Learning Priority

Learning Priority was born from the experience and vision of a teacher, coach, leader with years of experience in classrooms and as superintendent of school Districts. From its origin, it developed its design and function through interactions with classroom teachers and experts in a variety of fields. LP has developed technological solutions that assist teachers in processes that help them know and connect with learners. LP tools seek to utilize technology to save time that teachers can utilize to make human connections with learners. LP tools also offer learners opportunities to collaborate with each other as well as connecting with their teacher, parents, and peers in ways that amplify the social construction of learning. Learning Priority offers school Districts, teachers, parents, and learners technological solutions that have been developed in close cooperation with real world contexts. LP also offers school Districts the opportunity to develop custom solutions for technology integration.

LP helps makes learning the priority in school organizations and cultures. As a technology company, we seek to enable these key ideas related to integrating technology in schools and classrooms;

  • Technology can help teachers individualize instruction.
  • Technology can free up time for teachers to individualize instruction.
  • Human interaction with technology is key.
  • Balancing content and process learning is key
  • Performance tasks are the future tools for developing collaboration and communication
  • Technology can save money in school systems
  • Technology can improve school culture
  • The electronic school can extend learning to whenever and wherever students are

Learning Priority (LP) builds digital tools to assist learners, families, teachers, schools, and districts maximize learning time spent on educational activities. LP tools are developed to assist in basic literacy development as well as 21st century learning practices and skills. LP works directly with teachers, learners, schools, and districts to design and implement new custom-made tools that direct digital potentials to tap into digital potential for analog tasks. LP tools reach toward innovative 21st century collaboration and knowledge construction unparalleled in analog or face to face methods.
Current Learning Priority digital tools include:

Literacy Development

Reading Comprehension and Higher Literacy Development

  • Reading dashboard
  • Reading suite
  • Learning indicator
  • Fluency assessments (teacher-scored, self-scored, peer-scored, item analysis of word errors)
  • Fluency passage practice
  • Word error word work
  • Comprehension assessments

Early Literacy

  • Letter identification assessments and student work
  • Letter sound identification assessments and student work
  • Sight word identification assessments and student work
  • Basic phonics skills test and student work


  • Math assessments (fractions, decimals, percentages)
  • Math dashboard
  • The Gear math game

21st Century Learning Practices and Skills

  • Performance tasks (individual and group formats)
  • Learning indicator
  • STEAM100 unit/lesson design template