A well-implemented virtual program can bring many benefits to your school, district, and students. Here, we’ve put together the top five ways you can use virtual courses to improve student achievement.
In the fall of 2014, the Plato Courseware team started working on a brand-new series of courses for middle school English. They needed to dig into what strategies, tactics, features, voice, etc., work most effectively to engage middle school students, especially in English language arts (ELA).
As more and more jobs require some kind of post-secondary training, a high school diploma will only become more necessary. Online credit recovery programs can be a great solution to help students falling behind in credits (or at risk of it) to get back on track and graduate on time.
Nearly a year and a half ago, Bloomington Jr. High School (BJHS) in Bloomington, Illinois, sought a solution to remedy its summer school struggles. They turned to Edmentum's fully accredited virtual school, EdOptions Academy to solve challenges of rising costs, scheduling issues, and curriculum inconsistencies.
Thanks to technology, content can be available for student learning on a 24/7 basis. Individual needs and learning styles can be addressed more successfully, and learners become more responsible and accountable for their own education. This Digital Learning Day, let’s look at online learning through the eyes of a classroom teacher and consider how teaching practices must evolve to meet the needs of today’s unique learners.