New Feature Release: Introducing Video Lessons

You’re here because you love the curriculum aligned learning games at Legends of Learning. Learning through play is truly the best way to engage students, but sometimes you want to mix it up with simulations, assessments, and now, videos!

Today, we’re excited to announce that our Learning Universe is expanding to continue helping educators like you.

We’re leveling up our assignments by adding videos to our platform! We’ve always made sure our 2,000+ games are rigorous and teach a specific standard, but also incredibly fun and engaging for your students — you can expect the same with videos here at Legends of Learning.

We’ve always wanted to add videos to our platform, but we’ve never been able to find the right ones. Videos we saw online were either too boring, too long, or not aligned to a single standard. So we decided to make our own, or rather we decided to have our Legends, those engaging teachers who love to make videos, create new videos for the platform. Right now we have videos for 3-5th grade science created from our Legendary educators, but we’re adding videos to our other grades and subjects every day. 

Like other content on our platform, you can expect the videos to be engaging, keep with high academic rigor, and tie directly to a single standard. 

We’re always looking to build the best things for you, so we’re looking for your feedback. The videos will be rated like our mini-games. We hope to make better and better videos over time as we gather ratings feedback.

So how can you add these to your assignments?

Teachers can insert a video lesson from Legends of Learning, or insert a link to YouTube or Vimeo. After creating a draft assignment, you will have the option to add a video. 

To see a complete breakdown check out our Knowledge Base article here

As always, we believe the teacher is the superhero, the Legend of Learning, and we are here to help Legends with engaging tools for the classroom. Let us know what you think!

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