Join thousands of school districts that are successfully transitioning between classroom, hybrid, and virtual learning the easy way
Access a vast library of ready-made, curriculum-aligned, K-12 activities.
Enhance learning with engaging animations and formative assessments.
Teachers can personalize and differentiate content to fit their lessons.
Administrators reduce subscription costs with a single upfront payment.
Make every lesson engaging
Teachers can easily add interactive learning activities to any lesson without searching online or developing anything from scratch. With Boardworks, teachers have thousands of digital activities at their fingertips that they can customize to match the learning experience required by their students.
Seamlessly transition between classroom, hybrid, and remote instruction
Keep your teachers teaching across all scenarios while also saving them valuable time. Whether the learning is happening in the classroom, at home, or both, teachers can access and assign activities to students providing continuity across all instructional models.
Getting your district started
is a cinch
We make starting Boardworks super easy with turn-key implementation, an intuitive teacher platform, a familiar slideshow format, and no student logins to worry about. Every teacher can quickly get started at any part of the school year without overly complex or time-intensive PD.
“All of the Miami County superintendents I consulted with agreed that Boardworks was a no-brainer as a purchase.”
Miami County ESC
“These slides are better than anything I have ever seen: the interactivity of it, you can manipulate it easily, it’s visually appealing, it’s kid-friendly…”
Hartland Consolidated School
“Curriculum content is interactive and tech-based, no matter the subject. This great tool, takes a burden off teachers’ plates for once.”
Dr. Richard Hughes
Works with everything you’re already using
White Paper: How to Leverage Existing Technology Investments to Address Education Challenges
Technology is a tool, designed to support and supplement long-term instructional best practices. School districts face the greatest challenges when they attempt to steer teachers in entirely new directions because of the technology investments they have made.