Distance learning. In-class teaching.
Now you can be two places at once.

Within a few short months, COVID-19 derailed the well-thought-out curriculum plans of K-12 and higher education institutions. The events occurred so suddenly that there was no time to prepare. Online editions of educational materials were limited and rarely mirrored the printed versions.

Now, as the days count down to school, educators grapple with tough decisions around in-person versus online teaching scenarios. TandemTrax education eases the stress, offering educators the best of both worlds with identical versions of printed materials in digital formats.

 

 

Easily Switching Trax

With curriculums already developed for the classroom, TandemTrax Education can easily create tandem tracks that run simultaneously for distance learning and in-class teaching. Working with any Learning Management Systems (LMS), GTxcel’s SaaS model does the heavy lifting, converting materials and preloading relevant Open Education Resources (OER) to the portal.

Instructors can simply send the desired content, video, and other instructional materials to TandemTrax to upload within a week. Offering one classroom portal, the same content in print as in a digital replica version eliminates confusion and frustration for the instructors, the students and their parents.


Distance learning. In-class teaching.
Now you can be two places at once.

Within a few short months, COVID-19 derailed the well-thought-out curriculum plans of K-12 and higher education institutions. The events occurred so suddenly that there was no time to prepare. Online editions of educational materials were limited and rarely mirrored the printed versions.

Now, as the days count down to school, educators grapple with tough decisions around in-person versus online teaching scenarios. TandemTrax education eases the stress, offering educators the best of both worlds with identical versions of printed materials in digital formats.


Easily Switching Trax

With curriculums already developed for the classroom, TandemTrax can easily create tandem tracks that run simultaneously for distance learning and in-class teaching. Working with any Learning Management Systems (LMS), GTxcel’s SaaS model does the heavy lifting, converting materials and preloading relevant Open Education Resources (OER) to the portal.

Instructors can simply send the desired content, video, and other instructional materials to TandemTrax to upload within a week. Offering one classroom portal, the same content in print as in a digital replica version eliminates confusion and frustration for the instructors, the students and their parents.

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Benefit for educators

Everything educators need to move forward with consistency and confidence.

Continuity during disruption

Continues education whether or not classrooms are open

Built for accessibility

Course materials accessible for students and instructors with disabilities

Platform agnostic

Works with LMSs — Google Classroom, Canvas, Blackboard, etc.

Flexible lesson planning

Instructor's dashboard for upload of documents, Zoom lectures, etc.

Out-of-the-box functionality

OER materials preloaded for specific grades and classes

Always available

Creates educational library in a safe, virtual environment

Fully responsive

Offers students a responsive format for use anywhere, on any device

Localization

Supports multiple languages

Doing the math

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For schools & staff

Print on-demand model

No long-term commitments

Use existing curriculum

No training required

Uploads for instructors

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For parents & students

Use any device, anywhere

No new technology required

Digital & print in identical format

Readability on any device

Secure URL for students

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For immediate results

Saves money

Saves resources

Saves time

Creates consistent materials

Offers one solution for both locations


Making the grade

Discover how TandemTrax offers a way to move forward with consistency and confidence.

Put education back on trax, giving instructors the tools to focus on the most important thing — their students’ education.