This article was originally published on Tech&Learning by Tara Smith on January 22, 2018.
A learning management system (LMS) should support every aspect of your school district’s digital infrastructure. How do you choose an LMS that will best fit the unique needs of your school? Find out what these educators have to say about why they chose their LMS and how it’s working in their context.
Students at Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation on their iPads.
School District: The Evansville (IN) Vanderburgh School Corporation (37 schools, 1,600 educators, and 23,000 students)
What they love about their LMS: Tim Wilhelmus, Innovation, Curriculum, and Technology Specialist, says itslearning serves as a centralised hub and digital playground for teachers and students. The platform offers an integration with Google Suite a flexible architecture that allows teachers to bring in “outside” Web tools and other functionalities, thus expanding the LMS and letting it “live outside of the itslearning space.” Wilhelmus particularly likes the itslearning Planner and Pages features. The fact that it can be utilised in primary grades is also important for this K-12 school district.