Posts made in March, 2020

3 Critical Facts To Help You Get the Most Instructional Value from Your Materials

3 Critical Facts To Help You Get the Most Instructional Value from Your Materials

As you consider using unfamiliar materials, we offer these tips to help you get the most instructional value from your materials: 

  • If a material does not provide a correlation to your state’s standards, it probably was not designed with your state’s standards in mind. Thus, the material likely will not cover all of the content knowledge and skills your standards require students to learn. Using a material without a correlation will cause you more work in planning instruction to ensure that your students have the opportunity to learn everything the standards require. Consider using such resources for engagement or enrichment rather than as the primary resource for the course. 
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New Product: Edgenuity United States History Since 1877

New Product: Edgenuity United States History Since 1877

Is your district looking for a self-paced program to support students enrolled in United States History? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Edgenuity’s United States History Since 1877.

Edgenuity’s United States History Since 1877 is a comprehensive, online course that supports instruction in blended learning and self-paced environments. Video-based lessons focus on developing students’ understanding of United States history beginning with Industrialization and the Gilded Age. A citizenship unit that addresses foundations of government and topics such as the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and immigration is also included.

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New Product: Edgenuity Earth and Space Science

New Product: Edgenuity Earth and Space Science

Is your district looking for a self-paced program to support students enrolled in Earth and Space Science? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Edgenuity’s Earth and Space Science.

Edgenuity’s Earth and Space Science is a comprehensive, online course that supports instruction in blended learning and self-paced environments. Video-based lessons focus on developing students’ understanding of science concepts and their real-world applications. Instruction includes virtual and classroom-based lab activities.

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When Selecting Materials, Relying on Numbers Is Not Enough

At Learning List, we are often asked, “Which material is the best?” While some organizations rank and/or rate materials, we do not. We do not sum a review up in a number or set of numbers or tell you which materials will be best for your students, because many variables affect the efficacy of a material. For example, how the material will be used, whether the material has the adaptions your students need and whether the district’s technology will support the full implementation of the product are all variables that affect which product is “best” for your students.

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