eSpark is an adaptive, online program that provides K-5 math and reading instruction at each student’s level.
eSpark can be used in a variety of classroom models. Most commonly, we see eSpark used as a center — students work independently while teachers meet with a separate small group.
Teachers have access to a dashboard containing information on what your students are working on and what they’ve accomplished in eSpark. Teachers also receive weekly emails with progress data and suggestions for small groups.
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.
In order to set students on differentiated paths, eSpark gives students a placement quiz to diagnose their unique needs. For some districts, we’re able to import your existing assessment data—such as NWEA MAP, STAR, or iReady—to diagnose needs.
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.