Introduction to Content


ClassroomAPP offers a full integrated Learning Management System (LMS) that rivals the most famous ones in the K12 industry.

In addition, the application has unique advantages over standard LMS':

  1. Integration of Classroom and Content, such as forcing content onto student devices, or watching how students interact with the content.
  2. Content is available offline automatically (e.g. for students with no Internet access out of school) thanks to both local caching and the industry's only offline server
  3. ClassroomAPP is an actual Application (i.e. not a website), and hence responds substantially faster than LMS' as all functionalities are on the student device, reducing school bandwidth needs.
  4. Deeper integration with school / district systems and third-party applications, including SIS, content, OER's, Clever and so on, that LMSes cannot provide given they run in a browser.
  5. Much simpler interface as ClassroomAPP was specifically designed for K12, while most LMS' in our schools today were geared towards Higher-Ed, with K12 as an afterthought (see our blog article here).
  6. Parent integration including notifications, parent-teacher chat, and Parent Mode where parents can access (permitted) content from their children's learning.
  7. Lower cost of deployment, thanks to ClassroomAPP's ease of deployment and the reduction of redundant systems needed for your digital classroom (e.g. you may not need a data dashboard anymore).


Adding students can be done via two simple methods as defined in the Rostering article, including adding students live in the classroom.


There are two main types of Content objects, containers and resources. Containers as the name implies, contain other content objects.

Containers fall in 3 categories.

  1. Courses and Workspaces -- main-level containers (i.e. they have no parents). Courses and workspaces can contain anything except courses and workspaces
  2. Groups -- are similar to courses and workspaces in that they allow both user and content management
  3. Folders -- mainly useful for organizing content (no user management)

Please refer to the appropriate articles for the subtleties of each container.

Courses, Workspaces & Groups have members. In other words, you control access. Folders are 'dumb' containers meant for organizing content. Use them to organize your content thematically.


Resources are actual content items:

  1. Documents -- which are easy-to-edit documents / eBooks
  2. Blogs -- time-based articles
  3. Forums -- for collaborative-learning
  4. Online or saved resources (e.g. web link, images, PDF etc.)
  5. Tests
  6. Presentations (think of Powerpoint)
  7. Spreadsheets (think of Excel)
  8. Online content (GoogleDocs, GoogleSheets ... MS Docs, Forms ... Dropbox content etc.)

Next Steps

Now that we went through the basics of Content in ClassroomAPP, we recommend that (1) you go through all the Content Wizards in the app, (2) go through the links in this article (or simply visit the Content Category).


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