Lessonbee® is a digital learning platform for 21st century character-based education. Designed to support blended learning, flipped learning, reflective learning, social learning, and personalized learning, Lessonbee enhances classroom instruction by allowing teachers to easily enroll students in online classes, assign tasks, homework, quizzes, and reflections, create individualized education plans, provide real-time feedback, and measure student progress.
Effective teachers use Lessonbee® to improve preparation, increase classroom instruction time, and build student accountability. Teachers can create and share lessons and resources; add elearning in SCORM, AICC, xAPI, cmi5 and Smart Sparrow LTI formats; and upload videos or add videos from YouTube. Our cloud-based solution seamlessly integrates into technology-enabled classrooms making it easy for teachers to adopt digital learning.
Lessonbee provides a digital health and sex education curriculum that uses social media, conversation, and storytelling to help middle and high school students identify responsible choices that will shape their future. Our curriculum provides a turnkey option for schools to implement a health education program that meets the technology expectations of today’s learners, ease of use required by teachers, security and integration demands of school districts, and NYC, NYS and national standards requirements. Our lessons can be used by teachers employing blended learning or flipped learning strategies, and by organizations offering credit recovery.Read More
View reports on enrollment, grades, homework, quizzes, tasks, and reflections, and track progress to mastery in an intuitive dashboard.
Add learning objects to your class from the marketplace - including adaptive courseware - or upload your own learning content.
Combine learning content to create your own classes, modules, units, lessons and individualized learning plans (ILPs).
Assign lessons, quizzes, reflections, homework and tasks, at the class level or to select students and view completion status and scores.
A recent report by New York City Comptroller's office titled "Healthy Relationships: A Plan for Improving Health and Sexual Education in New York City Schools," highlighted the deficiencies in the City’s ability to provide comprehensive health education. Just over half of all middle school students are receiving their mandated semester of health education. This report identifies NYC schools that are failing to meet health education standards. If your school is among those that are struggling to meet city expectations, you're invited to join our Health Education Pilot and get free access to our curriculum for the 2018-2019 school year.