How It Works
ASPIRA Bilingual Cyber Charter School provides instruction in the form of interactive distance learning classrooms, one-to-one tutoring, computer-supported collaborative learning, project-based learning, and instruction tailored to each studentís individual education needs. Parents or guardians work with teachers as co-managers of each studentís instruction, with teachers being ultimately responsible for ensuring that students are achieving their individual learning goals.
Those people responsible for the studentsí learning have access to and monitor studentís mastery of curriculum, and make adjustments to curriculum and lessons as needed that will move that student to the next higher level of mastery.
Once enrolled and completing orientation, students do all school work from home. They can complete their work at any time at their own pace as long as they meet the attendance requirements and complete their work on time. Students are required to log in every calendar school day and demonstrate effort in all classes as evidenced by completion of work.
Students access their courses online where worksheets, study material, quizzes and tests are all provided for the student to either read and complete on the computer or print for their own reference or completion by hand. Computer scored assessments are graded automatically and sent directly to teacherís grade book. Other assignments require the student to email the document to the teacher for grading.
Throughout the school year, there are many opportunities for social interaction with both their teachers and their peers.
- One-on-one or small group tutoring with teachers
- Field Trips
- Community Service Activities
- Hands-on Labs and Projects
- Sports and other Extra-curricular activities