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  • SupportForgot your password? We know that feeling. Reset your Learning. com password or pull your username through our Support Site! #LcomTips9 hours agoReply
  • Support@bongalinea1 Hi, Bong! Could you PM us with your district name and username? You may not have the 'Proctor' role that you need to view and assign assessments. Thanks!14 hours agoReply
  • SupportThis interactive tool shows you how EasyTech meets ELA, math, science, & social studies skills & gives sample curriculum recommendations for each skill. Bring on cross-curricular studies! #LcomTips day agoReply
  • SupportWe have a new type of Application Exercise: Discussion Reflections! Assign Reflections alongside EasyTech Discussions so students can self-evaluate & let their teacher know if they have lingering questions. You can find them in the Library with '...Reflection (New!)' in the title
    2 days agoReply
  • SupportHappy Monday! Our Support team is on hand & ready to help you with all your back-to-school needs! New to using Forget how to assign new class curriculum? Wondering how to use our Lessons in Google Classroom? We want to help! days agoReply
  • SupportWe now support integration with Google Classroom! Just the click of a button in our Catalog can assign our curriculum to the Google Classroom account for your school. Find out how to assign curriculum to your Google classes here: #LcomTips
    6 days agoReply
  • SupportHave you signed up for our monthly newsletter? Our August edition came out today and has lots of great information to help you kick off the school year!
    1 week agoReply
  • SupportStart the year off by taking our 'Be Kind Online' pledge with your students as a reminder to stay safe, responsible, & kind while using the internet. You can also print a copy to display in your classroom: #LcomTips
    1 week agoReply
  • SupportDevelop creativity & innovation in each of your students with our EasyCode curriculum! EasyCode is a great way to support the future web or game designer in your classroom-- for both elementary & middle schoolers! week agoReply