We hope you all are settling back into the routine of school. We know transitions can take some thought and time. If you’re struggling with school routines, or how to best set up your physical space or daily schedule for success, please let us know. We have some great tips and tricks.
If you have not registered for spring classes, please do so HERE. Our team is working hard to put learners into their online courses this week (within 24-48 hours of being ordered). While our first week of coursework does not begin until January 22nd, learners are welcome (and encouraged) to get a headstart on week 1 coursework and beyond.
If you have questions about Semester 1 reports or need support getting started for Semester 2, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The iLEAD Online team
Welcome back, full-time families! We are excited to connect with each of you in preparation for Semester 2. Please make sure to connect with your coach this week, check your advisory course, and reach out if you have any questions or concerns. We will be using this time to update your Individual Learning Plan, review … Continue reading “Coach’s Corner”
iLEAD Online full-time learners take the nationally acclaimed Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test. MAP tests are “smart” tests, adapting to your learner’s level of learning, meaning they are not too hard or too easy, and give us a more accurate picture of the skills your learners are ready to start developing. This computer-adaptive test … Continue reading “The Benefit of MAP Testing”
Our on-site science labs are a great way to get hands-on practice, connect with your peers, get help from your facilitator, and have FUN with science! Click HERE for our Spring Lab schedule. Science labs may be taken with an iLEAD Online Science Course or as a stand-alone experience. Click HERE for our science offerings.
Continue reading for a full list of our new course offerings this semester. All courses are written by a credentialed expert and are specifically designed for online learning in the iLEAD model. Life Skills 101 A Click HERE for a video introduction of the course! From personal budgeting to college applications, this course serves high … Continue reading “New Courses Available!”
When I was in high school, my chemistry teacher just passed out handouts but I didn’t really understand anything. When I went to college, I was behind and quickly learned to just memorize to pass the test. My major was in Food Science and Dietetics so I memorized my way through Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, and … Continue reading “Staff Spotlight: David Chae”