We are happy to announce our partnership with Schoolwide to develop a web-based curriculum solution that provides educators (K–8) with a searchable online database of standards-aligned curriculum resources. Schoolwide’s Fundamentals Unlimited provides teachers with online access to curriculum, featuring workshop-model-ready lessons and resources in reading, writing, and grammar all in one place.
With its web-based user interface, the curriculum may be accessed via an array of devices, including iPads and mobile devices, providing teachers with a full year of lesson plans, eBooks, and digital texts. Fundamentals Unlimited delivers a breadth of resources, including Interactive Read-Aloud Lessons, Shared Reading Lessons, Mini-Lessons, Assessments, Graphic Organizers, Charts, and Student Forms. Each unit of study has a complete set of lessons, a link to core standards, as well as learning assessments and a customizable library of resources.
“IPS was a fantastic software development partner because of its expertise in a full range of software product design and its speed—the entire solution was developed in five months, enabling us to get this software solution to schools and teachers in time for the new school year.” – Ladi Davies, Schoolwide’s Vice President of Educational Solutions
“As part of the software development effort for Schoolwide, we created a customized CMS (Content Management System) to make it easy for Schoolwide editors to convert their paper curriculum into a digital format for Fundamentals Unlimited. Additionally, the advanced features built into Fundamentals Unlimited allow teachers to leverage the huge amount of content that Schoolwide offers in their curriculum in a way that’s quick and easy and fits into their normal day-to-day activities. Our team worked seamlessly with Schoolwide at an incredible pace to develop this solution.” – Danny Aponte, IPS’ Senior Director of Software Engineering and IT
Already, Schoolwide’s new Fundamentals Unlimited curriculum resource solution is being used by teachers and schools in more than 15 states. Including New York, Connecticut, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Missouri, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, Wisconsin, Texas, Florida, Minnesota, Illinois, and North Carolina.