Create Conditions that Inspire Brilliance: Optimizing Adaptive Learning

Publish date:
Social count:

Create Conditions that Inspire Brilliance: Optimizing Adaptive Learning

On Demand

For students who struggle to read at grade level, 1:1 instruction is most effective, but teachers lack the time to differentiate instruction to meet individual needs in real time. How can teachers and administrators disrupt the traditional status quo and create a classroom that inspires brilliance?

Adaptive learning has been around for decades. We’re discovering new ways to bring how students learn, the crucial role of the teacher in the classroom, and the power of adaptive technology together to create an optimal learning environment.

Join Sandi Everlove, Chief Learning Officer of Enlearn, and Laura Boothe, fourth grade teacher at Seatack Elementary School in Virginia Beach, VA, as they share strategies and best practices for creating a new atmosphere of learning with next-generation adaptive learning. Velocity, 1:1 ELA instruction for grades K-5, optimizes learning by providing the best and most effective instruction for each individual student. You’ll walk away from this webinar recognizing the importance of the teacher’s involvement in adaptive learning, and how to empower your teachers to provide individualized instruction for every learner. Join Here

Brought to you by:

Image placeholder title
Image placeholder title

Sandi Everlove, Chief Learning Officer

Image placeholder title
Image placeholder title

Featured Speakers:EnlearnLaura Boothe, Fourth grade teacherSeastack Elementary



Pearson’s WriteToLearn Now Optimized for iPad, Featuring Adaptive Vocabulary Development

Previewed at ISTE 2012, Award-Winning Online Tool, Aligned to Common Core Standards, Takes Support for English Language Learners to the Next Level SAN DIEGO – June 25, 2012 – Two of today’s hottest topics in education are implementing the new Common Core State Standards and transforming iPads into learning tools. Now WriteToLearn 8.0, Pearson’s award-winning online tool, will help schools tackle both head-on. Previewed at ISTE 2012 this week, Pearson’s WriteToLearn reading and writing tool is now optimized for iPad. New product features include adaptive support for vocabulary development and additional tools that make it easier for all students, but particularly English Language Learners (ELL) and struggling learners, to build literacy skills. Reading and writing material is aligned with academic literacy skills set forth in the Common Core State Standards.