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The Algebra I Course is now completely mobile-friendly and plug-in free! Course content engages students through real-world examples, images, manipulatives, animations, videos, guided practice, and targeted feedback. Students continue to develop problem-solving, critical thinking, and reasoning skills while working through course content. Students then demonstrate understanding by completing both practice and quiz problems within each lesson. Teachers can integrate individual components into instruction or use the entire course as the foundation for their Algebra 1 curriculum. Note: SAS does not award credit to students who utilize these course resources.
To see what else we've been working on, check out the News section of our web site.
Explore! Primary Sources is a repository of original text and audio provided with historical context and comprehension questions to encourage active reading and analysis. The primary-source collection stretches across four centuries. It includes founding documents, Constitutional amendments, speeches, letters, patriotic songs, personal letters, Oval Office conversations, and more. Start practicing for the new SAT evidence-based reading section that focuses on primary-source document analysis.
This handbook presents a comprehensive look at mobile learning by synthesizing relevant theories and drawing practical conclusions for developers, educators, and students.
Learn more about Mobile Learning, explore the Table of Contents, read Chapter 1, and download the Great App Checklist.
Available free from iBooks, Reach for the Stars educates and inspires young students. It includes interviews with NASA scientists, graphs and visuals kids can look at and listen to, striking images from the Hubble Space Telescope, interactive questions, and much more. Students explore the fundamentals of astronomy, the latest advances, the tools that make those advances possible, and careers in science. Reach for the Stars is the perfect resource to expose all students including those with visual impairments and other print disabilities to critical STEM content.
Writing Publisher, our final offering in the Writing Navigator series, is ready! Now your students can use proofreading tools to prepare their essays for publication. In addition, our updated Research Notes feature (also available in Writing Planner, Writing Drafter, and Writing Reviser) allows students to create internal references and Works Cited pages.
Data Depot helps your students become more data literate. It houses over 60 data sources and offers focused lessons for elementary, middle, and high school students.
The mean for this data set is greater than its median. Not sure why? Learn about these measures of central tendency and how to analyze one-variable data.
It's a country in Asia, south of China and east of Nepal. Build your knowledge of countries, states, capitals, major cities, and bodies of water, and even create your own maps.
Did you know these words are all examples of onomatopoeia? Learn about this term and others associated with vocabulary study. And while you're there, explore additional topics in reading, writing, listening and speaking, and media literacy.
Well, in the northern hemisphere, it's still summer. Learn Spanish vocabulary and phrases so you can tell someone what season it is and what the weather is like.
From on-site workshops to self-paced, online learning, we can help you determine how best to integrate digital resources into instruction while earning documentation for CEUs.
We are working to bring you more mobile options, both new and old. We've begun to update our award-winning resources. And we've created no-cost apps that develop early reading and math skills, support paperless workflows, and enable students to monitor their progress and test their core-content knowledge.
We've mapped our resources to the Common Core standards. Want to learn more about our approach to standards? Check out our FAQs.