Personalize learning and collaborate with digital resources that support all Missouri learnersThe Hāpara Instructional Suite provides affordable digital tools that make teaching and learning with Google Classroom more effective and efficient
Hāpara tools help schools across Missouri give learners differentiated instruction with personalized feedback.
Dexter R-XI School District
Pembroke Hill School
Central R3 Public Schools
Chrome management solutions and monitoring tools that provide Missouri schools with the visibility they need to deliver learning whether it’s remote, in-person or hybrid.
Visibility into student Drive files for quick access to provide formative feedback
Messaging tool to send notes of encouragement or subtly redirect learners
A window into learners’ Chrome browsing activity
Manage YouTube for K-12
Technology designed to build digital citizenship rather than police–and keep learners safe until they have reached the appropriate level of responsibility
Focus learners’ attention and curate their Chrome browsing experience
Quickly share out links and get the class on the same page
Web filtering powered by artificial intelligence
Block Google games
Teachers have discretion to unblock sites on an individual basis when they have instructional value
What does Hāpara offer for K-12 schools?
The Hāpara Instructional Suite has a range of digital tools that make it easy for Missouri school districts to organize and safely deliver their digital education content.
Workspaces for K-12 learners, aligned to the Missouri Learning Standards, Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. Personalize learning with interactive lessons, activities and units of study.
View Workspaces by category:
|Kinder Years||All About Me||https://j.mp/3lUYD5h|
|ELA 1||Read Alouds||https://j.mp/3vVuFmn|
|ELA 2||Outdoor Learning||https://j.mp/3d2VDQq|
|ELA 3||Creative Writing||https://j.mp/3fbc9jN|
|ELA 4||Persuasive Writing||https://j.mp/31fZ9Bp|
|ELA 5||Word Work||https://j.mp/3lTErAW|
|Math 1||Shapes and Their Properties||https://j.mp/3rzG206|
|Math 2||Statistics and Probability||https://j.mp/2YUDAVV|
|Math 3||Place Value to 10 000||https://j.mp/2Z7gQ4R|
|Math 4||Multiplying Two or Three Digits by One Digit||https://j.mp/3aVM58u|
|Math 5||Place Value||https://j.mp/2NiYxaf|
|Math 5||Parts of a Whole- Decimals||https://j.mp/3pbWkuy|
|Math 5||Decimal Addition||https://j.mp/3d0OlxV|
|Math 5||Decimal Subtraction||https://j.mp/3q9lFqt|
|Math 5||Completing Patterns||https://j.mp/371VqKU|
|Math 5||Describing Patterns||https://j.mp/2NjqzCv|
|Math 5||Pattern Rules||https://j.mp/3ryGg7U|
|Math 5||Finding Patterns in Tables||https://j.mp/3tLO5sM|
|Math 5||Making Predictions||https://j.mp/3qb6zk7|
|Math 5||Order of Operations||https://j.mp/3qfRIFm|
|Math 5||Writing and Simplifying Expressions||https://j.mp/370TL8x|
|Math 5||Writing an Addition or Subtraction Equation||https://j.mp/2MW6qmn|
|Math 5||Solving an Addition or Subtraction Equation||https://j.mp/371V478|
|Math 5||Writing a Multiplication or Division Equation||https://j.mp/3tIrtt8|
|Math 5||Solving a Multiplication or Division Equation||https://j.mp/2LFcOxN|
|Math 5||Multiplication Equations||https://j.mp/3a8wJyl|
|Math 5||Division Equations||https://j.mp/372LyAz|
|Math 5||Measuring Volume||https://j.mp/2Z4vhqz|
|Math 5||Graphing Points on a Coordinate Plane||https://j.mp/2YqTNlk|
|Math 5||Graphing Patterns||https://j.mp/2Z78cDu|
|Math 5||Measuring Figures on a Coordinate Plane||https://j.mp/2NHVCrW|
|Math 5||Congruent Polygons||https://j.mp/3qa0FQo|
|Science 1||The 4 Seasons||https://j.mp/3otcwHm|
|Science 2||Hot and Cold Temperatures||https://j.mp/39pp5iT|
|Science 4||Light and Shadow||https://j.mp/2Mu0Jvj|
|Science 5||Classroom Chemistry & the Scientific Method||https://j.mp/3aepVy3|
|ELA 6||Personal/Community Wellness (Informational Texts)||https://j.mp/3cltCnW|
|ELA 7||Listening, Speaking and Creating through Podcasts||https://j.mp/3cZs0PG|
|Math 6||Introduction to Integers||https://j.mp/3eYwTeq|
|Math 7||Integers and Order of Operations||https://j.mp/30QQ7uf|
|Math 8||Analytic Geometry||https://j.mp/3rIIguI|
|Middle School Physical Sciences||Heating up Humans||https://j.mp/3rZ7RAf|
|Middle School Life Sciences||Environmental Chemistry||https://j.mp/39gEMb1|
|Middle School Earth & Space Sciences||Planet Earth||https://j.mp/395w4fj|
|Middle School Engineering Design||Thermos Designer’s Lab/Project||https://j.mp/3rTL2hc|
|ELA 9-10||Revenge and Betrayal: A Short Story Unit||https://j.mp/2Ppiops|
|ELA 9-10||Reading to Write through an Exploration of Conflict||https://j.mp/3vTC9pQ|
|ELA 9-10||English Persuasive Techniques in Fiction & Non-Fiction Texts||https://j.mp/3sq8VwD|
|ELA 11-12||Nonfiction & Film – Fame & Greatness||https://j.mp/3vTskrY|
|ELA 11-12||From School to Work||https://j.mp/3cBY2Bt|
|High School Algebra I||Solving Linear Systems||https://j.mp/3tIjqMa|
|High School Algebra II||Solving Polynomial and Rational Equations and Inequalities||https://j.mp/3lZ4oz7|
|High School Algebra II (+)||Connecting Graphs and Equations of Trigonometric Functions||https://j.mp/31ipsqu|
|High School Geometry||Similar Triangles, Right Triangles, SOHCAHTOA and Pythagorean Theorem||https://j.mp/3rjLUtS|
|High School Geometry (+)||Solving Problems Involving Acute Triangles||https://j.mp/2NOl0N7|
|High School The Plus Standards||Introduction to Vectors||https://j.mp/3rdUx9q|
|High School Physical Science||Electrical Principles and Technology||https://j.mp/2Lhfq4i|
|High School Life Science||DNA & Cell Division||https://j.mp/35W4TTq|
|High School Earth and Space Science||Harvesting Energy||https://j.mp/3o31XdS|
Flexible lessons and resources for every Missouri learner
English Language Arts Grades/Years 3-5
In this Workspace, students will be introduced to new vocabulary, and will work to develop their ability to identify parts of speech, synonyms and antonyms. Students will expand their vocabulary and deepen their understanding of the meanings of these words.
Science Grades/Years 9-12
Students will learn about technologies that have supported space exploration and helped scientists build understanding of the space environment over time.
Persuasive Techniques in Fiction & Non-Fiction Texts
English Language Arts Grades 9-12
In this Workspace, students will explore the ways in which authors use literary devices (similes, metaphors, etc.) and persuasive techniques (ETHOS, PATHOS & LOGOS) in fiction and non-fiction texts.
Digital Backpack resources
Missouri K-12 schools are faced with helping all learners achieve across backgrounds and academic needs.
The Hāpara Instructional Suite provides Missouri schools with the digital tools they need to tailor instruction for student success. To learn more about how Hāpara can help, download our Buyer’s Guide.
Why choose Hāpara?
Support every learner’s unique needs
Use tools that streamline instructional routines so teachers can focus on supporting learners in the way that best meets their needs.
Build students’ executive functioning skills
Student Dashboard helps students with executive functioning skills to start on a path to become independent, lifelong learners.
Create teachable moments about digital citizenship
Help learners grow their 21st-century skills in a safe online environment with a monitoring tool that protects students and guides learning.
Efficiently distribute and manage digital learning resources
School districts can easily distribute digital resources to every learner across the district.
Keep learners on track and safe online
Protect learners from accessing inappropriate content using an AI-powered filter that can blur images, restrict information and even mute audio.
The Hāpara Instructional Suite is the best value in K-12 edtech.
The full Hāpara Instructional Suite is more economical than most stand-alone digital tools. Download the Buyer’s Guide to see why we are committed to giving Missouri school districts cost-effective tools.
Student privacy is paramount
Hāpara takes student privacy very seriously and is dedicated to providing learners with tools for a safe digital learning environment. Hāpara is a signatory of the Student Privacy Pledge and complies with the Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
What is Hāpara?
The Hāpara Instructional Management Suite organizes teaching and learning routines in Google Workspace for Education to provide a seamless, high-quality educational experience. Learn more about Hāpara.
Does Hāpara provide Chromebook monitoring?
Yes, Hāpara Highlights is a Google Chrome browser monitoring tool with a variety of features that teachers can use to teach and promote digital citizenship. Learn more about Highlights.
Does Hāpara comply with Missouri student and data privacy laws and regulations?
Hāpara complies with all local and federal student and data privacy laws and regulations. If you have specific questions please contact email@example.com.
How much does Hāpara cost?
The full Hāpara Instructional Suite is less expensive than most stand-alone edtech products. Request pricing to learn more.
Does Hāpara work for distance or hybrid learning?
Hāpara facilitates teaching and learning for in-person, 1:1, hybrid and distance settings. Teachers can remotely open tabs for learners, share out documents, send messages of encouragement and more using Hāpara tools.
Can my school district use federal CARES Act funding to purchase Hāpara?
Yes! Section 18003 of the CARES Act outlines several allowable edtech-related uses of those K-12 dollars. Learn what they are.
Does Hāpara work with Google Classroom?
Yes! In fact, Hāpara streamlines Google Classroom to create a more efficient and effective teaching and learning experience. Learn how we do it!
How can I learn more about Hāpara?
Our Buyer’s Guide provides detailed information about how Hāpara works, how it benefits teachers and learners and how we stack up against other edtech tools. Get the Buyer’s Guide.