|ALS helps educators meet the individual needs of students|
|Elementary-level Social Studies content engages young learners with meaningful content and visually appealing graphics.|
|Midlevel Social Sciences content uses photography, charts, and graphics to introduce students to the study of geography.|
|High school-level Comprehensive Biology content enriches students' learning experiences with detailed drawings and illustrations.|
ALS’s interactive content is aligned with state and Common Core standards and includes adaptive assessments that can address learning gaps across multiple grade levels.
The FuelEd Anywhere Learning System (ALS) delivers content aligned with Common Core State Standards and state objectives for students in grades 1–12. It includes adaptive assessments that make it easy for teachers to create customized learning paths for struggling students who need remediation as well as advanced learners who need accelerated coursework. ALS can prescribe content across multiple grade levels to precisely target each student’s learning needs—whether they have significant learning gaps or they’re looking to extend their knowledge to more accelerated content.
ALS content on the iPad includes 96 language arts, math, science, social studies, and high school electives titles—including more than 3,800 lessons, study guides, and practice and mastery assessments—that have been redesigned and enhanced to deliver untethered learning. Now students in grades 1-12 can use an iPad to work on their individualized learning plan in the classroom, at the library, in learning labs, at home, or anywhere with Internet connectivity.
More Flexible Options for Students
ALS is delivered via the Internet or through a LAN or WAN. ALS runs on Windows® and Macintosh® desktop and laptop computers, Google Chromebook™ notebook computers, as well as on the iPad. It is well suited for schools supporting a wide range of student devices or schools moving to a Bring-Your-Own-Device environment.
Now students can begin a lesson at a workstation at school, and then complete it later on an iPad at home, in the library, or anywhere with Internet access. All progress and assessment results are stored and remembered, so no matter where or when students log back in, they can pick up in the same place they left off. Students can also access homework assignments and view their academic progress on the iPad by simply logging onto the Internet.
Click here to download the ALS on iPad flyer.