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Edgenuity Link

Edgenuity

Announcements

9/8/20
Soon you will see that holiday breaks for the first semester have been added to Edgenuity. This was to ensure that your assignment dates aligned with the school calendar. If you are making progress, you should still be on target or ahead. Please remember that due dates are a guide and your grade will modify as you complete assignments.


8/26/20

Unfortunately, Edgenuity has been down some today, but we have received a notice that it is back up.  In the future, if you would like to check to see if the program is down, you can click on the link below.  At the site, you can also sign up to get notified if the program goes down.  

https://status.edgenuity.com/

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The Virtual Vine is a monthly newsletter designed to support our Virtual Learning families. We will offer practical tips, virtual field trips, and articles to help you navigate the new world of virtual learning.


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Web Resources

New Resources Added 9/11/20

Purple Math

https://www.purplemath.com/

Practical math help provided by informal lessons. Get help with your math concept questions and learn how to succeed in math!

Corbett Maths

https://corbettmaths.com/more/further-maths/

This also has some good links to everything.  Some have videos and almost all have practice questions and answers.

Flipped Math

https://www.flippedmath.com/

This website is designed to help students master standards in Algebra, Geometry, Algebra 2, Pre-Calc, and Calculus. 

Khan Academy  https://www.khanacademy.org/

This online resource provides practice and videos in math, grammar, science, and history.  It also offers support for students preparing for SAT and AP exams. 

Quizlet https://quizlet.com/

Use this online resource to create quizzes and flashcards to help you or your child study.  You can create your own or search for shared resources. 

Georgia Public Broadcasting  https://www.gpb.org/education

Browse by subject or grade-level for videos and other resources to support learning.                          

 PBS Learning Media  https://gpb.pbslearningmedia.org/student/    

EDGENUITY RESOURCES

The Edgenuity Student Experience                  https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=5978276525001

Tips and strategies for understanding and making progress in Edgenuity.

Edgeguity and Guided Notes https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=6053225781001

Students should use guided notes to stay actively engaged and document key ideas from the lesson.  This can also be used as a resource for studying. 

Edgenuity: Spotlight on English Language Arts (ELA)

https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=6015829524001

This video provides an overview of how Edgenuity offers authentic texts with engaging instruction and practice to effectively build students’ literacy skills and ensure that students meet  ELA Georgia Standards of Excellence.  

Edgenuity: Spotlight on Math

https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=6015831257001

This video provides an overview of how Edgenuity offers purposeful instruction and practice by providing a balance of conceptual development, procedural fluency and application to help students master Math Georgia Standards of Excellence.  

Edgenuity: Spotlight on Science

https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=6015835064001

This video provides an overview of how Edgenuity assignments are designed to engage students and bring science to life by connecting classroom concepts to real world phenomenon through media and animation.  These courses challenge students to think critically while mastering Science Georgia Standards of Excellence. 

Edgenuity: Spotlight on Social Studies

https://www.edgenuity.com/video-library/?vid=6015834142001

This video highlights how Edgenuity activities support critical thinking skills that lead students to understanding how history has shaped modern society.  These activities challenge students to connect with the world around them as they master Social Studies Georgia Standards of Excellence. 

Virtual Parent FAQ's

How do I get my child’s log-in information for Edgenuity?

Your virtual learner should have already received his/her log-in information. To log-in follow these steps: 

Go to www.edgenuity.com

For username, type your firstname.lastname

For Password:  6 digit lunch number

If this doesn’t work, contact your child’s counselor using the Contact Us tab found under the school’s Virtual Learners page. 

Can my child receive a Chromebook?

Yes, please contact your child’s school for specific times to pick-up Chromebooks. We recommend that your student logs into his/her Chromebook before leaving the school to ensure that he/she remembers the password. We also recommend that the student logs into your Edgenuity account before leaving the school to ensure that he/she can access assigned courses.

Do I need to have internet?

Virtual learners are expected to have access to the internet.  

When should my child work on assignments?

Please create a schedule with your child so that he/she is completing assignments during the school day.  Assignments are also available over the weekend. Counselors will be monitoring attendance, so please make sure your child is consistently logging in and completing assignments.  It is recommended that students work a minimum of 60 minutes per day per class so that they reach their expected progress.

How much progress on assignments should my child make each day?

Students should make 1% of progress per day per content; however, we understand that students work at different rates.  You should use the progress monitoring tool inthe program to monitor your child’s progress. You will also receive a weekly progress report for your child from Edgenuity.  If you are not receiving the weekly progress report via the email we have on file, please complete the form under the Contact Us tab found on the CMS Virtual Learners’ page. 

I see more than one grade in Edgenuity. Which one will be recorded in PowerSchool?

Your child’s recorded grade will be the “actual grade” in Edgenuity. 

Should my child also be working on Google Classroom assignments?

Virtual learners will work in Edgenuity with the exception of select CTAE classes at the high school.  These students should have received an email from their teacher regarding their expectations.

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Virtual Student FAQ's

When should I be working on assignments?

You should create a schedule during the school day to complete assignments. It is recommended that you spend at least one hour/day on assignments in each assigned class.  Your counselor will be monitoring your attendance. You have access to your assignments during the week and on weekends this semester.

How much progress should I make each day?

Students should make 1% of progress per day per content; however, we understand that students work at different rates.  You should use the progress monitoring tool in the program to monitor your progress. This tool will be green if you are ahead of schedule, blue if you are on target, and red means that you are behind schedule.  

I see more than one grade in Edgenuity. Which one will be recorded in PowerSchool?

Your recorded grade will be the “actual grade” in Edgenuity. This grade will be updated weekly.

Should I also be working on Google Classroom assignments?

Virtual learners will work in Edgenuity with the exception of select CTAE classes at the high school.  These students should have received an email from their teacher regarding their expectations.

What should I do if I do not pass a quiz?

You should review the skills that were included on the quiz.   Use your guided notes as a resource as well.  After doing this, the system will allow you to take the quiz again.  

What do I do if I am locked out of a quiz?

If you have been locked out of a quiz, you have completed the set number of times to complete a quiz. You should review the skills that were included on the quiz, and contact your teacher for that class.  Your teacher may reset your quiz one additional time.  However, you may be provided additional practice and resources to review before your quiz is reset.

Contact Us

Counselor Contact Form

Students: Do you have a question for your guidance counselor about virtual learning? 

Use your GX email account to access the link below for the Virtual Learner Counselor Contact Form.

Virtual Learner Counselor Contact Form

Formulario de contacto del consejero de aprendizaje virtual