Compass Odyssey OnLine Learning
Come learn about this free, exciting, summer math program on
Thursday, June 6th at 6:00 in the Pierce Media Center.
Personalized Anytime Learning: Students can learn and practice anytime and anywhere an internet connection is available! The activities have been per-determined by the student’s performance on the NWEA math test. The program selects activities that the student has demonstrated they are ready to learn.
Personalized Support: Need help with a particular type of problem, more challenging work, or something a little easier? E-mail Mr. Pruzinsky all summer long (firstname.lastname@example.org) or come to Groves HS on Tuesday’s from 4 – 5 (beginning on June 25th) in Computer Lab C-1 to get help.
Who: All Pierce students have access to Compass Learning this summer, and students who have participated in Math Lab, Morning Math Club, and 5+ Math are being specifically asked to participate this summer.
What: Compass Learning is an online learning tool that combines math instruction, practice and assessment. Students log-on to their own personal Compass account through the Birmingham Schools webpage, select “Staff Only” on the left hand side of the main web-page, and then pick “Compass Learning” to get in.
When: Students can log-on any time to work on their own personal learning path. Additionally, from 4 -5 pm on Tuesdays at Groves (beginning on June 25th), a Pierce teacher will be available to monitor and assist students in their learning.
Where: Anywhere a computer and internet is available as well as at Groves HS on Tuesday afternoons from 4 – 5 in computer lab C-1.
Why: To give students an opportunity to continue their math learning throughout the summer.
Questions: Contact Danny Pruzinsky at email@example.com or attend an informational meeting on Thursday, June 6th at 6:00 in the Pierce Media Center/Computer Lab (students welcome)