The much-anticipated summer break is almost upon us. And, while most students will be attempting to forget about school, summer is the most opportune time to earn credits that are needed to catch up, explore something new, or even plan for the fall.
Recently, I had the pleasure of connecting with one of our Edmentum partners in Middlebury, Indiana, to gather some tried-and-true best practices from a blended learning program with a history of success. Lauren Bailey, the blended learning lab teacher at Northridge Middle School (NMS), leverages Edmentum Courseware for digital curriculum and EdOptions Academy for completely virtual courses in her blended learning lab.
Attempting to identify the best route for students to attain academic success is not a simple task. This is because students have such immensely different backgrounds and needs when it comes to their education journeys. The flexible program design of Edmentum’s EdOptions Academy allows students to create personalize pathways that best support their unique situation and needs.
The ISTE Standards provide a roadmap for educators worldwide as they navigate decisions about curriculum, instruction, professional learning, and technology, and EdOptions Academy has again been recognized as a valuable resource to help students acquire the skills that meet these standards.
Edmentum’s EdOptions Academy provides students with a personalized and flexible alternative path to the ever-so crucial high school diploma, while offering the same caliber of quality instruction and standards alignment of traditional classrooms.
Whether students need to catch up or want to get ahead, Edmentum's EdOptions Academy offers award-winning middle and high school virtual courses for schools and districts looking to provide students with a convenient, affordable, engaging, and fun summer school experience
For a growing number of students, the traditional classroom environment simply isn’t the right fit. Learn how Onslow County Schools have partnered with Edmentum's EdOptions Academy to meet student needs and retain enrollment.