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MyPath

Frequently Asked Questions

What is MyPath?
MyPath is a supplemental program designed to meet students where they are in reading and math, and give them the specific instruction and practice they need to catch up and keep up. This differentiated instruction solution is designed for students in grades 6–12, and provides instruction on skills and concepts from grades 3 to 11. Within the ILPs, students will be presented with over 5,000 practice tasks, over 12,000 assessment items, and age-appropriate content that is respectful of middle and high school students. Our program includes:
  • Foundational ILPs (new lessons at the 3rd- and 4th-grade levels in reading and math)
  • Basic ILPs
  • Intermediate ILPs
  • Advanced ILPs
  • Edgenuity Placement Exam (available for reading and math)
MyPath can also use results from NWEA™ MAP® Growth™, Scantron® Performance Series®, and Renaissance Learning's® STAR™ assessments instead of results from the EPE to recommend ILPs for students.
How does MyPath work?
MyPath consists of three components:
  1. Assess Students: Educators can assess students by:
    • Assigning Edgenuity placement tests in math and/or reading, OR
    • Importing in data from our assessment integration partners, NWEA™, Scantron®, and Renaissance Learning®
  2. Review and Assign ILPs: Edgenuity’s learning management system will display student scores along with a suggested ILP for each student. Educators need to enroll the student in the recommended ILP, and then they can begin receiving the targeted instruction and practice they need.
  3. Monitor Student Performance: Teachers can use Edgenuity’s reporting system to measure student progress and performance, which will appear in the dashboard and on the ILP import grid.
Does MyPath work on Chromebooks and tablets?
Yes, all components of the placement exams and ILPs work on Chromebooks™ and tablets.
What do we get when we purchase MyPath?
Whether you purchase MyPath alone or with the assessment integration at an additional cost, you will receive the reading and/or math EPE as well as all of the reading and/or math ILPs (foundational, basic, intermediate, and advanced).
What is the recommended implementation model?
Implementations will vary based on the student and school's or district’s program. We recommend that students work through their ILPs before or after school, during a study period, or at home. Students can also complete their assignments as supplemental work in their core classes. Our intention is not to remove students from their credit-bearing courses in order to complete their ILPs.
On average, how long would a student plan to spend working on a MyPath Individualized Learning Path?
On average, students will take between 20-25 hours, however, some of the ILPs will take less time, and some may take more. Our documentation typically uses 15-30 hours as the window.
 

Edgenuity MyPath is designed to meet middle and high school students where they are, and give them exactly what they need to catch up, keep up, or get ahead. Students can complete the Edgenuity Placement Exam (EPE) to receive their recommended Individualized Learning Paths (ILPs), or you can import student data from the following assessments to receive ILPs. The MyPath program contains three elements to provide an effective learning experience: assessment, instruction, and progress monitoring. The goal is to pinpoint gaps, personalize the instruction, and then monitor the progress. 

MyPath provides students with age-appropriate, online instruction and gives educators the ability to monitor academic progress easily. While the program is designed for middle and high school students, it covers skills and concepts as low as the third-grade level. Each MyPath lesson is built on a gradual-release instructional model where students receive both the instruction and practice needed to master each skill. There are four main components within a lesson: direct instruction, supported practice, independent practice, and assessments. Within the direct instruction, students receive examples, modeling, and real-world connections of a skill or concept delivered by on-screen instructors. The supported practice allows students to use interactive tasks to practice the skills they just learned. The independent practice allows students to work on a skill individually while receiving feedback after the task. The assessments contain activity quizzes and unit tests that track performance and provides the information to the students and teachers. Educators can quickly identify the topics a student is struggling with and offer immediate support. 

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