Elementary School

Elementary School

Blended learning and intervention solutions

Help Your Students Build Foundational Skills

Students begin developing their literacy and learning habits during elementary school, so it’s essential for these young learners to receive the instruction and practice they need to close early gaps and master essential skills in math and reading.

Our online learning solutions give elementary school teachers engaging tools they can use throughout the school day to help students build foundational learning skills and achieve success.

Read more about our elementary school solutions in our brochure


Edgenuity Hybridge

Blended Learning in Math + Reading

Hybridge® offers dynamic online content that can be used alongside core instruction to help students practice and master grade-level skills. This flexible program is aligned to Common Core and state standards and offers an easy transition to blended learning in elementary school classrooms.

Hybridge® offers dynamic online content that can be used alongside core instruction to help students practice and master grade-level skills. This flexible program is aligned to Common Core and state standards and offers an easy transition to blended learning in elementary school classrooms.

How Hybridge Works

Teacher Control

Teacher Control

Teachers can use a lesson-driven model that aligns to class needs. Or, teachers can enable individual learning progressions based on diagnostic results or existing student data so each student receives precisely the right instruction when needed.

Embedded Scaffolds

Embedded Scaffolds

Hybridge offers continuous learning support, including answer-specific feedback and non-repetitive reteaching, so when a student doesn’t understand a skill, he or she doesn’t just see the same thing over again.

Embedded Scaffolds

Embedded Scaffolds

Hybridge offers continuous learning support, including answer-specific feedback and non-repetitive reteaching, so when a student doesn’t understand a skill, he or she doesn’t just see the same thing over again.

Read our Hybridge brochure to learn more


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Personalized Intervention

Solid literacy skills and core math concepts are the first steps toward academic success. To help struggling students close gaps in math and reading, Pathblazer® gives students an individualized path to move toward grade-level proficiency.

How Pathblazer Works

Pinpoint Gaps

Pinpoint Gaps

Students begin with an adaptive screener to determine functional level, and then take 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 with no additional testing.

Personalize Instruction

Personalize Instruction

Each student is provided with an individualized learning path (ILP) designed to fill gaps and accelerate them to on-level mastery. All lessons are built around a gradual-release instructional model of explicit instruction, supported practice, independent practice, and assessment.

Monitor Progress

Monitor Progress

The intervention reports in Pathblazer track student progress toward standards mastery, inform small group instruction, and help teachers plan for one-on-one time with students.

Explore Pathblazer and other intervention solutions

Continuous Learning Support

Every lesson in Hybridge and Pathblazer was built around a gradual-release instructional model so students receive both the instruction and practice they need to master each skill.

Direct Instruction

Engaging on-screen instructional videos teach students about a skill or concept. Students receive examples, modeling, and real-world contexts in a dynamic and fun environment.

Supported Practice

Students then have an opportunity to practice the skill they were just taught. Scaffolds, like hints and reteaching, help students become competent at the skill without getting frustrated.

Independent Practice

As students work through an activity, the supports and scaffolds are reduced, so students have more of a chance to work on their own. Students will still receive immediate feedback if they make a mistake, but the feedback becomes more limited in scope.

Assessments

Activity quizzes and unit tests inform continuous feedback for students and teachers. This way, if additional intervention is needed, it is known immediately so the student isn’t stuck in a loop of frustration and can accelerate forward.

Direct Instruction

Engaging onscreen instructional videos teach students about the skill or concept. Students receive examples, modeling, and real world contexts in a dynamic and fun environment.

Supported Practice

Students then have an opportunity to practice the skill they were just taught. Scaffolds, like hints and re-teaching, help students become competent at the skill without getting frustrated.

Independent Practice

As students work through an activity, the supports and scaffolds are reduced, so students have more of a chance to work on their own. Students will still receive immediate feedback if they make a mistake, but the feedback becomes more limited in scope.

Assessments

Activity quizzes and unit tests inform continuous feedback for students and teachers. This way, if additional intervention is needed, it is known immediately so the student isn’t stuck in a loop of frustration and can accelerate forward.

Direct Instruction

Engaging onscreen instructional videos teach students about the skill or concept. Students receive examples, modeling, and real world contexts in a dynamic and fun environment.

Supported Practice

Students then have an opportunity to practice the skill they were just taught. Scaffolds, like hints and re-teaching, help students become competent at the skill without getting frustrated.

Independent Practice

As students work through an activity, the supports and scaffolds are reduced, so students have more of a chance to work on their own. Students will still receive immediate feedback if they make a mistake, but the feedback becomes more limited in scope.

Assessments

Activity quizzes and unit tests inform continuous feedback for students and teachers. This way, if additional intervention is needed, it is known immediately so the student isn’t stuck in a loop of frustration and can accelerate forward.

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