A course is all online activities that need to be completed in one week. The activities will be broken into 3 Days of work.
The name of the course (displayed below the image) specifies the subject: Topic (week number).
Online students have three “Days” of online activities to complete over one week.
An activity is a set of exercises within a course that students complete. Three sets of online activities should be completed each week.
The student is presented with challenging or easier questions based on his/her performance in the initial exercises of a course.
Our normal path is “intermediate” for Activities 1 and 2.
Numerical Drills: If a student scores greater than 85% in Activity 1 and Activity 2, the student is given an “Advanced” track in Activity 3.
If the student scores < 71% in both exercises, he/she is given an easier set of questions under Activity 3. These are called “Standard”.
Math: If a student scores greater than 85% in Activity 1 and 2, the student is put on an “Advanced” track for Word Problems under Activity 3. Otherwise, the student remains on the “Intermediate” track.
English: If a student scores greater than 85% in Activity 1 and 2 of Comprehension, the student is put on the “Advanced” track under Activity 3. Otherwise, the student remains on the “Intermediate” track.
The website at online.agradeahead.com that students will use to complete their online interactive activities.
A digital “badge” is awarded to a student who completes one full month’s courses of either Math or English. The badge displays on the Dashboard.
Incorporating both traditional and electronic methods to teach students. A Grade Ahead is using lessons taught by teachers or parents that include practice problems on paper along with a website using interactive online activities.
The main page where the courses that are assigned to a student will show. Each student has a unique dashboard.