1000 Student Images
Up to 2 Co-Teachers
Google Classroom Integration
Billed annually or $15 month-to-month
Everything in Teacher, plus...
Central Roster Managment
Reporting for Coaches
As a Middle and High School who prioritizes student work, the pandemic posed a critical problem: how do we see authentic work? Memphis Rise now uses EdLight daily to collect written exit tickets and audit note-taking. Students dozens of images a week on a variety of devices, and teachers use it to keep students accountable to completing work and give targeted + motivational feedback.
“The main benefit of EdLight for me is being able to see students’ work in a format that is easy for them to use and easy for me to grade. - Tracy Estes
“EdLight has given us a dependable opportunity to see student work and provide meaningful feedback on the work students are producing. We have also been able to use the work students are submitting in EdLight in our coaching conversations as a way of grounding our observation feedback and planning moving forward.” - Rebecca Olivarez
After students submit 1000 images images of their work, you will be asked to upgrade, and some features may be unavailable. You won’t lose any work or lose access. When you upgrade to the paid Teacher account, complete access will be restored.
Sure! If your school or district joins EdLight, any paid amount by you in that same school year can be refunded. Just drop us a line to let us know.
Sure thing, here’s a form you can fill out. We will follow up with you via email!
We accept all major credit cards or bank transfers. School and district accounts can also pay by check.
Totally! Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org with your details and we can help you with an invoice for your school
Totally! Collaboration is an essential part of great teaching. The free Starter and paid Teacher accounts allow up to 2 co-teachers to be added to your account.
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