[School Closure Tip#3] Monitor student progress through the curriculum

Educators, for the entire school year, your students have received direct instruction from you. By following a pacing guide and executing on your quarterly, unit and weekly lesson plans, you were able to ensure that students could move onto challenging content and be prepared for the next school year. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this has come to an abrupt halt. In this third post in the School Closure Tips (series), we intend to show you 3 ways to mitigate academic losses and ensure students move through the curriculum.

[School Closure Tip#1] Automate Practice and Drive Intervention

Educators, ScootPad is committed to helping you as you transition from teaching in a physical classroom to providing students with online enrichment and instruction. In the School Closure Tips (series), we will how you how to automate practice, deliver lessons, ensure students move through the curriculum, provide mini-assessments and even keep students motivated. In this post we will specifically tackle automating practice and driving intervention.

Solution Series 2 of 8: Supplemental Practice and Homework

This school year we introduced ScootPad Solutions, a comprehensive set of student-centered learning solutions for teachers, parents and administrators. This week we'll illustrate how to assign Supplemental Practice and Homework, the 2nd of the 8 ScootPad Solutions, ensuring that you can successfully implement this solution in your classroom easily and efficiently.

Hybrid Classes Out-learn Traditional Classes

More than nine out of ten schools using a hybrid learning program reported higher academic performance on standardized tests compared to traditional classrooms in the same school district or state benchmarks (Hybrid Learning Program Results, Hybrid Learning Institute, Dellicker Strategies, 2013-2014). What are hybrid classrooms doing so differently anyway? Many base their learning model on the... Continue Reading →

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