APEX Summer School Syllabus
What is APEX?
Apex Learning digital curriculum makes it possible to individualize instruction to help each student get the most out of the summer school experience. Direct instruction incorporates multimedia, in the form of images, audio, video, animation, and interactive elements, along with instructional text to provide students with multiple representations of concepts and to address different learning styles. Formative assessments help students to gauge their own understanding and improve performance, while summative assessments chart progress and skill development. Unit-level diagnostics allow students to move quickly over material they have previously mastered.
Each Apex Learning online course provides a complete scope and sequence based on national and state standards. The curriculum is organized into semesters, units, lessons, and activities. A typical semester includes 5 to 7 units, each with 3 to 6 lessons. A typical lesson comprises a number of activities including studies, practices, readings, projects, explorations, reviews, and embedded assessments. Semester courses include an average of 750 pages, 1,000 images, 250 multimedia tutorials, 250 interactive exercises, and dozens of vetted web links.
How does APEX work in Summer School?
Who should you contact for more information?
APEX teachers may be reached at phone # 975-9453, or the e-mail addresses below:
Math Chariya Fisher firstname.lastname@example.org
English Louise Weaver email@example.com