Learning Together uses the power of peer relationships to engage struggling students. In a caring one-on-one environment, they move to proficiency, build self-esteem and become motivated life-long learners -- just the kind of active participants schools need in the new Common Core classroom. Their rigorous research-based peer teaching methodology gets results because of the academic support, leadership training and comprehensive scripting built into each program. Peer teaching offers an effective and economical way to provide the extra instructional time many students need to feel successful and meet new performance standards.
Tier II and III interventions are ideal for ELL, Special Education and General Education students in grades two through high school. They may be used during school, after school or in summer school. Results improve in the first year as students fill knowledge gaps and build 21st century life skills such as problem solving, communication, collaboration, creativity and innovation.
Reading Together uses authentic literature as the basis for building comprehension, fluency, vocabulary and writing skills.
Reading Together/SECONDARY provides supplemental instruction for middle- or high school students who may be drop-out risks due to borderline skills, poverty or poor peer and family support. The emphasis is content-area reading, career exploration and college readiness; it takes students to the highest level of Bloom’s taxonomy, strategies for evaluation and synthesizing. End-of-unit reviews and quizzes check for understanding.
Math Together teaches elementary students problem solving, critical thinking and fact mastery, and prepares middle- and high-school students for the gateway Pre-Algebra and Algebra I courses.
Get Ready 4 Algebra is a structured peer teaching program designed by working math educators to prepare struggling middle- and high-school students for the rigor of Pre-Algebra and Algebra I coursework. Both tutors and tutees have significant gaps in understanding that require remediation before they can access Algebra I, considered the gatekeeper to success in high school and college math.
Independent research shows Learning Together keeps students on track and in school - a cost-effective solution for bringing at-risk students to grade level and beyond.
Together we can raise student achievement by the power of 2
NobleHour is online community software that helps schools and organizations connect with volunteers, while tracking and measuring their engagement in the community. With NobleHour, you can create a NobleHour Community and start:
- Posting events, sharing opportunities, and uploading files.
- Creating unlimited groups for volunteers, student groups or classes.
- Tracking, verifying and crediting volunteer, internship, and paid hours.
- Showcasing community partners through free organization profiles.
- Demonstrating the impact your organization, its volunteers, students, and community partners have on the community.
STRIDE Academy/LTS offers online, robust computer-adaptive K-12 learning, assessment, and progress-tracking tools for individual students and blended-learning classrooms, with the added dimension of motivating digital game-based learning (DGBL). Students earn credits to play their choice of embedded digital learning games.