In this episode of our Talking Ed series, Kate Weber, product manager at Edmentum, will discuss what type of elementary students would benefit from virtual learning and what its benefits are.
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Some children find true passions outside of the classroom early on. For these students, balancing those activities with critically important academics is a consistent challenge.
Sometimes, students just need one adult willing to listen to their struggles and concerns—just one knowledgeable teacher willing to offer alternative options that students may not have known were even available. A simple, “What do you need?” or “How can I support you?” can make a powerful difference. Learn how these three schools succeeded in providing credit recovery options to struggling high school students with ingenuity, a listening ear, and a touch of virtual learning.
Edmentum has been partnering with Federal TRIO Programs for years, and we’ve seen how educators and administrators have used our solutions successfully to structure their programs. Our all-inclusive solutions can be used for tutoring, coaching, and supporting students throughout the learning process.
Let’s take a look at 19 of our incredible partners who are changing the game in the fast-paced world of education when it comes to credit recovery and intervention; practice and state test preparation; flexible, expanded course options to support student achievement; and educators who went above and beyond.
By combining Edmentum’s industry-leading Courseware digital curriculum and outstanding team of EdOptions Academy virtual teachers with FEV Tutor’s 24/7, live, one-to-one online tutoring support, we can accelerate learning outcomes and empower more students to believe in their own potential.
Recently, five of our exceptional EdOptions Academy teachers got together for a live panel to discuss the learning experience for students in our virtual courses. Here are some highlights of what these educators shared about the online teaching and learning process; how they keep students engaged and on track; and what they do to collaborate and communicate with their students, students’ families, and other educators.