How do you give students content that they’ll enjoy and actually learn from?
Use learning sciences to increase engagement and effectiveness in your online courses.
You’ll choose what they learn, they’ll choose how they learn with adaptable content and coursework that can be accessed anywhere.
Every student learns at a different rate. Provide additional learning resources on specific concepts or new skills they’re getting stuck on.
Aligned to state and national standards and provide complete, rigorous curriculum to meet graduation requirements.
Choose from thousands of relatable and engaging Study guides, quizzes, videos, flashcards, tutorials and more.
Use a full course or pull particular lessons from different units to create lesson plans tailored for classroom needs.
Not just “haha”, inspire “aha” moments by breaking down tough subjects into fun ones through proven learning sciences.
- Language Arts
Built with Bloom’s taxonomy
Curriculum and coursework that focuses on higher order skills
Virtual or in-person
Can be accessed anytime from anywhere
Personalization of digital curriculum
Always student-centric, adjustable content
Alignment to common-core and state standards
Access to tons of content
Written in a style to keep students engaged
How it Works
Build a course for any subject
Choose from tons of relevant content
Add students to digital classrooms
Create quizzes, assignments and projects
Track and monitor student progress
Get an in-depth look at how courses works
How it's used
Students take courses at their own pace with guides to help them through every step of the process. With access to the dashboard they can track progress, explore course materials and complete activities with access to supporting content like study guides, educational videos, quizzes, flashcards and more. All digital.
Teachers can supplement their classrooms with Shmoop's digital, interactive, and rigorous course material. Whether they’re teaching completely online or have face-to-face time with students, teachers can customize top courses and provide a personalized experience by putting the power of a classroom into a single platform.
Districts can supply educators with interactive and rigorous course material, electives, and credit recovery options; each with a virtual gradebook and analytics so your teachers can keep track of students' progress—and you can keep track of theirs. This adaptable learning environment can be used anywhere your learners are.
A lesson on almost everything in the world along with the funniest videos and just a great experience for all.
Helps writing essays, paragraphs, and gives better understanding of the novel studied in class. This is by far the best app!
I love the witty comments on every summary! I also love that your resources are useful for both students and teachers.
I like the user-friendly platform and the wide variety of classes available to students. The videos have just the right amount of Shmoopiness. :)
Has everything to help make learning possible in a fun way. It has been such a great help with lesson planning.
I enjoyed using Shmoop to help my students get a deeper connection to the topics. It is very informative and fun.
Shmoop offers everything my students need to be successful in the virtual learning world. 100 percent! Amazing!
I discovered Shmoop 7 years ago and my classrooms have never been more fun! The videos are the best, they are funny and engaging!
Increase engagement and effectiveness with a dynamic learning environment.
What standards are Shmoop aligned with?
Common Core as well as numerous state requirements.
How can they be used for credit recovery?
Shmoop offers a credit recovery option for ELA, math, history, and science courses. That means you can now identify your students' strengths and areas for improvement, allowing them to focus on the concepts they're struggling with. Students can relearn those concepts, pass an assessment, and recover their credit for a course.
How many courses does Shmoop have?
Shmoop has over a 600 courses. You can check them all out here.
How are schools that are using Shmoop implementing our online courses?
In-person, virtually, and in a blended learning environment.