Teachers across North America and many other countries are using Zane Education's online visual learning solution and subtitled educational video library because it provides a unique, essential and compelling online visual learning teaching resource for every K-12 classroom. It delivers significant advantages for each teacher, and meaningful benefits for each student.
With up to 94% of teachers now using video as a teaching aid in the classroom on a regular basis, Zane's user-friendly visual learning program minimises lesson preparation times and improves the use of the teachers time in the classroom enabling them to spend more time with those students that require more assistance. It also provides improved learning outcomes for all students by accommodating virtually all learning styles, and by providing the opportunity for each student to improve their reading and literacy skills AT THE SAME TIME that are studying a wide range of curriculum topics.
Zane Education's online visual learning solution includes the use of what is currently the largest and most comprehensive library of online educational video developed specifically for teaching the K-12 curriculum AND purposely subtitled to combine the power of visual learning to facilitate the improvement of reading and literacy skills for children of all ages.
There are also three advanced features that makes Zane Education's visual learning program, the online learning solution of choice for many K-12 teachers. Being teachers:
Our advanced online learning solution provides teachers with a unique teaching aid that offers the following significant and unequalled benefits:
Visual learning entails the use of visual aids like video to convey ideas even more effectively. It enhances learning since interactive effects are used to reinforce the content being learned. Visual learning is a great way of learning as it aids to increase a learner's interest in a certain subject.
Visual learning techniques are used widely in schools across the country to accomplish curriculum goals and improve student performance.
Substantial research promotes the use of video in the classroom, or the home, as a dynamic and effective resource for teaching and supporting curriculum material. According to a recent teacher survey, 94% of classroom teachers had effectively used video during the course of the last academic year, and most teachers were using it frequently - on average, at least once per week.
"A picture is worth a thousand words, but add text to the sound and video becomes a reading tutor."
(Captions For Literacy, 2008)
Zane provides the only fully subtitled (captioned) video library with enlarged fonts developed specifically for teaching available online. It enables study of curriculum material and reading improvement - at the same time! AND there are now legal requirements to cater for students with learning disabilities.
Many teachers dislike preparing and grading exams, and most students' dread taking them. Yet tests are powerful educational tools that serve at least four functions. They help evaluate and assess whether students they are learning what is being expecting of them. They can serve to motivate and help students structure their academic efforts. They can help you understand how successfully material is being presented. And they can reinforce learning by providing students with indicators of what topics or skills they have not yet mastered and should concentrate on.
Zane uses multiple-choice tests to measure both simple knowledge and complex concepts because multiple-choice questions can be answered quickly and you can assess students' mastery of many topics in a short time period. Zane has also ensured that each correct or incorrect answer is qualified with a reason so as to ensure that the learning process continues.
A selection of interactive study tools are provided immediately beside every video to enable the student to fully explore and understand all aspects of each particular topic.
Zane provides free Lesson Planning for virtually all of the 260 topics so as to help reduce and minimize lesson planning and preparation time, and to ensure that lessons that are well planned, will achieve their objectives, and are more likely to provide the best learning outcomes for you and your children or students.
Zane Education's library of online subtitled video, online testing and assessment, quizzes and quiz questions have been specifically developed and produced for the teaching of the K-12 curriculum and are aligned to state, regional and national standards.
The Zane Learning Guide provides a detailed list and overview of the K-12 subjects and topics that can be studied using our online subtitled educational video library.
We highly recommend that you take the time to download this 270-page publication if you want to want to understand the comprehensive nature of the curriculum material we provide. Simply looking at our website will not fully inform you of the true extent of the learning material that we provide.
The link to download this from is: Catalog Downloads
Zane Education provides a Teacher Classroom Guide for Teachers demonstrating suggested ways how to use the visual learning resources provided on this website to achieve the best educational outcome for the student in the classroom.
Teachers can complete a free Registration for a Basic Membership of our service by going to our Registration Page.
The subscription pricing provided on our Membership page is for the home and private use only!
We provide teachers with 3 purchasing options:
While we are a business, access to education for all children is extremely important to us, and something we take very seriously. If you are a teacher at a school where either poverty, or similar, is an issue in preventing you from using our service, or alternatively where there are Special Needs children missing out, we want you to make contact with us.
Under certain circumstances there are special situations where we may be able to assist you. We cannot make those decisions unless you make the situations known to us. Thank you.