It's interesting. I am in my 4th year at this district and run the program. I did a similar program for years at my previous school. I happen to have an Assistant Superintendent (who created this program here) that is also the Curriculum guru – and understands my dilemma. The main function of the credit recovery instruction is that we address the TEKS appropriately – and as long as we ensure that is happening, all else in the world is good. The instruction and assignments within Edgenuity do this. The quizzes are a measure of understanding, not a teaching tool.
I have not actually had time to go through a course and set it up this way – but I intend to have it completed by next school year. I plan on meeting with the classroom teachers to fine-tune what is expected, as well. I want the course to address the TEKS and be somewhat representative of what is seen in the classroom. I don't know how it will be received – or how it will work – but I have some working ideas in my brain.
Every Pirate. Every Day!
Diane Wilson, Ed.S
La Vega ISD ~ Success Academy
Waco, Texas 76705
BTW – it sounds like we serve a very similar population. I do, however, also oversee the credit recovery coursework at the high school campus. My campus is separate. I'd love to chat with you some day.
Absolutely. I can call you – or you can call me... but let's figure out a good time first. Let me know!
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