Alaska Digital Academy Personized digital learning

Grades, Pacing, Completion Rates
Teachers response to data ....

Evaluate Course Options

Turn on Pre-Testing - Pre-testing can minimize unit course work if the student has already mastered learning goals. The pre-test will also prime students to zone in on the important concepts of the class they do not yet understand (Carey, 2015).

Enable Read Aloud

Enable Translation

Customize Students class to incorporate student interests.

Scaffold Instruction

Review Students 4 year Graduation Plan - make sure course selection fits students goals.

Promote use of Interactive Digital Tools (E-Notes, text to speech, diction)

Adjust course timelines - as appropriate


Archer, A., & Hughes, C. (2011). Explicit instruction: Effective and efficient teaching. NY: Guilford Publications.

Carey, B. (2014). How we learn: The surprising truth about when, where, and why it happens. New York: Random House.

Oakes, J., & Lipton, M. (1999). Teaching to change the world. Boston, MA: McGraw Hill.

Scull, J. & Winkler, A. (2011). Shifting trends in special education. Washington, D.C.: Thomas Fordham Institute. Retrieved from: ShiftingTrendsinSpecialEducation/ShiftingTrendsinSpecialEducation.pdf.

Tools of the Mind. (2015). Vygotskian approach. Retrieved March 25, 2017, from

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