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Our learning solutions are designed by educators, tested by students, and built to enhance teaching and drive academic achievement at all levels. We partner with your school or district to expand learning opportunities and flexibility, and are here to support you.
We want to assure you that even though your student may not be going into school every day, they can still receive a high-quality and engaging education from dedicated instructors that moves them forward in their learning.
What is expected of you as the caretaker of a student completing school work online? And what is the responsibility of their teacher? These short videos describes some expectations and helpful tips for families to help understand some standard expectations of virtual learning.
To begin, make sure your student knows which learning management system (LMS) they’ll be working in and how to access it. Your school or district should provide you with the login URL, as well as your student’s username and password.
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When learning moves between the school building and the home, family members may need to take a more active role in their student’s education. For years, Edgenuity has been successfully supporting students, educators, and families in making this transition. Discover our tips for supporting your child in virtual learning.
If your student is new to virtual learning, you’ll notice some differences from in-person learning including how teachers interact with students and how their progress and growth are measured. Even with these changes, both you and your student’s teachers remain crucial components of their success.
The biggest change will be in how the instruction and curriculum are made available to your student. No matter your student’s age, skill level, or ability, it’s good to regularly check in on them to help monitor their progress and remind them that you’re still invested in their academic growth and achievement. Talk through challenges with them, and encourage them to work through struggles. And as you can, celebrate successes, both big and small.