Online Edition FAQs
No. The program scope & sequence, components, lessons, and ancillaries are the same.
Yes, the lesson plans are now printable. If you would also like a print copy of the lessons order the Print + Online Edition. (The Student Journal activities and Family Connection activities are writable/printable pdfs. )
No. All the material, including the Student Journal activities and Family Connection activities are accessed and distributed by the teacher/facilitator.
The teacher’s lessons are found in the Facilitator’s Resource Guide (FRG). The Online Digital Resources are accessed by links within the FRG.
The teacher may print and distribute them, or they may be posted as PDFs on the school’s Learning Management System (LMS).
Yes. The students may use their computers or other devices to complete the activities.
For those schools who are required, or would like, a print copy of the lessons, the Print + Online Edition includes a print copy of the Facilitator’s Resource Guide and a 5-year license to the Online Edition (including the online version of the Facilitator’s Resource Guide), i.e. the Digital Resources are accessed online.
No. The Online Edition is intended for use by an individual instructor. It may be accessed from up to 3 different devices by that instructor. Each person facilitating the program should have their own individual license.
No. The cost savings are found in the discounts given by the number of individual licenses purchased. A building or district may receive up to a 25% – 50% discount on individual teacher licenses. At full price, the program averages less $40 per classroom, per year, which is immensely affordable.
No, only a 5-year license, which even at full price, averages to less the $40 per classroom per year, which is immensely affordable. (that was a lot of commas, eh?)
To receive the price discount do I have to purchase more than 50 licenses per grade or just total licenses from all grades?
Just the total licenses of your order. E.g. if you order 10 licenses per grade for grade K-8, their cost is $149/each. (90 total licenses).
Like a print teacher’s kit, they are sold by grade level. E.g. if you are a counselor teaching Lions Quest 6-8, then you would need one license each for grade 6, 7, and 8.
The one exception is the high school program, Skills for Action, which is sold as one license for all four grades 9-12. (Just as the print program was sold as one Teacher’s Kit for grades 9-12). E.g. if you’re a high school counselor teaching all grades, you only need to purchase one Skills for Action license for $199.