- Project curriculum items onto a screen or use an interactive white board.
- Have students respond by raising their hands, writing their responses on a sheet of paper or into a notebook.
- Divide students into groups and have them work collaboratively to arrive at solutions
- Students may work with a resource or ELL teacher for reinforcement.
- Teachers may use the program for before- and after-school tutoring.
- Students may work with a content area coach for additional instruction.
Work Stations Model
- Have some students work together or independently on classroom computers.
- Other students may work on corresponding Activities at their desks.
- Still others may work with the teacher on a Lesson or Instructional Module.
- Assign curriculum items for students to complete within a specified time period.
- Students may utilize the school lab, laptop carts, and other resources to complete the items.
- Teachers monitor performance and track progress.
- Teachers may assign curriculum items to individual students based on performance to meet the need for remediation or enrichment.
At Home Use
- Assign curriculum items for homework/outside of school completion.
- Create an untracked “Parent” class to introduce parents to the program.
- Monitor progress and use results to inform classroom instructional decisions.