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10 years ago
Has anyone used Edgenuity on their campus? We call it "E2020". Our kids are taking some classes on there for credit accrual or credit recovery. The goal, I guess, is to help kids get through classes quickly without taking an entire semester or year devoted to a course. Does anyone have any experience/opinion?
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10 years ago
Quote from 006943
Has anyone used Edgenuity on their campus? We call it "E2020". Our kids are taking some classes on there for credit accrual or credit recovery. The goal, I guess, is to help kids get through classes quickly without taking an entire semester or year devoted to a course. Does anyone have any experience/opinion?

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10 years ago
Yes, my district implements this program for Credit recovery also. I like that the system is available via the internet, so students are able to work any time of the day at their convenience.
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10 years ago
Quote from Monica Salas-Cano
Yes, my district implements this program for Credit recovery also. I like that the system is available via the internet, so students are able to work any time of the day at their convenience.

Sounds great. I will check to see if others have it here. is it for specific grades or just credit recovery for anyone needing high school units? Very interesting!

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10 years ago
Quote from Colettedavis
Quote from Monica Salas-Cano
Yes, my district implements this program for Credit recovery also. I like that the system is available via the internet, so students are able to work any time of the day at their convenience.

Sounds great. I will check to see if others have it here. is it for specific grades or just credit recovery for anyone needing high school units? Very interesting!

I believe anyone needing high school credits. So far, I've seen a lot of cons with the pros. Yes, they will get their credit, but most of my students don't even pay attention to the videos & just Google all the answers. I guess it's sort of okay because they're still getting the information...but it's still a little frustrating in class to have students talking & constantly need redirection. I'm essentially just a computer lab monitor for a couple of class periods & the kids are taking classes that aren't in my content area. They always want my help & I do my best, but if it was a subject I was far less familiar with, I'd be of no assistance. The lab monitor/teacher for E2020 has to unlock tests, allow for retakes, etc. So, they can't do ALL of it on their own at home.
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