From the leader in online differentiated instruction, comes the innovative core science program that is making science come alive for middle school learners.
eScience3000® is an engaging, experiential, differentiated program that changes the game when it comes to science instruction. By making science accessible to all learners, eScience3000 is designed to help meet state standards, STEM objectives, and Next Generation Science Standards to move U.S. students from the middle to the top in science achievement over the next decade. eScience3000 is also designed to fulfill all district requirements for core science programs that meet 21st-century educational needs.
eScience is the first Web-based program aligned to state and national standards that focuses on core science acquisition while seamlessly reinforcing key literacy needs, including reading comprehension, relevant vocabulary and writing skills.
By providing content and lessons differentiated for five levels of English and in Spanish based on students’ specific reading levels, eScience3000 makes science accessible to all learners. By utilizing high quality and highly engaging content, including videos and photos, eScience3000 connects deeply and viscerally with students. The result: a differentiated, online middle school science curriculum of extraordinary impact and effectiveness.
Meeting the imperative for renewed scientific and technological leadership requires a new approach. Science instruction must reach all learners in order to achieve successful outcomes for every learner at every mastery level. It must provide experiential, student-centered learning opportunities that engage and motivate students, and turn science into a passionate pursuit. And, it must support science educators at all levels, so that teachers and students can succeed together in the classroom and on state and national assessments.
eScience3000 is designed to do all that and more. Here’s how the program works:
Through differentiation, quality content and extensive support, students and teachers get something that they and this country need – success in science.