Holt Launches Teacher One Stop
Holt McDougal has launched a new planning resource called Teacher One Stop, similar to Holt's One Stop Planner, offering documents, tools, and multimedia designed for curriculum management on DVD. The launch was announced last week during the FETC 2008 conference in Florida.
According to Holt, Teacher One Stop builds on One Stop Planner, adding several new technologies, search capabilities, and new resources for planning. It's meant to be companion for the upcoming ThinkCentral, which will launch in February.
"The Teacher One Stop is more powerful and contains more resources than our earlier versions of planning tools," said Allen Wheatcroft, president of Holt McDougal, in a statement released last week. "Teachers really can do away with their three-ring binders and stacks of ancillaries now because every resource and every conceivable tool to manage those resources is on the Teacher One Stop DVD."
- Some of the features of Teacher One Stop include:
- The ability to edit and expand the resources that come with individual curricula;
- Support for teachers adding their own resources; and
- The ability to adapt materials and save custom adaptations.
Holt said that Teacher One Stop will be available for "every Holt program starting with Holt Elements of Literature and Holt Elements of Language in March, 2008."
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