Our team of former educators curates engaging digital content aligned to each student’s unique skill levels and interests, allowing you more time to do what you do best. Our tools allow students to work independently and at their own pace while you provide individuals and small groups with targeted support and instruction.
"It has been very rewarding to observe how focused my students become when they are working with their apps at the iPad station. I love to see how eager my students are when they complete their challenges in a quest and are ready to make their own video... My [students] become teachers and cannot wait to share what they have learned.
It is amazing for me to see how [students] are taking ownership of their education. For example, during a small group math lesson the other day, I had a student suggest that I use one of his eSpark instructional videos from his math quest to teach my math group about number bonding. He said he watched it several times and it really helped him “figure out number bonds.” He is only five, and he is already discovering how to use a visual tool to aid in his understanding of a concept.
My personal understanding of each child’s needs has improved, which I feel is a direct result of the increased time I can spend with each student, as well as the data and video feedback I receive from eSpark.”
Kindergarten Teacher, Utica Community Schools
Deliver a targeted mini-lesson to a small group while the rest of the class works independently on Frontier or eSpark.
Meet with small groups of students as the class rotates through different activities. At one station, students work on Frontier or eSpark.
Lower the student-to-teacher ratio by teaching a new concept to half of your class while the rest of your students focus on Frontier or eSpark.
If your district allows students to take home classroom devices, assign Frontier or eSpark’s differentiated content as homework.
We’re ready to take on any questions or challenges you encounter in the transition to new classroom technology. Virtual and on-site professional development ensures you develop the skills needed to successfully incorporate our student-centered learning products into your classroom.
Teacher at Utica Community School, Michiagn