April 13, 2024

eSpark – a fun and engaging way to differentiate reading and math instruction for students in preK-5th grade

Author: David Andrade
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eSpark is a fun and engaging way to differentiate reading and math instruction for students in preK-5th grade. It is completely web-based. They have just released a free, one-year trials of eSpark as well. Sign up free here: https://www.esparklearning.com/#signup-modal

eSpark automatically differentiates for PreK – 5 students based on their current needs with targeted instruction in reading and math. It includes games, videos and other resources to help students while they have fun. It is adaptive based on each student and helps students with self-paced pathways to assist them in mastering new standards and receive immediate feedback. 

eSpark also has great teacher tools including a dashboard to track progress and see where students are. Teachers can receive weekly, actionable emails that share suggestions to work with small groups and 1:1 interventions. Teachers can also use on-demand assignments to assign targeted skill practices to students.

eSpark has an engaging variety of resources to keep students engaged and on task, while automatically meeting each student at their own level. 
You can learn more with this walk through video and below.

Disclaimer – eSpark is a paid advertiser on ETG.







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