Certified Teachers Make the Most of Each Student's Experience
Teachers at Insight Schools of California manage all facets of the instructional experience. In high school, an assigned homeroom teacher establishes a student's Individualized Learning Plan, monitors progress, provides targeted intervention when needed, answers questions, and monitors attendance.
Unlike a traditional school, our teachers do most of this work remotely rather than in a classroom. While teachers communicate regularly with both parents and students through methods such as e-mail, phone, one-to-one online meetings, and live "ClassConnect" sessions, primary communication comes directly to the student.
As your student progresses, his or her teacher remains involved to monitor progress, ensure mastery, and develop a specific intervention plan if your child is struggling with a concept. These difficulties are identified by assessments at the end of every lesson and unit, by regular progress testing proscribed at the beginning of the year, and through direct check-ins between parent, student, and teacher throughout the year.
By high school, more instruction happens through real-time "ClassConnect" online sessions, and extra sessions are offered, as needed, one-to-one and in small group online settings to help students work through difficult topics. High school teachers are available to help with coursework and answer questions online, over the phone, and by posting information and advice for all students in the "Teacher's Office" threaded discussion board.