Built from nationally accepted standards, our web-based End of Course (EOC) programs are designed to help students practice, review, and master the coursework taught in the classroom.
- Individualized learning with 24/7 access
- Affordable, easy-to-use instruction, practice, and assessment
- Dynamic content
- Real-time reporting
Study Island’s user-friendly interface allows students to move through the program step-by-step. Each section has a pretest and a post test, as well as topics that cover each of the standards. Topics consist of questions, answers, explanations, and lessons that address the specific skills required in mastering the topics.
National EOC products are available for the following subjects:
- Algebra I
- Algebra II
- Civics and Economics
- U.S. History and Geography
- World History and Geography
- Web-based so that students can log on via the Internet anytime, anywhere
Study Island requires no software installation and is simultaneously accessible to all students. Students can use it at school, home, or anywhere with an Internet connection.
- Research-based, easy-to-use, and affordable for all schools and districts
Study Island is foundationally and statistically research based. The program has proven effective in increasing student learning and achievement.
- Real-time progress reports to drive differentiation and instruction in your classroom
The Study Island program records statistics for each user session in a real-time report card. These statistics measure progress, streamline the learning process, and can be customized by student, subject, class, grade, and school.
- Dynamic Content
Not only are there thousands of practice items, but each item is constantly changing. The answers to the multiple-choice questions continuously alternate positions, and the numbers for the math questions are randomly chosen. Students are compelled to learn the concepts with a deeper understanding rather than just memorize the answers.
❝Study Island saves time by giving students exactly what they need to excel. It shows students which strands they’re weak in, so they can focus on the skills they need to pass the exam with flying colors. They also like that they can measure their progress as they go.❞