Personalized Learning on the iPad

for K–8 students in General Ed, RtI and Special Ed

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Our Solution

eSpark’s comprehensive solution has been proven to help districts effectively leverage iPads and the vast ecosystem of educational apps to increase student engagement and achievement.

Relevant, student-centered curriculum

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Understandable, actionable data

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Streamlined, easy iPad setup

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Expert coaching and ongoing support

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eSpark offers free live webinars twice a month on a variety of blended learning topics. They hosted by our team of former teachers, technology experts, and leaders in blended learning from innovative school districts across the United States. In case you miss a live event, we record all of our webinars and make them available on-demand in our webinar library.


4 Steps for an Effective iPad Program
How to Train Your Staff for Long-Term Success

Tuesday, April 29th • 11 a.m. CST

The best administrators know that the key to any new program or initiative is comprehensive preparation and training for your staff. This interactive webinar explores the four steps district leaders can take to initiate a successful iPad program including identifying your district’s purpose, building teacher investment, delivering comprehensive professional development, and managing expectations.

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Presenters: Michelle Acaley and Jonathan Russom, School Partnership Managers

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eSpark is accelerating student achievement in districts across the country. But don't just take our word for it—check out our microdocumentaries, case studies, and testimonials to hear what our partners have to say.

“We’re seeing tremendous growth with our students, and most importantly, a love and passion for learning.”

Dr. Christine Johns, Superintendent
Utica Community Schools