Learning slides of any kind are always disappointing, so we’ve put together four ways (and one bonus tip) you can keep learning going throughout the winter break using Exact Path, our K–12 assessment-driven individualized learning program.
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With Courseware, you can work with struggling students over winter break to help them master the skills they struggled with in the first semester and possibly earn some extra credit to boost their grades.
We recently shared best practices on how to implement a credit recovery program with Courseware. Now, our team of expert consultants will share best practices they’ve collected over many years in the classroom, which include how to keep your Courseware online credit recovery program on track to success based on what we’ve learned from partnering with schools across the country who have discovered what worked (and what didn’t work) when rolling out their own credit recovery programs.
This year has presented many challenges for students, teachers, and administrators. Many students have fallen behind and getting caught up to graduate with the rest of their class can feel intimidating. Minimesters can be a great approach to help these students quickly recover credits, begin building academic momentum, and gain confidence in their ability to make it to the graduation finish line. Here are eight common questions answered to help your school or district get started with minimesters for credit recovery!
Most students lose two months of math skills every summer, and two-thirds of the achievement gap in reading between low-income students and their middle-income peers can be attributed to summer learning loss in elementary school. Why accept summer learning loss when you can fight it with Study Island? You can use Study Island to run a completely virtual summer learning program consisting of skills practice in all core content areas, as well as additional activities in writing and reading.
Building a Successful Alternative High School Program Through Love, High Expectations, and Restorative Education
What does it take to build a successful alternative school that serves students who are underserved by the community? The staff at Crossroads Academy in Uvalde CISD in Texas developed their program around a mission of love, high expectations, and restorative education and have helped some of the district's most at-risk students get back on track and earn their high school diplomas.