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eSpark In Your Classroom

Many teachers use eSpark for a half hour 2 to 3 times a week, but each classroom is unique! Hear from fellow educators about their approach to implementation.

 
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I love how easy eSpark makes it for me to differentiate learning for my students every day. It makes learning fun, engaging and challenging for them all.

Amy B

1st Grade Teacher in New Jersey

Teacher FAQs

What is eSpark?

eSpark is an adaptive, online program that provides K-5 math and reading instruction at each student’s level.

Can I try eSpark in my classroom?

Yes! A limited number of teachers per school can get access to a trial of eSpark.

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What devices does eSpark work on?

eSpark works on all classroom devices with an internet connection including iPads, Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops.

What does eSpark look like in a classroom?

eSpark can be used in a variety of classroom models. Most commonly, we see eSpark used as a center β€” students work independently while teachers meet with a separate small group.

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How will I know how my students are doing in eSpark?

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.

Looking for more resources?

Visit our help center or book an individual support consultation for more resources to help you have the best year ever. πŸŽ‰

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