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Frequently Asked Questions

eSpark

Why do districts use eSpark?

Districts partner with eSpark to effectively differentiate instruction in PK-5 math and ELA classrooms. eSpark saves teachers valuable lesson planning time by providing students with engaging games, apps, and activities aligned to their unique areas of academic need.

Which grade levels and subject areas does eSpark work with?

eSpark’s curriculum covers grades PK–5 in Math and ELA. eSpark’s curriculum can also be used in 7th and 8th grade RtI and Special Education settings.

What does eSpark look like in the classroom?

Most districts use eSpark two to five times a week. Designed to build independent learners, eSpark can be used a variety of instructional models including whole group instruction, station-rotation, and split classroom. To learn more about eSpark’s student and teacher experience, watch the eSpark Walkthrough video.

What types of student assessment data does eSpark use to diagnose student learning needs?

eSpark uses your district’s existing data to diagnose learning needs. You can learn more by visiting our page on state and nationally-normed assessments.

What standards is eSpark’s curriculum aligned to?

eSpark’s apps, videos, games, activities, and critical thinking assessments fully align to Common Core and many state standards including Next Generation Learning Standards, Ohio’s Learning Standards, Michigan Academic Standards, Illinois Learning Standards, and more.

What devices does eSpark work on?

eSpark works on all classroom devices including iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops.

How much does eSpark cost?

Because eSpark Learning’s solutions and services are highly customized, eSpark pricing is tailored to each district’s unique needs and implementation. Please click here to learn more about our pricing.

Can I purchase eSpark for my child to use at home?

Currently we only work directly with schools and school districts, but we would love for you to share information about eSpark with your child’s school administrators to see if our program could be a good fit for students in your community. If your child already uses eSpark at school, speak with a teacher to coordinate using eSpark at home.

Frontier

Why do districts use Frontier?

Districts use Frontier to build confident, thoughtful writers and critical thinkers. With Frontier’s diverse, standards-aligned writing projects, teachers can easily provide students with the extended practice and real-time feedback they need to build strong writing skills.

Which grade levels and subject areas does Frontier work with?

Frontier’s curriculum provides extended writing practice for 3-8 classrooms.

What does Frontier look like in the classroom?

Most districts use Frontier two to three times a week. Designed to build independent writers and readers, Frontier can be used a variety of instructional models including whole group instruction, station-rotation, and split classroom. To learn more about Frontier’s student and teacher experience, watch the Frontier Walkthrough video.

What standards is Frontier’s curriculum aligned to?

All of Frontier’s writing projects and resources align to Common Core state writing standards.

What devices does Frontier work with?

Frontier works on all classroom devices including iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops.

How much does Frontier cost?

Because eSpark Learning’s solutions and services are highly customized, Frontier pricing is tailored to each district’s unique needs and implementation. Please click here to learn more about our pricing.

Can I purchase Frontier for my child to use at home?

Currently we only work directly with schools and school districts, but we would love for you to share information about Frontier with your child’s school administrators to see if our program could be a good fit for students in your community. If your child already uses Frontier at school, speak with a teacher to coordinate using eSpark at home.

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