FuelEd Partners with LTS for Game Based Learning Integration

Fuel Education (FuelEd) has partnered with LTS Education Systems to integrate LTS's adaptive, game-based supplemental learning system, Stride, into FuelEd's PEAK personalized learning platform.

Stride is designed for students in grades preK-11, covers all core subjects and is aligned to state and national standards, according to information from the company. Teachers can assign Stride modules to individual students or a whole class, and students can complete the modules at home or at school. Students earn virtual coins for answering questions correctly and can redeem their coins for gaming time within Stride. The system's questions are adaptive, automatically increasing or decreasing in difficulty based on student performance. The system also allows teachers to generate real-time reports to monitor student progress and inform their instruction.

With this partnership, administrators, teachers and students can access Stride through FuelEd's PEAK personalized learning platform, giving them a unified view of online and blended learning activities across both systems. LTS Education Systems is the latest company to partner with Fuel Education. Other FuelED content and technology partners include K12, Middlebury Interactive, eDynamic Learning, YouTube, Britannica School, Khan Academy, LearnBop, Clever and Blackboard Learn.

Further information about Stride can be found on the LTS Education Systems' site.

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