The LessonSketch platform allows users to view and annotate video, create and share Depictions of practice, and participate in discussions with peers around shared rich-media representations of practice. With an Advanced User license, you can create detailed agendas for online Experiences, and manage communities of users as they engage in those Experiences.
The Square — an item of our collection of animated lessons:
Tutorials and screenshots of LessonSketch tools:
LessonSketch was built by the team at GRIP (Geometry, Reasoning, and Instructional Practices), a research group in the School of Education at the University of Michigan. In addition to LessonSketch, GRIP studies a wide range of issues related to the teaching and learning of secondary geometry.
The LessonSketch Facebook page is the home of LessonSketch on social media. Scenes from storyboards created with the LessonSketch Depict tool are periodically posted to the Facebook page as photos. Like us on Facebook to keep up with new developments!
In addition to faculty, postdocs and graduate students, the LessonSketch platform is a home base for undergraduate research at the University of Michigan and beyond.
Since its beginnings, the LessonSketch team has been committed to sharing our tools and what we have learned using them.
When not developing the LessonSketch platform, GRIP team members are actively involved in the local community in Ann Arbor, Michigan.