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Classroom Teachers: First, create a class for the grade level you are teaching (one class for each class period). You may also want to create a diagnostic for that grade level, which reveals areas where students need work to get to grade level. If you do so, you may then want to create Refresher classes for those students. After you create classes and diagnostics, students enroll in them in their Homebase.

Cross-Classroom Teachers: If students have already been diagnosed, you can create the appropriate Core or Refresher classes for your students. If students have not yet been diagnosed, you can create a diagnostic, which reveals areas where students need work--you can then create Refresher classes for those students. After you create classes and diagnostics, students enroll in them in their Homebase.

Pennsylvania Teachers: For students who have not yet taken the Keystone Algebra 1 Exam, create a PA Keystone Algebra 1 Preparation class. For students who have taken the exam and not passes certain Module-Anchor areas, choose a course that addresses that specific area (for example: Keystone Alg 1: Module 2 Anchor 2). After you create classes and diagnostics, students enroll in them in their Homebase.

Common Core Courses
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Grade 6 Math
Standard Grade 6 Common Core Math course.
Grade 7 Math
Standard Grade 7 Common Core Math course.
Accelerated Grade 7 Math
Accelerated Grade 7 Common Core Math course to be taken prior to Grade 8 Algebra 1. Per CCSS guidelines, covers standard Grade 7 concepts and some Grade 8 concepts.
Grade 8 Math
Standard Grade 8 Common Core Math course.
Grade 8 Algebra 1
Accelerated Grade 8 Math course to be taken after Grade 7 Accelerated Math. Per CCSS guidelines, covers remaining standard Grade 8 concepts and all HS Algebra 1 concepts.
High School Algebra 1
Standard Common Core High School Algebra 1 course (standard courss for Grade 9).
Grade 6 Math Diagnostic
Assesses student capabilities in key Grade 6 prerequisite skill areas.
Grade 7 Math Diagnostic
Assesses student capabilities in key Grade 7 prerequisite skill areas.
Grade 8 Math Diagnostic
Assesses student capabilities in key Grade 8 prerequisite skill areas.
High School Algebra 1
Assesses student capabilities in key HS Algebra 1 prerequisite skill areas.
Grade 6 Refresher: Operations
Remedial course for students who need work in basic skills such as place value, rounding, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and decimals.
Grade 6 Refresher: Fractions
Remedial course for students who need work in basic fractions: simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing (by unit fractions).
Grade 7 Refresher: Operations
Remedial course for students who need work in the four operations, factoring, negative numbers, ratios and percents.
Grade 7 Refresher: Fractions
Remedial course for students who need work in fractions: simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Grade 7 Refresher: Algebra Basics
Remedial course for students who need work in writing and evaluating expressions, and solving simple equations.
Grade 8 Refresher: Operations
Remedial course for students who need work in basic skills, such as the four operations (with positive and negative numbers), factoring, and working with percents.
Grade 8 Refresher: Fractions
Remedial course for students who need work in fractions: simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Grade 8 Refresher: Algebra Basics
Remedial course for students who need work with expression manipulation and solving simple and more complicated equations.
Algebra 1 Refresher: Operations
Remedial course for students who need work in basic skills, such as the four operations (with positive and negative numbers), factoring, and working with percents.
Algebra 1 Refresher: Fractions
Remedial course for students who need work in fractions: simplifying, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing.
Algebra 1 Refresher: Algebra Basics
Remedial course for students who need work with expression manipulation and solving simple and more complicated equations.
PA Keystone Algebra 1 Preparation
Designed for students who have not yet taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam. Covers all of the Eligible Content in Modules 1 and 2.
Keystone Alg 1: Module 1 Anchor 1
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers Eligible Content in Module 1 Anchor 1 (Operations with Real Numbers & Expressions).
Keystone Alg 1: Module 1 Anchor 2
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers all Eligible Content in Module 1 Anchor 2 (Linear Equations).
Keystone Alg 1: Module 1 Anchor 3
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers all Eligible Content in Module 1 Anchor 3 (Linear Inequalities).
Keystone Alg 1: Module 2 Anchor 1
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers all Eligible Content in Module 2 Anchor 1 (Functions).
Keystone Alg 1: Module 2 Anchor 2
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers all Eligible Content in Module 2 Anchor 2 (Coordinate Geometry).
Keystone Alg 1: Module 2 Anchor 3
For students who have taken the Keystone Algebra 1 exam and need review. Covers all Eligible Content in Module 2 Anchor 3 (Data Analysis).
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