Learningfield - Australia

Before Copia

Prior their implementation of LearningField powered by Copia Class, Australian K-12 teachers faced limitations in terms of providing content for their classes. A typical class was married to a single textbook, with a limited selection of supplemental materials. They lacked access to a wide range of digital content as well as an easy way to distribute that content to students. It was also difficult for educators to tailor content based on individual student needs or learning styles.

 

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Copia Australia

 

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Copia partners with LearningField and leading publishers in Australia to launch a first-of-its-kind digital classroom.

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Our Solution

LearningField, powered by Copia Class, gives teachers and students across Australia access to a wide range of best-in-class content that is aligned with learning standards — all in one convenient environment. Teachers can easily search for and incorporate the best learning materials available to support the diverse needs of their students.

The LearningField/Copia Class solution is supported by many of Australia’s largest and most respected educational publishers, including Cambridge University Press, Wiley, Oxford University Press, Pearson, and Cengage. All content is aligned with the Australian, New South Wales, and Victorian curricula, giving educators confidence that the content they are using is in line with educational standards.

Learningfield, powered by Copia Class, is like the Spotify for secondary education, allowing teachers to tailor exactly the content they want to the specific needs of their students, as they can select any chapter of any text in the catalogue.

- Ben Heuston, Director of LearningField

Teachers and students are already realizing the positive impact of the LearningField/Copia Class solution. The solution provides access to a fully interactive digital environment that helps to motivate students and encourage engagement with the learning material. It promotes collaboration inside and outside the classroom and has contributed to more meaningful and frequent interactions between students and their teachers. Teachers can also respond to student questions within the learning material, giving them greater insight into learning gaps so that they can provide proactive, personalized support for students.