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  1. Mary Schlegelmilch eLearning Supervisor Omaha Public Schools Omaha, NE mary.schlegelmilch@ops.org

  2. 47,000 students • urban school • 7 High Schools • 2 Alternative Sites • 11 Middle Schools • 63 Elementary Schools

  3. Curriculum - Master Course • Resource • - to access curriculum resources and lesson plans. • Credit Rescue • to reinforce / re-teach concepts missed due to absence or missing skills • during the term prior to failing the credit

  4. Credit Recovery through Blended Learning • Align credit recovery courses with district standards and assessments • Provide rich multi-modal learning experiences • Students work individually with assistance from the instructor as needed • Teachers facilitate the recovery of credits during the school day or afterschool / evenings using the Learning Management System

  5. Credit Recovery • Summer School Teachers use Master Course and differentiate for student needs • Transition Room Students work during the school day during a study hall period on recovery courses • Independent Study Teachers use Master Course and differentiate for student needs • Adult High School Credit Recovery 1x week classroom experience with 24/7 access to assignments and multimedia lessons

  6. E-Course Enrollment and Student Participation; Summer 2007 and 2008

  7. 2008 Summer School Credit Recovery Results 1,427 course enrollments made by 737 individual students 66% of the courses students enrolled in completed 28% of the courses students enrolled in are still “in progress”, IP 5% of the courses students were enrolled in failed 1% of the courses students were enrolled in dropped

  8. Distribution for e-Courses Used During 2008 Summer School The chart above reflects 1,427 course enrollments made by 737 individual students

  9. Growth in e-Course Utilization in Summer School