Classteacher Learning Systems launches its second version of Content Management System
Content Management System navigates better lesson modules for the teachers
- (1888PressRelease) February 23, 2012 - Classteacher Learning Systems, a pioneer in digital interactive educational solutions, after launching one of its latest innovations in the education section- Classpad, is launching Content Management System, (CMS Version 2). This new technological innovation is an advanced version of the first module and aims to provide more streamlined access of lesson modules to the teachers.
Classteacher has a huge array of content consisting of 75,000 odd modules in the form of animations, presentations, simulations; mind-maps etc. which facilitates activity based and collaborative learning thus ensuring longer and deeper retention of concepts in students. The content is managed through CMS- Content Management System wherein content is organized as per different grades and subjects.
Using the CMS Version 2, Teachers can now plan their own lesson calendar, modify existing lesson plans and create own lessons from module library corresponding to the particular subject.
The new CMS (version 2) would feature prominent applications like lesson planner and a much organised dash board that would allow better search facilities, which in turn would make the learning process in a classroom more effective and less time consuming.
Now, teachers will have class specific home page i.e. only those classes will be accessible to the teachers which are allocated to them, although one could easily search and use modules of other classes as well.
Furthermore, post feeding the lesson details, the teacher can add other modules from the virtual module library corresponding to the mentioned lesson and then give a better and holistic approach to the lesson plan.
This new Content Module System would strengthen the teachers and assist them in preparing their own content into the lesson plans thus, giving it a personalized touch. The teacher can form lesson plans according to the learning pace of the students.