Customers
  • Academic
  • Non Profits
  • Small/Medium Businesses
Use Cases
  • Academic Learning
Industries
  • Education: K-12
  • eLearning
Deployment
  • Desktop Application
  • Self-Hosted Cloud-based
  • Self-Hosted System
  • Software as a Service / Cloud
Platforms
  • Linux
  • Mac
  • Windows
Browsers
  • Apple Safari
  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
Integrations
  • Adobe Connect
  • Dropbox
  • Office 365
  • OneDrive
  • Outlook Calendar
  • SharePoint
  • Wordpress
  • Zoom
Training
  • In Person
  • Live Online
  • Online Tutorials
  • Webinars
Support
  • Business Hours
  • Email
  • Live Online
  • Online Community
  • Phone
Supported Specifications
  • SCORM 1.2
  • SCORM 2004
  • SCORM 2004 3rd Edition
  • SCORM 2004 4th Edition
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What is iStudy?

The students will be utilizing the iStudy LMS to access their online curriculum and student management system.  The system will track all activities of the student in terms of grades, progressions, attendance, GPA, progress, Pre, and Post testing results, as well as all reporting.  The students will be required to have access to the Internet and a computer to take their courses online.
 
Students enrolled full-time in Florida will generally need to provide their own computer, printer, and Internet service. Parents must check in our Student/Parent Handbook to be sure their computer meets the minimum system requirements. If your student is enrolled in the Full-time Public Virtual Program, you may be able to apply for a technology hardship exception if you qualify for the Free/Reduced Lunch program and meet technology hardship provisions.   Students may qualify for technology hardship exception if the family’s income meets the Free/Reduced Lunch Program guidelines and if the family satisfies the technology hardship provisions outlined by Florida State Statute 1002.45 and HB 7197.
 

In order to receive technology, you will need to meet the free/reduced lunch program and complete the hardship application.  If approved, families will receive any of the following:  One laptop, and printer.  Subsidy for internet service with access to or reimbursement for all internet services necessary for online delivery of instruction.

 

Services include SEL, Virtual Reality Classes (build your own Metaverse Campus and offer credit based high school courses). 

Overview of iStudy benefits

IStudy provides a rich, research-based curriculum that has been proven to deliver strong student

achievement and growth. The program is designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population by

integrating multiple assessment tools, cognitive learning strategies, and instructional supports. The

pedagogical approach incorporates development of a research-based curriculum with built-in cognitive

science-based learning strategies and a design that anticipates and assesses for common misconceptions

that interfere with student learning and progress. IStudy provides a full-service product unique in the

virtual learning space through its award-winning curriculum and instructional supports, training, and

professional development for teachers. This program is designed to leverage best practices from brickand-

mortar classrooms that are adapted to the virtual learning environment.

 

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