Hybridge® offers targeted, online instruction that complements classroom instruction to build grade-level skills in reading and math.
Teachers can assign activities in Hybridge that correlate to classroom lessons or students can work through personalized learning paths to reinforce specific skills.
Edgenuity Courseware™ offers online courses for initial credit or credit recovery.
Students can work through these courses independently or with a teacher who provides additional opportunities for instruction, remediation, and offline activities and discussions in the classroom.
Teachers can help struggling students catch up, keep up, or get ahead with Pathblazer® or MyPath™. These supplemental online intervention programs can be used in a blended learning classroom to provide targeted instruction.
Hybridge is a supplemental learning program that offers dynamic online content to build the foundational skills students need to be successful learners today and in the future. This flexible program aligns to Common Core and state standards and can easily be used alongside teachers’ classroom lessons to offer an easy transition to blended learning.
Teachers have the ability to use a lesson-driven model that aligns to their class needs, or they can enable individualized learning so each student receives the right instruction and practice when needed. Or use data you already have to provide targeted instruction.
Students have access to dynamic, interactive, and age-appropriate content that delivers explicit instruction, guided practice, independent practice, just-in-time reteaching, and assessments.
A suite of reports in Hybridge tracks student progress toward standards mastery, informs small group instruction, and helps teachers plan for one-on-one time with students.
Hybridge integrates with myON®, a personalized digital literacy platform that gives each student access to a virtual bookshelf of fiction and nonfiction books tailored to his or her reading level. Giving students access to interesting texts at their level is the first step toward developing a lifelong appreciation for reading.
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