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The Challenges You Face

More and more schools and districts are looking to smartphones and tablets as a way to personalize blended and online learning and expand education beyond the classroom. And while the use of mobile devices in schools has proliferated—especially in schools with a Bring-Your-Own-Device policy—schools have found it challenging to find quality programs, curriculum, and apps that work on these devices.

FuelEd is helping schools and districts make the transition to digital learning with our personalized technology platform, updated curriculum, and new apps that turn mobile devices into effective teaching and learning tools.

The FuelEd Solutions

TECHNOLOGY

PEAK is Fuel Education’s Personalized Learning Platform that features personalized dashboards for students, teachers, and administrators. PEAK’s dashboards can be viewed on a variety of platforms and devices—including smartphones and tablets—so students, teachers, and administrators can view the current status of their online programs in the classroom, at home, or anywhere with Internet connectivity.

Teachers can also access the PEAK Classroom from their smartphone or tablet to customize courses and lessons with content from multiple sources—including some of the most highly rated web-based educational content providers.

CURRICULUM

The FuelEd Online Courses middle school curriculum can be accessed on a wide variety of platforms and devices—including the iPad®, ChromebookTM, and AndroidTM—to untether learning so students can work in the classroom, at the library, in learning labs, at home, or anywhere with Internet connectivity. Our updated middle school curriculum includes Common Core State Standards (CCSS)-aligned math and language arts courses, and updated science courses that can be used in full-time online, blended, and traditional classroom environments.

The FuelEd Anywhere Learning System (ALS) has been redesigned and enhanced to deliver untethered learning with 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—available on the iPad. ALS delivers content aligned with CCSS and state objectives for students in grades 1–12, and 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. Click here to download the ALS on iPad flyer.

We’ve partnered with Middlebury Interactive Languages to deliver  an immersive approach to world language education. Clients using the Middlebury Course Administration Platform have access to Middlebury Interactive’s iPad-compatible courses, including Spanish, French, German, and Chinese for grades 3 through 12, as well as Advanced Placement® Spanish and French. Middlebury Interactive courses are aligned with national standards set by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).

MOBILE APPS

The PEAK Office Mobile app makes it easy to use our Personalized Learning Platform on the go—in the classroom, in the teachers’ lounge, or anywhere. Teachers, administrators, and mentors can securely monitor student progress, manage student enrollments, and access reports with just a tap of a fingertip! Click here to download the PEAK Office Mobile flyer.

To help students get ready for the Advanced Placement® exams, K12, our content partner, has developed several apps that put AP review material at students’ fingertips:

The AP Exam Prep apps are designed for the iPad, Kindle Fire, Chromebook, and Samsung tablet; are available in 12 popular AP subjects; and have up to five modules: Quick Review, Multiple Choice, Free Response, Scored Essay, and Study Statistics. A key feature of the exam prep apps are the individualized study plans that highlight topics that have been mastered and those that need further work based on the feedback derived from pre-testing.

The AP Exam Review Flashcard apps are designed to work on smartphones and tablets. Available in 12 AP subjects, the flashcard apps feature flippable cards with keywords or concepts on the front and definitions on the back.