An LMS or Learning Management system is becoming increasingly important in order to organize & deliver 21st century lessons to the students in your school district. Wikipedia defines a LMS as a “software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, and reporting of training programs, classroom and online events, e-learning programs, and training content.”
As I began to explore itsLearning from both the teacher & admin perspective I was pleasantly surprised with the ease of access, levels of control, & organized help. As a teacher there were several features that immediately caught my eye for classroom use including video conferencing, the ePortfolios, & the student email accounts. As an LMS administrator features like Hierarchy Management, user & profile policies, multiple interface skins, the syncing of parent/student accounts, & the install service & support were big plusses.

For more information about itsLearning contact Account Executive Nadia Munson @ or visit their websites online
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With itsLearning one of the great advantages are the multiple interface skins they provide including one for Early Learners. Teachers create content using the same format, but it is facilitated to the students through the appropriate skin as seen below. (What grade levels we use each skin for is in the () below)
High School Skin (7-12)

Intermediate Skin (5-6)

Animal Skin (3-4)

Early Learner Skin (K-2)