Learning List recently reviewed Edgenuity’s PreCalculus course for Texas high schools. Content addresses the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and is appropriate for blended learning and/or self-paced instructional environments. Video-based lessons focus on developing students’ understanding of the concepts in algebra, trigonometry, and geometry that are the foundation for the study of calculus. [Read more…]
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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s California GO Math!™ is a comprehensive, mathematics product for students in grades K-8. Content is available in print and digital formats. Learning List recently reviewed resources for grades K-5. California GO Math! focuses on building students’ understanding of math in conjunction with their developing reading and writing skills. At each grade level, the program provides extensive resources for Response to Intervention (RtI) students and English language learners (ELLs). [Read more…]
Imagine Learning’s Imagine Language & Literacy is a program of digital tutorials that supports the development of language and literacy skills for students in grades PreK-6. The supplemental program uses assessment and performance data to customize instruction for individual students. Its highly visual lessons are designed to engage struggling readers, English learners, and early elementary students. Learning List recently reviewed resources for grades K-5. [Read more…]
Learning List has reviewed Reasoning Mind’s Blueprint. This supplemental product supports mathematics instruction in Pre-K, kindergarten, and first grade. Content is web-based—software installations and/or app downloads are not required. Instruction focuses on building foundational skills and understanding basic concepts in mathematics. Adaptive content provides individualized intervention and remediation for students who struggle with concepts. [Read more…]
Imagine Math provides supplemental, online mathematics programs for grades 3 through high school. Resources support self-paced instruction in remediation and intervention programs. Across grade levels, Imagine Math’s adaptive software adjusts content to meet individual learning needs, provides immediate corrective feedback, and motivates students through a system of extrinsic rewards. Learning List recently reviewed Imagine Math’s resources for high school Geometry and Integrated Math I & II, which are described in Appendix A of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). [Read more…]