We’ve re-structured our education pricing to make it easy for educators to bring their classrooms into the digital age. Whether it’s an individual teacher or the entire district, the new pricing model is aimed at offering educators the technology they need, while providing the financial flexibility they require.
New Education Pricing Options
• Per-User Licensing: A plan based on the exact number of users, with the option for volume price tiers for five to 500 users. This is ideal for individual teachers and classrooms, elementary and high schools, and even small colleges.
• Site Licensing: Pricing that can be used across an entire campus for up to 500, 1,000, 1,500 or 2,000 users. This is ideal for colleges and universities.
• K-12 Site Licensing: Based on a single-site location, this pricing is designed for up to 100 or 250 users, and includes one year of free maintenance. This is ideal for K-12 public and private schools.
• Full-Time Equivalent: Designed to meet the needs of the total number of faculty, staff and students district wide, this pricing plan provides home-use rights for teachers and students, and includes unlimited deployment of Camtasia Studio, Camtasia for Mac and Snagit plus free maintenance for three years. This is ideal for teachers, professors, schools and colleges that are dedicated to using technology to enhance learning.
Technology in Action
TechSmith products like Camtasia and Snagit are being used by educators around the world to flip classrooms and bring technology into learning. Real life examples of educators using TechSmith’s technology to change the classroom include:
• Eric Marcos, a 6th grade mathematics teacher at Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica, California, who empowers his students to take an active part in their own learning by creating their own math video lessons.
• Stacey Roshan, AP calculus teacher at the Bullis School in Potomac, Maryland, flipped her classroom to minimize student anxiety and maximize her time with students – which resulted in higher AP test scores for the entire class. Then she convinced her mother, an AP calculus teacher at Madeira School in McLean, Virginia, to flip her class as well.
• Brian Bennett, Science Team Leader at South Bend Career Academy in South Bend, Indiana, flipped his classroom in 2010 to give students the opportunity to become more resourceful, independent learners. By providing his students with a jumping off point, the flipped classroom model has fostered an environment where they actively explore the world around them to further their understanding of a subject.
• Greg Green, principal of Clintondale High School in Clintondale, Michigan, who flipped his entire school! After just one year of testing this model, 9th grade failure rate decreased by 33 percent in English, 31 percent in math, 22 percent in science, and 19 percent in social studies. Standardized test scores and ACT scores have also increased.