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LessonUp - the Ultimate Teaching Tool

Create rich, interactive lessons to inspire your target audience

Discover the online stage to share your publications and teaching material with 100.000+ teachers. Turn static information into interactive lessons, and share them with a simple link. Make lessons suitable for classroom, online and hybrid teaching. Discover all the benefits of working with LessonUp. πŸ‘‡

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Are you a publisher, interested in broadly promoting a new publication in the field of education? Please click on Publishers (link) to learn all you can achieve with LessonUp!

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Are you a museum, social enterprise or cultural organisation, interested in reaching out to a broader public? Please click on Lesson Makers (link) to learn all you can achieve with LessonUp!

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The ultimate online teaching tool πŸ’› that teachers love

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LessonUp is easy to use and very intuitive. Start teaching right away.

Classroom, online & hybrid

LessonUp is easily adaptable to the way you teach. Enjoy also providing distance learning.

Lesson library

Access targeted, high-quality content to build powerful lessons.

Compatible with #1 platforms

Integrate Teams, Microsoft classroom, ZOOM and more in just a few steps.

Team up as a school

Sign up for a LessonUp school account, digitise and stand out as a forward-thinking school.

Worldwide community

Lift teaching to extraordinary heights with inspiring colleagues around the globe.

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The educational department of the Van Gogh Museum aims that every child, despite location or social background, has the ability to experience the life and work of Vincent van Gogh.
RenΓ© van Blerk
Senior Curator of Education & Interpretation, Van Gogh Museum