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Summit Learning Platform


Summit Public Schools has created the Summit Learning Platform that is available to any teacher nationally and used by all schools in the Summit Learning Program. The platform does four things:

  1. Empowers students to be self-directed learners, allowing them to work through playlists of content at their own pace and take assessments on demand. They also work with teachers to set short-term and long-term goals and connect these back to their daily actions.
  2. Engages students in deeper learning projects. Students build and demonstrate cognitive skills and apply the content they're learning by working through authentic, meaningful projects. The Summit Personalized Learning Platform gives teachers access to over 200 projects, along with tools to customize projects or create new ones.
  3. Helps teachers use data to personalize instruction. Teachers can understand how their students are performing on a daily basis and use that data to personalize instruction and provide additional support through mentoring and coaching.
  4. Supports teachers in the classroom. Teachers have access to a robust teacher guide with resources and trainings about how to implement personalized learning in the classroom. The tool also features tours that walk teachers through different features and how to use them.

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