Every student and classroom is different, and Gooru is flexible enough to fit their different needs. We are constantly awed and inspired by the stories of our teachers who take advantage of Gooru to provide the best possible instruction to their students in a way that is dynamic, engaging, and productive. In our mission to make high-quality educational resources free and accessible, Gooru’s potential is equal to the unbounded innovation and creativity of the educators and students who use it.
Here are the stories of some of the teachers who say Gooru has made a difference in (and out of) their classrooms. We hope they will inspire you to use Gooru in your own way and to share your own story.
Sequoia High School
Bronx Academy Senior High School
Agricultural Biology Teacher,
Florin High School
In less than a minute, you can join our mission to honor the human right to education for all. Help us extend our community to educators and students who could benefit from Gooru.
45% of K-12 teachers use a social networking site for work purposes. Help us reach them! Here’s a sample tweet:
Just found @gooru, a nonprofit working for the human right to education by providing free personalized learning tools. #elearning #edtech
Pique the interest of a friend or teacher by posting the following on your Facebook, LinkedIn, or personal webpage:
Gooru is a nonprofit that believes in the human right to education. It is dedicated to building an open and collaborative online community that can transform the way K-12 teachers help students succeed. With Gooru, teachers can find the best free learning materials curated by other teachers, then rate, remix, and share resources as playlists with fellow users. Check it out at www.goorulearning.org.
Help us spread the word about our mission! Here is a sample text you can send to a teacher or friend, but feel free to personalize your message.
Gooru honors the human right to education
I believe that education is a human right. All too often, however, there are barriers to delivering it. I wanted to let you know about Gooru, a nonprofit that is dedicated to building an open and collaborative online community that can transform the way K-12 teachers help students succeed. Gooru offers a free online resource that empowers teachers to find, rate, remix, and share free learning materials that have been vetted by other teachers. I encourage you to check out www.goorulearning.org or email email@example.com to see if you can benefit from Gooru and to help Gooru reach the educators and learners of the world.
Got 1, 5, or 10 minutes to help the cause of open education? Use these resources to share Gooru with the teachers, students, and friends in your life who believe that education is a human right.