This blog was originally published on March 13, 2020 and has been updated on May 26, 2020 to reflect our updated free trial and hybrid learning resources.
We are committed to helping students succeed, especially in challenging times. For the end of the 2020 school year we opened up access to Listenwise Premium. As of May 26, 2020 we still offer Listenwise Premium access for 30-days. If you are working with students in summer school and want longer access to Premium let us know in this form if you want additional access through the summer and we are happy to extend your access.
If you are a single teacher or parent seeking access to Listenwise Premium for remote or hybrid learning, you can always join free for access to Listenwise PREMIUM for 30 days!
We hope this provides you and your students with helpful structured learning opportunities during this difficult time.
As you are planning for the upcoming school year in Fall 2020 be sure to check out our resources:
- Explore our Remote Learning resources on our teacher support site
- Adapting to hybird learning using Listenwise
- Teaching English language learners using Listenwise
- Watch more “how-to” videos on our YouTube channel
If you are interested in chatting with us about flexible plans for your flexible needs, schedule a call with us here.
Please let us know if there is anything else we can do to support you and your students while your school is closed. We wish you all good health!
Founder and CEO, Listenwise
Listenwise is an online platform that supports remote learning with easy-to-use lessons and quizzes. Listenwise offers a curated collection of more than 2000 lessons featuring brief nonfiction audio stories for students in grades 2-12. Lessons address current events and popular curriculum topics in English language arts, social studies, and science. Listenwise sources podcasts from public radio and other producers of high quality educational audio content.
Listenwise lessons help students develop listening comprehension and other core literacy skills and build academic vocabulary and background knowledge in a wide range of domains. They offer opportunities for students to engage in critical thinking about important topics and make connections between the curriculum and the world outside of school.