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Educeri Lesson Subscription Service Review


Educeri Lesson Subscription Service Reviews

Hi Neighbors!

Here is a resource we reviewed from Educeri .......  Educeri a division of DataWORKS .  It is the Educeri Lesson Subscription Service.    This is a subscription service, of course, that has such a varied amount of lessons available, over 1,000 and they are adding more as they become available.  This is a place where you can use lessons for some of your regular curriculum, as extra study, or for a refresher class.  So, let's get started.


Educeri Lesson Subscription Service Reviews

First of all you need to sign up for a subscription.  After you are subscribed, take some time to look around and see just what courses are available that might work for your needs.  You can search by subject, grade, or even put a word in the search box.  Subjects included are: Math, Science, English Language Arts, History, Art, P. E., Music, Spanish,  English Language Development, and other resources.  Grades include kindergarten to high school.  As you can see there is a lot of information on this site.  Do take note, that the majority of courses have to do with Math and English.

I did notice that most of the courses available are aligned with Common Core standards for classes, so if you are like me you can look over the course ahead of time, and find out if you will have issues with anything in the lesson, or if it affects the way the lesson is taught.

Each lesson can be done online, sort of like a powerpoint or slideshow that you control.  You read the page/slide that appears, do the work and click the next arrow.  There is a pdf. download that you can use on the computer, or print off if needed.  I liked that the lessons allow the use of a "pen", "highlighter" and "eraser" for marking important sections of the lesson on each slide/page.  The last couple of slides are a review of sorts.  Depending on the age of your child, these classes can be used independently, which can free up some of your time.  These lessons of course are perfect for a subject the parent does not feel they are knowledgeable enough about.


Educeri Lesson Subscription Service Reviews

My daughter is in high school, so she was able to do most assignments on her own.  We would only use these as extra assignments or to work on areas she needed a little more help in.


Educeri Lesson Subscription Service Reviews

Educeri has a FREE 30 day trial, that requires no credit card information, so you can see if this program would work for you.  Educeri is $7 a month, or $75 for the year.  When you register, you can choose which method you prefer.

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