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ASU Prep Digital Partnerships with Utah Schools Provide Model for Expanding Educational Opportunities

TEMPE, Ariz. — Blended Model and Concurrent College Credit Courses Offer Advanced Options for Utah Students Education changes lives. Yet for a multitude of reasons, not all students have equal access to quality learning. It is a challenge that former Utah State Senator Howard Stephenson has been working to solve for 20-plus years. Recently, with the support of the Utah Legislature and groups like the Utah Private Schools Association, he has made some great strides. The most recent – and most notable – comes from what some may consider an unlikely...
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Supporting Online Students: Best Practices for Grades K–5

If you’re an educational leader, chances are you’re familiar with distance learning options or even have experience running or building a virtual program for your school or district. If so, you know distance learning can be an incredibly powerful option for many students and families, but it’s not exactly “plug-and-play.”...
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ASU Prep Digital’s best practices for math teachers.

The way we teach is ever-changing. And that’s a good thing. Whereas the traditional lecture was once perceived as the best method of educating a room full of students, today there’s increased value in creating a two-way line of communication between educators and learners.  It’s commonly understood that the key...
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The Importance of Virtual Learning for Families and At-risk Students

By Julie Young & William Donovan February 02, 2022 To the list of services that have grown in popularity during the pandemic, such as video conferencing, take-out delivery, and at-home fitness, add one more: virtual learning. Not the slap-dash remote instruction that many schools rushed to use following the shutdown...
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Building a virtual program in your district? Examine these 3 factors in potential partners.

In recent years, virtual programs have become more and more popular as brick-and-mortar schools explore solutions for students who have been temporarily quarantined, prefer to learn from home, or simply need more flexibility in their schedules. Across the country, virtual programs are becoming a need-to-have rather than a nice-to-have. But...
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Virtual Learning Grows During COVID

Article originally published on Pioneerinstitute.org Virtual schools are safe and flexible for families and at-risk students BOSTON – Virtual learning in K-12 education continues to grow due to the health threat caused by coronavirus variants and the assistance this learning model can provide to at-risk students, according to two papers...
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How to Thrive as a Digital Teacher in 2022

It can be hard to keep New Year’s resolutions, but if there’s one that teachers should commit to when January rolls around, it’s to enroll in one of the new training courses debuting in 2022 on the ASU Prep Digital online training portal. Arizona teachers can enroll in both of...
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