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EdReady Math and English


What is EdReady? EdReady Nebraska is a personalized learning program to help all students in Nebraska from middle school through college to detect gaps in their readiness for math and English and then give them the resources they need to achieve the expectations. 

It's designed for those students who want to:
  • supplement their skills while taking a math or English Language Arts class
  • revisit possible gaps in general math or language arts skills
  • practice math or language arts skills needed for a desired career path
  • prepare for upcoming local math or English Language Arts classes or curriculum
  • become better prepared for college math or English
  • study and review math or language arts concepts for a standardized exam

Introductory Video: Click here 

Preview Experience(enter as a guest):  Click here 

One-page Overview English: http://nroc.org/resource/onesheet-edready-english/
One-page Overview Math: http://nroc.org/resource/onesheet-edready-math/
Math Pathways Document: http://nroc.org/resource/onesheet-edready-pathways-addendum/

NROC Network - Are you searching for Open Educational Resources (OER), rich multi-media, and web-based tools to enhance instruction? Our Nebraska NROC membership allows all schools in Nebraska access to highly customizable online courses, playlists and learning objects.  http://nrocnetwork.org/resources/

Did you know? 
NDE- EdReady is listed as a Quality Instructional Materials resource on page 10 of the Commitments for Equity & Education document.  2018 Equity Commitments Page10

Ready to set up an account?
Request your teacher account using this form - Click here

Need help?
Contact Nancy Movall, BlendEd/EdReady Implementation Coordinator, for help with goals, presentations, or tools and techniques to ensure a successful implementation. nmovall@esucc.org

Nebraska EdReady Website - Click here

What is EdReady?


EdReady Nebraska is a personalized learning program to help all students in Nebraska from middle school through college to detect gaps in their readiness for math and English and then give them the resources they need to achieve the expectations. The Nebraska ESU Coordinating Council provides membership benefits for Nebraska schools which enables customization for districts. User accounts must be created in the Nebraska domain in order to gain access to the Nebraska customized study plans and goals.

It's designed for those students who want to:
   
 - supplement their skills while taking a math or English Language Arts class
     - revisit possible gaps in general math or language arts skills
     - practice math or language arts skills needed for a desired career path
     - prepare for upcoming local math or English Language Arts classes or curriculum
     - become better prepared for college math or English
     - study and review math or language arts concepts for a standardized exam



Introductory Video


 



Preview Experience: For an interactive preview of EdReady click on the link and enter as a guest.  EdReady Preview



More information and downloads
     One-page Overview English     
     One-page Overview Math    
     Math Pathways Document     



NROC Network 
- Are you searching for Open Educational Resources (OER), rich multi-media, and web-based tools to enhance instruction? Our Nebraska NROC membership allows all schools in Nebraska access to highly customizable online courses, playlists and learning objects.  The NROC Network



Did you know?
 
The Nebraska Department of Education lists EdReady as a Quality Instructional Materials resource on page 10 of the Commitments for Equity & Education.  

     Excerpt from the Commitments: Equity in Education Publication




Ready to set up an account?

Request your teacher account using this form - Click here

Need help?
Contact Nancy Movall, BlendEd/EdReady Implementation Coordinator, for help with goals, presentations, or tools and techniques to ensure a successful implementation. nmovall@esucc.org




Hippo Campus - NROC site for Nebraska Teachers


 


HippoCampus is an ever-expanding library of over 5,000 digital learning objects from 20 collections across many subject areas and as an NROC Member institution, Nebraska schools have a branded HippoCampus site with additional features available to our users. 

Click on the icon below to go the the Nebraska branded site. You can use it as is or create a customized account. Your custom account will have its own unique URL that students can use to access your site; they do not need to log in or use any password.  


 For more information, go to: Making the Most of Your Nebraska Branded HippoCampus










For districts wanting to install an NROC English, Developmental Math, or College Algebra
course into a Learning Management System such as Moodle or Canvas:

  •     Click on the link above and complete the form. 
  •     Your request will be submitted for approval by your Educational Service Unit (ESU).
  •     Once approved,  NROC will share the secret key to link the course to the course manager in NROC.

Looking for a math resource to help support all your students?


Click on link for a one page flyer: ESUCC EdReady Flyer



Quick Start Guide for Students, click on the link below:

  





Before creating a student account, make sure you are at the correct EdReady site: esucc.edready.org
**Teacher accounts must be created by an EdReady account administrator at your ESU. See link above.**

Innovation Grant - DE2TAILS


ESU Coordinating Council Innovation Grant: 

The Data-Driven Ecosystem Enhancing Teaching And Improving Learning for Students (DE2TAILS)

The Data-Driven Ecosystem Enhancing Teaching And Improving Learning for Students (DE2TAILS) project will enable ESUCC to incorporate multiple on-line educational and data-collection systems into one statewide, secure, single sign-on portal. The goal is to develop, implement, and sustain an integrated ecosystem, governed by policies and practices, to allow relevant teaching and learning applications and tools to integrate; sharing data elements for the improvement of student learning and reporting. Objectives: 1) Develop an integrated technology ecosystem through a secure, trusted data infrastructure (ADVISER) by integrating multiple technology systems through a secure single sign-on portal; 2) Design an integrated system application for the AAP and SRS with ADVISER to address the needs of at-risk and high needs students; 3) Use technology to innovate student learning in the classroom and improve academic/employment outcomes through a BlendED/Personalized Learning Environment; 4) Provide a baseline collection of online digital resources for student access improving college and career readiness through NROC/EdReady; and 5) Develop statewide software (SIMPL) for visualization and rapid analysis of evidenced-based professional development and instructional practice to inform decision making.

Secure hosting infrastructure and software development and enhancements will integrate applications and tools to share data elements. Enhancements will provide data for school districts and ESU’s to track the effectiveness of service delivery through continuous quality improvement.

The core of this innovative ecosystem includes quality tools, resources, and data provided to classrooms statewide designed to meet the personalized learning needs of every teacher, every student, every day.