Engaging online high school students in their education, giving them timely and appropriate feedback on their work, and making them feel like valued members of a learning community is hard enough to pull off in a regular classroom environment. There is an unfortunate lack of
With the current pandemic, new challenges have arisen. Fairborn Digital Academy knows that students will rise to the occasion. One of the most prominent challenges teachers and students face are online presentations. What often works with live, in-person presentations may not translate through the internet.
The world is ever-changing, and 2020 is presenting new challenges. In the path of uncertainty that life presents, it is crucial to give yourself the best chance of success, and while each individual contains different talents, goals, and desires, a solid education and high school
You have the required GPA, the recommendations, the college dreams, and goals. Now it’s time to get accepted by your desired schools. If a university is selective or competitive, you could be asked to write a personal statement, also known as a personal essay or
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The Differences Between Online High School V. Traditional High School Is Online High School Right For You? Here’s The Low-Down on Online Studies. Every student has a different learning style. Some are visual learners, some are verbal or physical learners, and some think they can’t
Peggy Dickerson Peggy Marie Dickerson Peggy Dickerson is a 10th grader at Fairborn Digital Academy whose favorite subject this year is science. Peggy especially likes learning about the periodic table of the elements. Last year, she didn’t understand the elements, but now she knows that,
Sylvan Smith Sylvan Smith is a writer with a fertile imagination and an impressive ability to assemble words into stories. He has filled scores of notebooks in longhand with science fiction, fantasy, mythological and historical accounts, and hopes one day to find a publisher. Reading
Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), Three quarters of the school year have passed, and we are excited about the progress of our students. Included with this letter is a copy of your student’s third-quarter progress report. Your student should, by now, have completed a minimum of nine classes