Help students achieve academic success
KOLP utilizes the Edgenuity curriculum for grades 6 - 12. Edgenuity courses feature rigorous, standards-aligned instruction and powerful interactive tools that support learning. Engaging multimedia and real-world applications help ensure students build content knowledge and essential skills.
Grades 6 - 12
The Student Experience
Edgenuity’s direct-instruction videos feature expert, on-screen
teachers who explain concepts, model strategies, provide examples, and make real-world connections. Students stop to complete tasks that check for understanding. They can also pause or rewind videos to take notes or review concepts as
they progress through instruction at their own pace.
Meaningful assignments ensure students master key concepts and develop analytical and critical-thinking skills. Throughout our courses, students will read, write, explore, create, practice, predict, and much more.
Formative and summative assessments test for mastery and provide immediate, actionable feedback for students and teachers.
The CloseReader™ supports the active reading of complex texts, with embedded comprehension questions, text and audio prompts, and contextual definitions of new vocabulary words. Digital highlighters and sticky notes help students organize information, ask questions, and record observations. Our read-aloud and translation tools help English language learners and students with special needs access complex text.
The enhanced eNotes enable students to synthesize information and record questions and observations in a digital notebook.
A dynamic glossary and word look-up tool helps students build their academic vocabulary, while transcripts and video captions allow students to follow along with the on-screen teacher.
This tool scaffolds the writing process for all students – from pre-writing to the final draft. Targeted writing instruction and practice in our content-area courses prepares students for narrative, argumentative, informative, and analytical writing.
Based on a sophisticated algorithm, student writing is auto-graded. However, teachers can review student work, provide feedback, and adjust the grade if necessary.