NewPath’s Curriculum Learning Modules provide turnkey resources to easily implement effective, blended learning within your Summer Learning Program.Summer learning can be used to address a variety of student needs, allowing them to –
- Get back on track with credit recovery & academic enrichment programs
- Prepare for the upcoming year with instruction in challenging courses such as Math & Science
- Get ahead on key subjects or make room for additional studies during the school year
The Challenge: Stopping Summer Learning Loss. The Solution: NewPath’s Curriculum Learning ModulesNumerous studies cite that summer learning loss sets students back significantly. On average, students lose 2 months of their grade level equivalency during summer recess. But there is good news. Summer learning programs have also been shown to positively impact students’ self-esteem, confidence and motivation. Specifically, summer learning programs provide the following benefits –
- Improve attendance & learn
Academic success requires ongoing opportunities to learn & practice essential skills. At no time is this truer than during the summer break.
NewPath Learning’s Take Home Modules Extend Learning Time and Promote Parental Involvement
The Challenge: Getting Parents in the Game. The Solution: NewPath’s Take-Home Learning Modules
Numerous studies cite the lack of parental involvement as one of the greatest challenges in the classroom. Both educators and parents agree that the lack of parental involvement is widespread and interferes with student outcomes.
The statistics are compelling:
- 84% of teachers polled indicate that parental involvement and support for learning at home are the most critical factors for student success.
The Key to a Child’s Success is Positive Parental Involvement in Education
NewPath’s Online Learning Program Reviewed in American Biology Teacher
Check Out This Review of Our Online Learning Program and Hear What the Experts Have to Say:
5 Creative Ways Teachers Used Pop Culture to Connect with Kids
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The 4 Types of Learners that Benefit from Games
Games are learning, set to the tune of fun. In an educational world filled with discipline and rules, games give us all a chance to be more playful - and they encourage students learn in a forum that they're familiar with - which just so happens to be the exact forum they associate with recreation and a good time.
Games are also ideal for many different learning styles, particularly:
Games use visuals