Posts Tagged "Supplemental"

New Product Review: Learning Farm Mathematics

New Product Review: Learning Farm Mathematics

Is your district looking for a supplemental math program to support skill development and remediation in middle school? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Learning Farm.

Learning Farm is a supplemental online program that provides instruction and adaptive practice activities to support students’ learning of the TEKS for mathematics, English language arts and reading, and science for students in grades K-8. Learning List recently reviewed the mathematics content for grades 6-8.

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New Product: Center for the Collaborative Classroom’s Being a Writer

New Product: Center for the Collaborative Classroom’s Being a Writer

Center for the Collaborative Classroom’s Being a Writer is a supplemental writing program for students in grades K-5. The program provides genre-based writing instruction intended to help students develop a love of writing and an appreciation for expressing their thoughts in writing.

The program focuses on academic as well as social and ethical learning through the creation of a classroom writing community. Being a Writer scaffolds and vertically aligns writing and social skills instruction across grade levels. The lesson structure includes daily independent writing time. Writing instruction throughout the program is genre based and focused on authentic writing. The program does address preparation for standardized writing tests beginning in grade three.

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New Product: Prodigy Math Game

New Product: Prodigy Math Game

Do you need a free engaging game for math practice?  Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Prodigy Math Game.

Prodigy Math Game is a free, supplemental, online math role-playing game for grades 1 through 8. The game provides math practice problems in a game-based format that is self-paced and adaptive to address multiple levels of achievement. The game focuses on moving a student-created wizard through various challenges as the student solves math problems. Students may spend more time playing the game than practicing math problems. The game context and storyline is substantially the same across all grade levels.

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New Product: Heinemann’s Units of Study in Reading Middle School Grades

Which instructional materials is your district considering for reading instruction in middle school? Particularly if you are implementing the reading workshop model, consider Learning List’s review of Heinemann’s Units of Study in Reading Middle School Grades (Units of Study Reading).

Units of Study Reading is a supplemental reading product for students in grades 6 through 8. The program is primarily an instructional narrative for teachers and includes print and online teaching resources. Lucy Calkins’ workshop model underpins the framework for reading instruction focusing on developing avid readers who choose and understand increasingly complex texts. Units are not specific to a grade level which means district or campus staff sequence the units based on the district’s curriculum, availability of resources, and student needs or reading levels. Teachers without prior experience in teaching writing workshop will require significant professional development and time to study materials and resources to ensure successful implementation.  [Read more. . . ]

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New Product: Heinemann’s Units of Study in Writing

Which instructional materials is your district considering for writing instruction? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Heinemann’s Units of Study in Opinion, Information, and Narrative WritingTM (Grades K-5) and Heinemann’s Units of Study in Argument, Information, and Narrative WritingTM (Grades 6-8) (Units of Study Writing).

Units of StudyUnits of Study Writing is a supplemental writing product for students in grades K-8. The program is primarily an instructional narrative for teachers and includes print and online teaching resources. Lucy Calkins’ workshop model underpins the framework for writing instruction in this series. Teachers without prior experience in teaching writing workshop will require significant professional development and time to study materials and resources to ensure successful implementation.

Units of Study Writing dovetails with Heinemann’s Units for ReadingTM, which Learning List has reviewed. Both products use similar structures, instructional strategies, and vocabulary across grade levels and content areas. This provides seamless transitions for students from grade to grade. Learning List’s alignment reports show how the material’s vertical alignment of skills guide teachers in supporting students at all proficiency levels. [Read more. . . ]

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