Our Digital Learning Environment
Passport®, EMC’s state of the art learning environment, is uniquely designed for your language arts classroom. Engage students in language arts with relevant content, communication, and media literacy. Develop students’ online collaboration and communication skills so they can succeed in work and life in the 21st century.
lesson plans covering 100% of the TEKS
collaborative video discussions with exclusive Flipgrid® capability
extended reading and media connections
video-based performance assessments
Close Reading video models for each genre
all selection and program resources for all levels
assigning and grading capabilities to personalize instruction
detailed student data
opportunities for differentiated instruction
custom lesson creation
Custom Lesson Builder: a new technology feature allowing teachers to develop and upload their own content into Passport®.
Story Shares Leveled Library: a leveled library of high-interest, age-appropriate original writings designed to drive student engagement in reading.
Artificial-Intelligence-enabled online search engine: a new technology tool providing the ability to search, find, and offer curated, leveled OER content in Passport®.
Writing Mentor Workshops and Lessons: a new technology module that utilizes real-world tools such as Google Docs, advanced AI, and natural language processing technology to put students in control of their learning while increasing teacher efficiency.
Students do more with Passport®. Our unique platform allows students to explore texts in exciting and meaningful ways. Discover what Passport® can do for your classroom!
Students take formative surveys and selection and unit chapter tests and prepare for STAAR and TELPAS assessments online.
Students connect to core curriculum via their eBooks and interactive digital materials.
Students explore close reading and media literacy skills in 42+ novels and Story Shares Library of over 150 leveled texts.
Students practice reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language skills through project-based learning.
Students learn the close reading process through interactive videos.
Students post their opinions, ideas, stories, and more in a collaborative social media format using Flipgrid®.
Students demonstrate oral proficiency through video assessment tasks and can create a video performance portfolio.