Kyte Learning: Frequently Asked Questions
How does Kyte Learning work?
A Better Way to Learn
You’re in the right place. Kyte Learning provides the ideal conditions for active learning. Our edtech experts have been there before and know the challenges associated with implementing technology on any scale. Now you can make the most of any technology that you have at your disposal with tons of resources for classroom implementation.
EdTech Training at Your Fingertips
So much technology, so little time. Discovering better ways to use classroom technology is a common and worthy goal. Finding reliable and relevant training materials and lesson plans, however, is tough and often disappointing. Kyte Learning brings the best edtech resources together in one place through our ever-growing library of video tutorials and teacher created training content.
Personalized & Self-Paced
We’ve endured our fair share of bottled water and expired yogurt during a riveting training session in the cafeteria. Staff development is often one-sided and too generic to make a significant impact on each individual. We are enhancing traditional PD by offering a completely customizable solution that lets you break down tech–training into bite-sized pieces so you can learn what you want to learn when you want to learn it.
Real Feedback Real Results
Was your training effective? Prove it! Track a variety of key metrics to keep close tabs on learning. Personalized dashboards and robust analytics give individual users as well as group leaders and administrators, an inside look at progress in any ed–tech category. Gauge understanding and proficiency through digital assessments for each course and view participation data with ease.
You’re the Expert
Those who can, teach. Kyte Learning is always in search of top-tier content creators who are interested in sharing their knowledge and skills with the world. Kyte offers fantastic compensation to creators that want to show their stuff. We even provide you with the equipment you need to help you get your ideas out of your head and onto the screen, making sure you are recognized in the process.