New Symbaloo Lesson Plans Features

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New & Improved Lesson Plans

Symbaloo just celebrated its 9th birthday and we reached 10 million users. This holiday season, Symbaloo is thankful for all of you for helping make Symbaloo a top tool in resource management!

Symbaloo is especially thankful for our development team, who has deployed a brand new version of Symbaloo Lesson Plans. New features include the integration of common standards, a redesigned Marketplace, OpenEd integration, and so much more.

Google Classroom, OpenEd, & Modules

Symbaloo Lesson Plans now has full integration with Google Classroom and OpenEd! Utilize your Google Classroom resources as well as your OpenEd content alongside Symbaloo’s Lesson Plans to enhance the user’s learning experience.

Results from your Symbaloo Lesson Plan will appear in your Google Classroom. Students can also log in using their Google Classroom credentials for full integration.

With the addition of OpenEd and Google Classroom, Symbaloo Lesson Plans now¬†offers the feature¬†that allows for the enabling and disabling of search modules within the editor. Toggle on the modules you use, or disable the ones you simply don’t need. You can also¬†set your favorite module as your default tile type!

Common State Standards

Symbaloo Lesson Plans offers free online educational resources using state standards. Common State Standards has been added to lesson plans! You now have the option to select a standard by state and subject for a more refined lesson plan search.

Symbaloo Lesson Plans offers free online educational resources using state standards. As more lesson plans are created, the more search results will be available.

Redesigned Marketplace

The Lesson Plan Marketplace has been redesigned along with the addition of new features! You can now narrow your search and look for lesson plans that comply with certain Common Standards.

Need help with Symbaloo Lesson Plans? Check out our new lesson plan manual!
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