Parent Instructional Video - (See Student Grades and Progress)
Log in instructions for parents to see student grades, progress, and teacher feedback.
Please watch the Parent Instructional video starting at 1:47 until the end.
Please log in to the 24/7 Learning Center with your student’s user # by clicking here or the Student Login section in the menu above.
Click the “My Grades” section in the menu on the left.
See your student’s scores for:
Quizzes and Assessments
Assignments and Essays
See Teacher and Peer Feedback.
See student course progress.
Print out your student’s tests, progress, or skill development reports.
NEED HELP or TROUBLESHOOTING
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO KNOW
Our curriculum is iterative and consistently evolves - We do not control the learning destination of the learner. We encourage learners to think outside of the box to create something new within our curriculum.
We respond to feedback very quickly. We are learning right along with you and your learners. We update our curriculum frequently based on what we learn.
We allow for learners to reflect and self score their work as apart of the assignment. (Learners can submit their work multiple times before an assignment deadline or before they receive an official grade.
At least four elements of our instructional design framework are included in all of our curricula.
Our instructional methodologies focus on skill and habit development first and content acquisition second.
We continually create curriculum, so don't hesitate to make suggestions or a request. If you feel you have a great curriculum idea but don't know where to start, please feel free to contact us.
We do not currently offer pacing guides because we leave that up to parents and schools. It is hard to provide that because:
The nature of our curriculum is experiential and personalized.
We don't control how much time is allocated for each subject area per day, week, etc.
We do include suggested time requirements in each activity.