Edulastic, the next-generation online assessment platform for K-12 teachers and administrators, announced that they have become a Google for Education Partner. The Google for Education Partner Program recognizes Partner technologies that complement and extend Google for Education products. Now educators can use the technology-enhanced assessments and real-time data of Edulastic seamlessly with their Google Apps for Education.
“We are excited to not only offer Google educators and students a single sign-on experience, but also allow them to sync their class rosters and share Edulastic assessments through Google Classroom,” says Aditya Agarkar, Edulastic Vice President of Product Development. “Our hope is that this integration will save both educators and students valuable time managing multiple logins and accounts.”
This partnership demonstrates Edulastic’s commitment to empowering teachers and administrators with the most advanced and easy-to-use edtech tools available—allowing them to practice their art with the skill and knowledge needed in today’s ever-evolving education landscape. The Google for Education Partner Program will enhance the value of Google apps to Edulastic customers, and will offer a broad set of powerful APIs that enable Edulastic to help teachers save time, keep classes organized, and improve communication with students.
“By incorporating easier access to Google for Education tools from the Edulastic platform, we’ve opened the doors for enhanced innovative teaching and student learning,” Agarkar said. “We’re looking forward to creating even more ways to make personalizing instruction easier.”
Edulastic is a next-generation online assessment platform that allows K-12 teachers to track students’ progress toward college and career readiness Standards. By providing a free, easy-to-use tool that allows teachers to create and share fully customized assignments, Edulastic helps guide instruction by allowing teachers to quickly discover what students have learned and identify areas of struggle to course correct their teaching in real-time. To learn more about Edulastic, visit www.edulastic.com or follow us on facebook.com/Edulastic or @Edulastic.
Snapwiz Inc. developed Edulastic using its learning platform, which combines interactive authoring tools and context-aware social learning with adaptive technology. The Snapwiz platform is used by some of the world's best global education publishing companies like John Wiley & Sons, Barron's Educational Series, For Dummies, & McGraw-Hill Professional to improve learning outcomes for thousands of students every day.
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