Why Should I Subscribe to Shmoop?: Teachers
Check out our free 24-hour trial... you know you want to.
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Why Should I?
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Well, a Shmoop subscription gives you access to all of that…meat.
By purchasing the Teacher subscription plan, which gives teachers and parents resources [Man at door holds large bag of raw meat.]
to help their students through school…
…you’ll be able to get your hands on Shmoop’s premium products for one low monthly price. [Laptop is scanned by till]
With your subscription, you’ll have unlimited access to all Test prep, including in-depth
topic reviews and practice exams…
…Day-by-day lesson plans...
…and core courses in math, science, history and ELA.
You’ll also have access to Shmoop’s Response to Intervention tools, which make it a snap
to pinpoint your child’s individual strengths and weaknesses.
And while there are many free videos on Shmoop, there are thousands more that are only available
with a subscription.
Not to mention the fact that you’ll be free of pop-up ads, ensuring that you will never
be subliminally instructed to purchase electronics at Best Buy. [Advert appears on screen]
So where do you go from here?
Just add a student seat to your subscription, and your kids can get direct access to all
of Shmoop’s resources.
Any new products that come along in the future?
You’ll instantly get those, too.
So you won’t be like that old guy who’s wondering what in the world an iPhone is and
why everyone else seems to have one. [Old man with walking stick]
If you’re not quite sure, or you’re a huge commitment-phobe…
There’s a 24-hour free trial period, so if you like what you see, you can stay subscribed
and keep on Shmoopin’.
If you hate what you can see, you can turn in the other direction and run screaming for
the hills…by canceling your subscription before the 24 hours are up. [Old man falls over]
But…we don’t see that happening.
Once you’ve given Shmoop the college try and have fallen madly in love…
…you’ll be able to manage your subscription from your dashboard, which is THIS thingie.
You’ll simply click on the My Subscriptions button, and boom.
There it is.
From the dashboard, you’ll be able to add students to your subscription, set up and
manage your virtual classroom, and access Gradebook.
We could take you on a full tour of the site now, but…you look busy.
So sign up for a free trial and browse Shmoop’s offerings at your leisure.
While this may be an “All You Can Eat” type deal…
…we’re confident your child’s brain won’t ever feel too full for one more heaping [Pile of hamburgers turns into pile of books]
tray of knowledge.