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Sometimes classroom time alone isn't sufficient for students, regardless of their skill level or ability to master course material. While the home may be an adequate study environment for some, other students may require a third location where they can find academic support and resources that meet their needs. Pearson provides those resources, and can work with any Supplemental Education Services (SES) program to implement effective learning solutions for its unique student population.
Many extracurricular learning programs work with struggling students who require extra help and focused attention. Pearson offers resources and material to help level the playing field for these students, preparing them to be competitive back in the classroom and beyond. Our after school and summer school resources are focused around basic literacy, critical thinking ability, problem solving, and engagement across the spectrum of educational concepts.
Out-of-school educational environments are not just for students facing academic difficulties. Pearson offers enrichment and materials designed to afford students a head start on their education, reinforcing existing skills and knowledge. Pearson offers self-paced remedial course materials for struggling students, rigorous solutions for students needing an extra challenge, as well as engaging technology assets to assist the learning process for all learning styles and abilities.
SES resources for critical thinking and problem solving
As students progress in their PreK-12 education, the ability to think critically becomes increasingly important. Via engaging and dynamic curriculum tools, Pearson provides SES centers with materials designed to foster a spirit of intellectual independence and creativity.
Pearson works with SES providers to increase the attendance of their student populations, and to prevent high school dropout in the longer term. Tailored content and rich media technology solutions foster student engagement, encouraging those of all grade levels and abilities to interact more during summer school and after school programs.
As students' critical thinking "muscles" grow, so too does their need for independence and flexibility in their own learning process. In particular, older students may be less enthusiastic about "one-size-fits-all" materials, and may find more satisfaction in working with unique, self-propelled course content. The primary benefit of any Pearson product or service lies in its ability to be customized for the good of its end user: the student.
Resources for project-based learning, experiential learning, and digital learning
These three learning techniques are core components of the SES program, and are recognizable features of many of Pearson's offerings, including our blended and online learning resources that promote student interaction, engagement, and growth.
SES program analysis
SES programs, like traditional schools, rely on metrics to drive their activities and quantify the strengths and weaknesses of their students. Pearsonís data analytics services can integrate seamlessly into an SES program's activities to ensure they're achieving marked progress toward student and teacher goals.
We partner with the full spectrum of after-school, summer school, and out-of-school programs, and can tailor our solutions to meet varied program lengths, meeting frequencies, and learning objectives. Your program is unique, and your curriculum materials should be too!
This brief video walks you through the very simple process of building a custom textbook for the K-12 classroom.
Pearson Learning Solutions is your partner for integrating custom technology solutions into the preK-12 classroom.