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SoftChalk… Not just for the teachers!

August 29, 2016

The name SoftChalk is typically linked with educators and professionals in the education industry. However, Rachel Stange is here to show it is not just for the grown-ups. From a student’s perspective, SoftChalk can be just as beneficial learning from as well as using it to create content to teach others. Being able to talk… Read More >

2016 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge Winners Announced

May 02, 2016

Richmond, Virginia, U.S. – May 2, 2016 — SoftChalk, LLC, a leading developer of digital-curriculum content authoring solutions, announced today the three winners and six honorable mentions for its annual Lesson Challenge. The Lesson Challenge occurs each year and gives SoftChalk users a chance to be recognized for the inspiring digital content they create for… Read More >

Look out world… Create 10 is here!

April 26, 2016

With a fresh face, SoftChalk is here to give you the latest and greatest version of Create as well as an all new SoftChalk Cloud eBook creation and publishing feature available soon! So, what exactly is SoftChalk Create 10 bringing to the table and what does that mean for you? Well, first it means that… Read More >

Check it out! Create Online ‘Quick Editor’ is here.

January 18, 2016

Ever wish you could make quick little edits to your lesson without having to launch the entire SoftChalk Create program? Have you been on the go and only had your iPad or tablet with you to make revisions to a lesson? Here, at SoftChalk we are making those wishes a reality with the SoftChalk Create… Read More >

Lesson of the Week Recap: November

November 30, 2015

Catch a recap of all the amazing lessons YOU, our users are creating! Each week we select a stand out, top notch, public lesson from SoftChalk Share and feature it across our social media platforms. At the end of the month, you will find a list of all our Lesson of the Week features right here on… Read More >

Interact. Engage. Create for K-12 Learners.

November 19, 2015

Written by Dr. Diane D. Painter Shenandoah University At Shenandoah University our teacher candidates are taught to select instructional materials that meet the needs of diverse students and consider students’ abilities, interests, and learning styles. They need to look for opportunities to use the materials in social interactions that establish and sustain students’ attention, engagement… Read More >