for English and mathematics only, therefore that is what we most often create.
I requested a lesson, but I haven’t received it yet. When will I get it?
New lessons are written for paying clients first. In between paid clients, we try to write all other newly requested lessons that we don’t yet have in our catalog. All lesson requests are evaluated by our team of curriculum specialists. The most frequently-requested lessons are placed in the front of the queue. If you would like to fund the development of a lesson that you urgently need, please contact our client relations team to discuss payment: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are lessons aligned to Common Core?
Many of our lessons were written expressly for federal 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.
As a standards-based research company, we have reviewed, analyzed, and compared the standards for many states and countries, so we can confidently say that our lessons fulfill the requirements of standards from around the world. We are currently working on a cross-reference map that will specifically notate each lesson and what standard it represents in each state and country. Check back for this in the fall of 2016.