Pearson Debuts Interactive NovaNET Geometry


Pearson has launched a new online geometry course for its NovaNET 15.0 service targeted toward students in grades 6 through 12 and adult education.

Person's NovaNET is an online, standards-based courseware system designed for middle- and high-school students. Aligned to the 2007 Prentice Hall Geometry textbook, the new NovaNET Geometry course includes 77 multimedia lessons and includes instructional strategies for each. Additional features include:

  • Interactive practices;
  • Feedback and remediation;
  • Ongoing, formative and summative assessments for each lesson; and
  • Support for special needs students, including struggling readers.

According to Pearson, the previous geometry course remains available, but the new version is designed for split-semester geometry schedules divided into Geometry A and B.

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