Streamable Learning Brings the World to Your Classroom Affordably

www.streamablelearning.com

by Emerson Sandow

The Internet has made possible tremendous changes in our lives. One of the most significant is in educational content creation and delivery.  Now your class can have real-world learning experiences right in the classroom.

A company called Streamable Learning offers a very wide menu of supplemental video streaming “field trips” from an impressive list of locations and venues of educational value and allows subscribing schools to stream these video field trips right into the their classes! The subscription is an annual one, not an event-based one, so pricing is extremely reasonable.

A few of these educational providers are California Academy of Sciences, Spaceport America, The National Civil War Museum, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, National Women’s History Museum, the National Churchill Museum in Missouri, dedicated to the life of the distinguished British statesman  and the Fine Art Museum of Boston. The topics include American History, Anthropology, Arts, Botany, Chemistry, Animal Conservation, Environment, Geography, STEM, Government and Women’s roles in history, to name a few. These institutions have created the videos and Streamable Learning brings them to you and your class.

Imagine having the luxury of providing your students with a subscription to high-quality intelligent video content, on demand, for one flat annual fee! Streamable Learning believes in bringing students their presentations in an affordable manner, as well as being convenient. Your class can learn about a vast cross-section of topics right in the classroom! Plus, the videos are interactive, so children will not simply experience passive learning, but will be a part of it as well. Your class will gain valuable knowledge about many topics and may have a spark of deeper curiosity lit into a fire because of seeing a particular video presentation on Streamable Learning.

The technical needs are simple – WiFi, a PC or Mac and you can subscribe to Streamable Learning and click on a scheduled presentation as you wish. A Live Streaming Calendar subscription includes:
• Over 400 events

  • Covering all areas of curriculum
  • 30 to 40 minutes in length
  • Grade range relevance reviews
  • Pre and post-materials to help support the video topic context
  • Recorded copies in case you need them for review or if you miss a scheduled presentation

Give your students one of the huge advantages of 21st Century technology and visit Streamable Learning today to subscribe for the 2017-18 schedule — http://www.streamablelearning.com E.S.

Author: Michael Leppert

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