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Designed together with teachers and students.

The Learn2Esport platform has everything you need to run an esports education and it is designed and developed together with schools, teachers, students and professors in e-learning to provide the best possible experience.

Courses

Custom courses

Create your custom courses with theoretical lessons that are built with a combination of text, images, videos and quizzes. The tools to create new courses are developed to support the creation of high-quality courses based on modern e-learning research.

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Off-the-shelf courses

Use off-the-shelf courses created by professional players, coaches and teachers. We have content that fits the needs of schools, colleges, universities and other organizations who wants to teach esports.

Read more about how you can use our content

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Paths

Combine theoretical lessons with practical lessons and assignments to create paths that can be distributed over a number of days or weeks. You can use paths to plan what students should do on each day of practice and to show them the progress through the program.

This is optimal for schools and organizations that have programs with for example practices 2-3 times per week where you want to mix practical and theoretical activities. You can select to make a lesson or assignment gradable.

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Track student progress

You, as a teacher, can easily track your students' progress through a course or a path and detect which students are falling behind and which are running ahead.

Get a good overview of statistics from games your students have played, game journals they have created and physical workouts they have completed.

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Groups

Students can be managed into groups such as teams, classes or grades. You as a teacher can select to customize the program for each group.

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A game journal card showing a students report of a victory while playing the hero Ashe from League of Legends

Game journals

For every game your students play, they are encouraged to create a game journal where they reflect on what they did well in the game and what they could try to improve in the next game.

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A custom calendar integrated with Google Calendar that students and teachers can use to schedule e.g. team practices, coaching sessions or physical training

Calendar

A custom calendar integrated with Google Calendar. You and your students can use it to schedule e.g. team practices, coaching sessions or physical training in order to make sure that your time is used efficiently.

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Physical training

As a teacher, you can choose to create your own workout plans and assign them to your students or use the preexisting workout plans.

Students can get started with physical training through the following steps:

  • Select how many times a week you want to exercise.
  • Select a workout plan based on if you have access to a gym or not.
  • Exercises will automatically be assigned to you and shown in your calendar.
  • Mark if you have completed your scheduled training to make sure to stay on track.
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Game Reviews

A tool to review and analyze played games your students have played. The game could either be reviewed by a teacher, another student or a professional coach. In the tool you can:

  • Create feedback on a specific time stamp.
  • Point out important things by drawing in the video.
  • Give constructive feedback in written comments.
  • Leave feedback in the form of voice recordings.
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Gamification

The students can see their own progress through a course or a path and will always know what to do next.

Gamification in forms of ranks and experience points earned for completed lessons and created game journals keeps the students engaged.

The future

We learn new things every day about how we can improve and extend our platform through the constant feedback we get from students, teachers and user experience experts. There are many new exciting features in the pipeline!

Get in touch

If you are interested in more information about our educational platform or our esports curriculum, submit your email address below or send us an email.

Rasmus Sandström, Chief Executive Officer of Learn2Esport
Rasmus SandströmChief Executive Officer
Jonathan Bäckström, Head of Education of Learn2Esport
Jonathan BäckströmHead of Education
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