ENABLING & EMPOWERING DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION IN BLENDED LEARNING CLASSROOMS
The classroom is a fast-paced, complex learning environment, and teachers need to be able to make instructional decisions quickly, using a solid base of data and instructional options to meet student needs.
Odysseyware now offers ClassPaceTM, a flexible, easy-to-use digital resource tool with a powerful bank of standards-aligned content resources and real-time data dashboard. Features in ClassPace are designed to enable and empower teachers to differentiate instruction in minutes, monitor progress, and quickly define next steps for their students to keep all on track to succeed.
Differentiated instruction in minutes
Choose students to include in your class or group.
Easily search and select standards-aligned digital content to create an assignment playlist.
Assign & Monitor
Assign content to student playlist and monitor progress in real time.
Use actionable data to create new playlists or groups in just a few minutes using your tablet or desktop.
ClassPace provides a digital instructional resources center for the teacher, with everything accessible via an iPad or laptop screen. For the students, a fun interface provides digital, relevant content and planner features to give them choice, voice and learning options as 21st Century learners.
Quick Group Assignment
Whole Group Planner
Designed by Teachers – for Teachers – and for Students
We listened to what teachers wanted and researched what works best for blended learning to create ClassPace. ClassPace delivers what our customers tell us is important and what experts have confirmed works best. ClassPace offers great digital content with a dashboard-based playlist design that is both functional and engaging for teachers and students.
*Grades 3-12 ELA and Math available now; Science and Social Studies to be added fall 2018.
What customers say about ClassPace
Survey quotes from Odysseyware customers across the country who signed up to try out this new blended learning solution first.
“Students often remind me that what I am explaining in class is what they previewed in ClassPace an it begins to click for them. Students are excited to show me their 'checks' on assignments.”
“Teachers look for ease of use. If teachers have a lot of steps, they’re not going to do it. This was to the point. I think they’ll actually look at the data. After one training, my teachers could really get it.”
“If you want to do stations—the ClassPace route is the way to go. It’s flexible and teacher friendly.”