Lumos Learning Teachers Portal is now available with exciting new features and enhancements

Piscataway, New Jersey, July 15, 2017

Today’s world of technology has impacted education and blended learning to a large extent. Schools have been adopting technology in a big way to support and help student learning. This is the era of e-education which is impacting both teaching and learning in a large way.

Lumos Learning Teacher Portal, designed with teachers requirements in mind, is now available with exciting new features and enhancements. The Teacher portal supports functions such as the creation of student accounts, the creation of custom assessments, assigning them to students and monitoring of student progress.

The new version of the Teachers Portal has several features that help teachers in assigning personalised learning content to their students based on need.

Teachers can easily assign remedial tests to students for all lessons that are associated with more than 1 standard which will help them improve their mastery over these standards.

The need to communicate the results to students and parents immediately after assessment has been kept in mind in designing the new version of the app. The teachers can make the results of the customized lessons and assignments to the students with ease by clicking on “Make results visible”.

With features listed above, Teacher portal provides the perfect platform to support educators with their classroom management.

A salient feature in that this Teacher portal is compatible with a number of devices and browsers.

To access the Teacher portal or to register click here

About Lumos Learning:

Lumos Learning is a publisher of innovative learning resources and technology tools. It was started in 2007 and is based in Piscataway, New Jersey. The Lumos Study Program supports elementary and middle school educators in their effort to reinforce and extend the classroom learning experience. The program provides engaging learning resources, rigorous assessments, and insightful analytics for students to succeed on the standardized tests.

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Alice Moore


Alice Moore