This online blended learning solution delivers a range of core curriculum, AP, elective, and credit recovery courses aligned to state, Common Core, and iNACOL standards. Courses include a variety of math, English, and foreign language concepts. Students can view videos of teachers who explain concepts, model strategies, and provide examples.
This monitoring system allows teachers to locate state curriculum requirements and resources, and update lesson plans. Administrators can monitor learning progress by school, grade, or classroom. Students can see the standards they’re expected to master, look at class activities, and retrieve the resources they’ll need to complete their work.
This curriculum helps K12 students master state-specific, grade-level academic standards by providing instruction, practice, assessment, and productivity tools via web-based platforms. Study Island’s programs enable educators to track student performance while administrators also can monitor teacher effectiveness.
Submitted by Lynn Russo Whylly on Wed, 09/04/2013 - 10:29am
Math is the clear winner when Americans are asked to say which school subject has been most valuable to them in their lives, followed by language arts—English, literature, or reading—and science. Math and English were also the top two subjects when Gallup first asked this question in 2002.