LessonPro is a free program provided by Strategic Studies. that allows teachers to write lessons and
students to study the lessons on-line via Internet browsers from anywhere around the world
at anytime. LessonPro was developed by Strategic Studies. to provide K-12 educators an easy way
to write instructional lessons for the Internet. We know that teachers don't have time to
learn difficult programming language or special coding in order to write lessons for the
Internet. Our goal has been to make the Internet easy for teachers to integrate into the
teaching learning process. LessonPro is offered free to allow teachers to tap into the
exciting possibilities available when using the Internet in instruction.
Through LessonPro, Strategic Studies is providing teachers around the world the
opportunity to write lessons for their own students, as well as for students using the e-Tutor online learning program.
The popular educational website provides original teacher
developed lessons for students around the world. Students will have free access to lessons
created by their teachers with LessonPro. Once a lesson is completed it is
automatically formatted and made available to students using access codes you give
The general outline for the lesson template follows the
popular format developed for e-Tutor lessons. The dynamic nature of LessonPro integrates
educational resources from the World Wide Web through hyperlinks embedded within each
lesson. Programming and technical languages are not necessary; LessonPro does it all for
Lessons submitted for use in the e-Tutor program should include the following:
- All fields in the LessonPro template have been filled out
including quiz/exam questions
- Meet the e-Tutor standard for quality and grade level
- Differ from previous submissions by at least 50%
- Do not violate any third party rights (e.g., copyright)
Once a lesson is completed writers merely send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, please contact
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