Throughout the year, Edgenuity participates in and hosts a number of edtech conferences and events across the country. Meet up with us at an event near you to join the conversation about student success and K–12 online and blended learning. At edtech conferences and Edgenuity events, you’ll have the opportunity to:
The KASS Annual Conference offers top-level school administrators opportunities for professional development, professional networking and career growth. Those who attend this conference typically leave more well prepared to lead their districts in their mutual goal of providing outstanding services.
Whether you’re attending your first or 40th conference, it can be hard to decide how to best to use your time at edtech conferences and events, especially when dealing with delayed flights, traffic, and a great host city. That’s why it’s important to do a little legwork before arriving at the conference venue.
To begin, think about what you’re hoping to gain from the conference. Why are you going? If it’s a conference you’ve attended before, why are you returning? If you had to get permission to attend the conference, think back to why you explained to your boss that it’d be valuable for you to attend.
With this information fresh in mind, you can start thinking about your goals for the conference, which is the first step in determining how to spend your time there. Doing that in combination with following our five tips for attending edtech conferences will help you have the best conference experience you can!
Learning happens in layers and levels. That’s why Edgenuity offers a full suite of K–12 online learning solutions for schools and districts, which are backed by intuitive technology that gives educators the resources they need to plan lessons, execute goals, measure success, and intervene when necessary. With courses available for core curriculum, and solutions for intervention, test readiness, and summer school, Edgenuity’s learning solutions can help you support your students no matter what needs they have.
Our flexible, online curriculum aligns to the Common Core, NGSS, and state standards. It can be used to supplement classroom instruction, in a fully virtual implementation, and for initial credit for middle- and high-school students.
Credit recovery courses help high-school students recover credits to graduate on time. The self-paced learning and pretesting in our online curriculum allow students to spend more time on what they need and less time on content they’ve already mastered.
To help students close learning gaps and master skills and concepts, Pathblazer® (for elementary school) and MyPath™ (for middle and high school) provide data-driven, personalized intervention so students can catch up, keep up, or get ahead.
Our test readiness solutions and courses help prepare students for middle- and high-school assessments. With targeted instruction and practice, UpSmart® and Virtual Tutors help students develop the skills they need to be successful on high-stakes exams.
Online curriculum and virtual learning empower schools and districts to expand course offerings, offer middle- and high-school students more flexible learning options, and even staff your own virtual program with our highly qualified, state-certified virtual instructors.
We partner with schools and districts to deliver personalized learning. Pairing online curriculum and real-time data with teacher-led instruction makes it possible to truly personalize learning for every student.
Our online learning solutions support year-round learning for all K–12 students. With flexible implementations available, schools and districts can easily establish their own brick-and-mortar, blended, or fully virtual summer school program using our online curriculum.