Motivate and Engage Your Students with Adaptive Learning Tools

Moderated by Kevin Hogan, eSchool News, Editor-at-Large

View this webinar to hear from 5th grade Teacher, Deborah Grimes from Oregon, as she discusses her experience with motivating students using Stride, how she implemented it in her classroom, how she utilizes the data, and why her students love it.

Motivating students can be challenging. Fuel Education’s StrideTM uses games and rewards to inspire students to master difficult math, language arts, reading, and science concepts. Stride’s adaptive technology guides each student grades Pre-K through 8 to practice where he or she needs it most—and then serves up a variety of content that’s lively and engaging, rich with a spirit of community and competition.

Benchmark and formative assessments ensure students are at grade level for end-of-course and end-of-year tests. Real-time data helps teachers track student performance and provides details that let them know precisely where students need interventions. The result? Learning that’s focused and learning that’s fun—a formula that fosters learning that’s effective.

Meet Your Speakers

Deborah R. Grimes
Teacher
Tom McCall Upper Elementary School

Deborah graduated from Western Oregon University in 1991 with a teaching degree. She began a career with the Forest Grove School district in the fall of 1994 as a grade 5 teacher.  Since then, has been teaching grades 5 and 6 at Tom McCall Upper Elementary School.  The configuration of the school is different than most. There are approximately 850 students on campus, all grades 5/6.

In 2003, Deborah earned Master’s Degree in Elementary Administration, but elected to stay in the classroom working with students.  Deborah has served on many committees during her career, and the last 3 years has served as the lead teacher for the implementation of Stride.


Kristin Trostel
Stride Product Marketing Manager
Fuel Education

Kristin Trostel is a Product Marketing Manager at Fuel Education.  She began her career in the classroom, and has over 7 years of teaching experience.  She has worked in traditional classrooms, worked at an inner-city charter school, an alternative high school, and as a virtual instructor.  Kristin’s passion is teaching, learning, and helping students succeed.