An online learning management system built by teachers for teachers.
Teacher's Web Host is free for your first 30 days, then it's $48 per year. You keep your data -- your test banks and vocabulary banks are all download-able in CSV file formats that can be easily... Read MoreTeacher's Web Host and Scratch Programs (2017-04-03)
According to its website:With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.Scratch helps young... Read MoreControl Panel Rearranging (2017-03-18)
Some enhancements have been made to the control panel.A link now appears for an app to "Sign Student Out of Classroom". This is the teacher version of the app in the student control panel for signing... Read MoreInstalling Multiple-Choice Question Bank (2017-03-13)
Multiple-choice question banks for Teachers Web Host come packed in a compressed ZIP file. This compressed file has text file of the questions which can be imported into a spreadsheet and a... Read More
Explore site features in a 30-day free trial! Annual subscription fee is just $48 per year, a flat fee for all site apps and services.
As more and more classrooms become equipped with Chromebooks, iPads, and other devices, it is becoming increasingly important to organize all of the different services and web sites students and teachers need in the course of their work. Teacher's Web Host is proposed as one such organizing solution. It can be the backbone of your teaching, presenting resources in an organized and flexible fashion. However, it is much more than just a link list!
The apps at Teacher's Web Host have been evolving for over a decade in real classroom use at JonesHistory.net, the classroom web site of developer and social studies teacher, David Jones. The apps evolved in response to real needs in the classroom from assessment to textbook inventories to collecting and grading papers online.
Over the years, some of Mr. Jones' co-workers came to use the software, make suggestions, and give ideas for new apps. From this was born the vocabulary assessment and review tools, the statistical analysis tools, multiple-choice item analysis tools, progress monitoring charts, and running record charts.