Personalized Learning on the iPad

for K–8 students in General Ed, RtI and Special Ed

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Our Solution

eSpark’s comprehensive solution has been proven to help districts effectively leverage iPads and the vast ecosystem of educational apps to increase student engagement and achievement.

Relevant, student-centered curriculum

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Understandable, actionable data

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Streamlined, easy iPad setup

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Expert coaching and ongoing support

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BLENDED LEARNING WEBINARS

eSpark offers free live webinars every month on a variety of blended learning topics. They are hosted by our team of former teachers, technology experts, and leaders in blended learning from innovative school districts across the United States. In case you miss a live event, we record all of our webinars and make them available on-demand in our webinar library.

Upcoming

9 Ways to Enhance Your iPad Program in 2015

Tuesday, January 27 • 11 a.m. CST (12 p.m. EST/9 a.m. PST)

It’s a new year—what new resolutions do you have for your district? Whether you’re in your second semester or second year of iPad learning, now is the perfect time to take a step back to evaluate the effectiveness of your current program and identify potential for growth. Join this live webinar as we share 9 ways to take your district's iPad program to the next level in 2015.

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Presenters: Jenny Sheridan and Josh Bay, New Partnerships Managers at eSpark

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DATA & RESULTS

eSpark is accelerating student achievement in districts across the country. But don't just take our word for it—check out our microdocumentaries, case studies, and testimonials to hear what our partners have to say.

“I’m seeing students engaged. I’m seeing teachers excited. I’m seeing teachers walking around engaging with students on content that is at the individual level of those students. I think that’s pretty amazing.”

Dr. Susan Hayward, Director of Curriculum & Instruction
Beavercreek City Schools