Summit is a dynamic curriculum with built-in tools that adapt each lesson to support individual learning. The consistent course structure lessens the learning curve and up-front time so students can quickly get the help they need. And, because the curriculum was designed for use in most implementation models, Summit will fit your classroom.
Take a look below to learn more about Summit’s:
- Consistent course structure
- Implementation models
- Intentional design for all learners
- Lesson structure
Uses a Consistent Structure Across Summit Courses
Summit is organized into activities that are grouped to make lessons. Lessons are grouped to make up units, and units are grouped to create a semester. Graded and ungraded assessments are built in throughout the content—not just at the end of each unit.
Provides Flexibility for Implementation in a Variety of Learning Models
Summit curriculum is intentionally designed to support every classroom—from traditional to modern and everything in between. We can help you to determine which learning model fits your needs―and work with you to develop an implementation plan to ensure your program’s success.
Features Built-in Tools to Support All Learners
Designed with built-in support for struggling learners, English learners, and students with special needs, Summit scaffolds instruction and practice so every learner can progress. The curriculum features tools like translation support for more than 65 languages to help English learners access grade-level content.
Provides an Insightful Lesson Structure
The Summit curriculum is built on an instructional model that is insightful and intuitive and adjusts to each learner. Summit delivers content and provides the additional support students need, when they need it. Note: Functionality varies by subject.