Helping students build foundational learning skills in math, English language arts, science, and social studies is the first step toward academic success. The skills-based learning in Pathblazer® gives students the supplemental instruction and practice they need to develop these skills. And for students in need of more support in math and ELA, Pathblazer offers standards-based instruction that can be personalized to each individual students’ skill and ability level to help get them up to grade level.
Pathblazer’s curriculum can be used as a companion to in-classroom instruction, as well as both blended and virtual instruction.
Pathblazer offers high-quality lessons in math, ELA, science, and social students built around a gradual-release instructional model of direct instruction, supported practice, independent practice, and assessment to help reinforce grade-level skills among elementary-school students. And for students in need of more support, educators can adapt the program to offer targeted, standards-based intervention in math and ELA as needed.
Engaging on-screen instructional videos teach students about a skill or concept. Students are presented with examples, modeling, and real-world contexts in a dynamic and fun environment.
Students then have the opportunity to practice the skill they were just taught. Scaffolds like hints and reteaching help students become competent at the skill without getting frustrated.
As students work through an activity, the supports and help they receive are reduced, so they can work more on their own. Students still receive immediate feedback if they make a mistake, but the feedback becomes more limited in scope.
Activity quizzes and unit tests inform continuous feedback for students and teachers. This way, if additional intervention is needed, educators are immediately notified so the student isn’t stuck in a loop of frustration and can accelerate forward.
The fun, motivating content in Pathblazer keeps students engaged as they learn, which helps accelerate them to grade level.
Students begin by taking an adaptive screener to determine functional level, and then a diagnostic pretest at that level to pinpoint skill gaps. Or schools can import existing student data from one of our assessment integration partners to create prescriptive learning paths without additional testing.
Each student is automatically assigned a personalized learning path designed to fill gaps and accelerate them to on-level mastery. All math and ELA lessons are aligned to state standards and the Common Core, and built around a gradual-release instructional model of explicit instruction, supported and independent practice, and assessment.
The real-time intervention reports in Pathblazer track student progress toward standards mastery, inform small-group instruction, and help teachers plan for one-on-one instruction with students.
In partnership with Accelerate Education, Edgenuity Instructional Services offers curriculum for students in kindergarten through fifth grade who complete all of their learning online. This elementary school online curriculum features over 30 standards-aligned courses that can be taught by Edgenuity’s state-certified virtual instructors.
Students will complete age-appropriate, engaging lessons with access to tools that support learning, including text to speech, audio and translation, text and picture dictionaries, and more. And educators can easily monitor student progress and performance with usage statistics, grading and feedback tools, curriculum maps, and communication tools.
By offering this curriculum, you’re giving your youngest learners a well-rounded, high-quality education, along with more ownership over their learning, which is one of the first steps in developing a lifelong desire to learn.