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Drawp for School Debuts Resource Marketplace

Drawp for School, a classroom workflow management tool, has introduced the Drawp Resource Marketplace, where teachers can browse, create and share digital learning resources.

According to Ana Albir, founder and CEO of Drawp, teachers have been asking for the ability to share their teacher-created and teacher-curated content with each other, and the company developed the Drawp Resource Marketplace to meet that need.

The Drawp Resource Marketplace currently includes proprietary digital learning resources covering "all K-5 subjects, with comprehensive K-12 content to come," according to a news release. The company has also partnered with the Los Angeles County Office of Education to offer premium English language development content for teachers of English language learners.

Key features of the Drawp Resource Marketplace include:

  • Original content such as lesson plans, worksheets and graphics developed by teachers and publishers;
  • Ability to browse content by grade level, subject, standard, resource type and content creator; and
  • Support for sharing content within a school district or publicly.

The marketplace will continue to add and update free and paid content from multiple vendors.

Drawp for School lets teachers upload assignments, review work, provide audio instruction or feedback and assign grades. Students can use it to receive assignments, complete their work using visual, audio and text tools, and see their grades.

Drawp for School is compatible with Mac, Windows, iPad, Android and Chromebook devices. It is also compliant with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) and aligned to the Common Core State Standards, according to a news release.

Teachers can learn more about the Drawp Resource Marketplace and sign up for an account on the Drawp Resource Marketplace site.

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Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at [email protected].