Learn for the future
Lucid for Education teaches digital skills essential to success in a 21st-century workplace or higher education environment. Students learn to collaborate with each other, develop their creativity, think critically about the world around them and their own ideas, and communicate what they've learned.
Equip students for future success
Students have many different options for working together and learn how to solve problems with other people while developing digital citizenship.
Students practice visual reasoning and design, combining text and visuals to more effectively understand and express what they've learned.
Students tackle problems and explore questions in ways that mirror the real world– –by visualizing of how a problem fits within a system and by questioning how it affects the rest of the system.
Students go through the design process from planning, drafting, and revision to presentation or display. They share what they've learned in many formats, becoming more conscious of their role in their communities.
Newsletter tutorial video
Easily teach your students about newsletters and how to build one in Lucidpress with our tutorial video. Use newsletters to have your students practice writing, graphic design, and collaboration.
Character profiling lesson plan
Students will explore how people express themselves online and offline and analyze the difference between person and persona. Use it to develop your students' digital skills.
Four-set Venn diagram example
Use this example to show students how a four-set Venn diagram work, visually comparing and contrasting four different things and encouraging students to think more critically about what they are learning.