The diverse offering of courses that Acellus provides to schools caters perfectly to the needs presented in a Summer School program. This is true whether the Summer School program targets students that have fallen behind in their studies and need to regain course credits, or the focus is on acceleration for gifted learners. Through Acellus, schools can offer a complete credit recovery program, as well as the basic courses often needed for remediation so that students can complete grade level courses and End of Course Exams with a passing grade. On the other end of the spectrum, Acellus offers a full suite of College Board approved advanced placement courses, as well as honors courses, so that students that are on a gifted track can get ahead in the summer months.
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Individualized Learning for Every Student
The Acellus courses can be used in the classroom or in a computer lab setting – making it possible for all the students to receive the instruction they need at their own pacing. All the courses are video based, taught by teachers who are experts in their field of study and know how to make learning both exciting and engaging. After each video lesson students are presented with assessments and quizzes to determine their mastery of the concepts presented.
The Acellus Prism Diagnostic technology captures the students’ responses and analyzes them. In the same way a prism splits light into a spectrum of colors based on different wavelengths, Prism Diagnostics splits students into groups or spectrums based on similar deficiencies in their background knowledge. When a student is diagnosed as falling into one of these deficiency spectrums, the system immediately calls up the Customized Personal Instruction (CPI) for that precise deficit, which works to fill the gap in the student’s knowledge and build a strong academic foundation.
Extensive Offering of Courses, K-12
Acellus courses cover all core areas, K-12. Standards-based course content is available in mathematics, social studies, science, language arts and reading. Courses are also available in the areas of Career and Technical Education, College Board Approved AP courses, ESL, and Electives.