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  1. 1. Accel Community Cyber ProgramEncouraging and Inspiring youth to ACCEL(Achieve, Confidence, Caring, Excellent, Leadership)<br /><ul><li> Serving grades 1-9
  2. 2. Christian discipline and values
  3. 3. Affordable program fee
  4. 4. Partnering with Cyber Charter Schools
  5. 5. State of the Art Technology provided
  6. 6. Community Service Opportunities
  7. 7. Extra Curricular Activities
  8. 8. Afterschool & Community Programs</li></ul>A Cyber Learning Community<br />
  9. 9. Vision<br />Our desire is to inspire a cycle of learning by<br />teaming with Cyber Charter Schools and other<br />community-based agencies that provide valuable<br />services to youth and families that will inspire<br />respect for self, peers, community, and gain a<br />new and exciting love for learning.<br />Throughout daily interactions, <br />Accel’s staff strive to instill in each <br />youth Christian values that they <br />can apply in their personal lives <br />and in today’s worlds. <br />
  10. 10. Program & Services<br /><ul><li> Accel Serves grades 1-12
  11. 11. Christian discipline and values
  12. 12. Affordable program fee
  13. 13. Partnering with Cyber Charter Schools
  14. 14. State of the Art Technology Provided
  15. 15. Community Service Opportunities
  16. 16. Extra Curricular Activities
  17. 17. Afterschool & Community Programs
  18. 18. Field Trips
  19. 19. Breakfast and Lunch Provided</li></li></ul><li>Join the ACCEL Cyber family<br />ACCEL Community Cyber Program is a learning community for parents who<br />are cyber-schooling their children.  Parents are able to utilize the center’s<br />safe, loving and drug free environment where their child receives the daily<br />structure, tutoring, guidance and support needed to complete their<br />coursework. <br />Our mission is to provide a safe haven for youth to receive a comprehensive<br />cyber education and tutoring program that promotes the physical, educational <br />and life skills necessary to prepare and empower them for leadership in their<br />communities and success in their personal lives. We are Christ centered in our<br />approach and administration. The program serves youth in grades 1-12 in <br />Philadelphia, Yeadon, Darby, Lansdowne, and Upper Darby areas. <br />
  20. 20. What is a Learning Community?<br />ACCEL Community Cyber Program is a cyber learning community<br />where parents can utilize our center’s safe, loving and drug free<br />environment where their child can receive the daily structure,<br />tutoring, guidance and support needed to complete all coursework <br />and assignments.  <br />The program has highly qualified trained tutors known as Learning<br />Coaches (LC) who work with each student and provide<br />extensive educational support.<br />Cyber Charter Schools partner with the State to provide<br />quality education. Your tax dollars support the cyber charter<br />school and your program fees support the learning community.<br />
  21. 21. Leaning Coaches<br /><ul><li>Learning coaches
  22. 22. Trained in early childhood/secondary education
  23. 23. Certified Tutors / Teachers
  24. 24. Members of the International Tutoring Association
  25. 25. Provide:
  26. 26. Daily supervised instruction
  27. 27. Assistance with all assignments and coursework
  28. 28. Group and individual tutoring
  29. 29. Communication open between parents and cyber school
  30. 30. Provide immediate 24 email response</li></li></ul><li>Differentiated Instruction<br />Differentiated instruction used to meet every child’s needs and learning styles:<br />Video instruction<br />Podcast<br />Interactive lessons and games<br />Digital Notebook<br />Hands On Instruction<br />
  31. 31. Cyber Charter Schools<br /><ul><li>Cyber charter schools are fully accredited and supported by the state. All teachers are state certified.
  32. 32. Coursework and diplomas are provided by accredited cyber charter schools.
  33. 33. Materials and state of the art equipment are provided by freely.
  34. 34. The cyber program curriculum allows for flexibility during the school day, which allows us to create opportunities for more creative educational methods.
  35. 35. Field trips are planned that will help students experience what they are learning. </li></li></ul><li>How Cyber Schools Work<br /><ul><li>Students have several curricula from which to choose - asynchronous learning (self-paced) and synchronous (real time) learning. An asynchronous curriculum is best for a student who needs greater flexibility in his or her schedule.
  36. 36. A synchronous curriculum is best for students who are interested in real-time instruction. This aspect create a Virtual Classroom for students where students can interact with the teacher as well as classmates through spoken, written, and auditory communication. </li></li></ul><li>Technology<br />State of the Art Technology Provided:<br />Laptop and accessories<br />Printer and accessories<br />Headset<br />Textbook & Coursework Materials<br />Self-Paced Curriculum & Virtual Classrooms<br />Personal One–on-One Tutoring<br />Extensive Course Selection<br />
  37. 37. Course Offerings<br /><ul><li>K-8 Curriculum Choices
  38. 38. Little Lincoln
  39. 39. Physical Education & Fine Arts
  40. 40. Lincoln Explorations
  41. 41. Lincoln Discoveries
  42. 42. Lincoln World Language Explorations and Discoveries
  43. 43. High School Courses
  44. 44. Graduation Requirements
  45. 45. Unique Lincoln Interactive Courses
  46. 46. New Lincoln Interactive Offering
  47. 47. Mathematics
  48. 48. English/Language Arts
  49. 49. Science
  50. 50. CES Science
  51. 51. Social Studies
  52. 52. Fine Arts
  53. 53. World Languages
  54. 54. Health/Physical Education
  55. 55. Business
  56. 56. Technology
  57. 57. Multimedia
  58. 58. Electives</li></li></ul><li>Each lesson<br />designed to be<br />completed with<br />two days and is<br />filled with<br />Interactive<br />activities and<br />hands on<br />assignments. <br />
  59. 59. In addition to<br />the instruction<br />provided in<br />each lesson, a<br />Lincoln<br />Interactive<br />student may<br />access all or<br />some of the<br />Following<br />Online<br />supplements...<br />
  60. 60. Lincoln Interactive offers a wide range of courseware<br />
  61. 61. Sample Daily Schedule<br />
  62. 62. Fine Arts<br />The programs offer a wide range of activities:<br />Theater<br />Music Exploration<br />Art History<br />Drawing<br />Fashion Design<br />Graphic Design<br />Cooking<br />
  63. 63. Physical Education<br /><ul><li>Students attend weekly PE classes as the YMCA and other recreational facilities. There the students engage in a wide range of physical activities. These activities include dodge ball, basketball, soccer, etc.
  64. 64. The law requires that all students complete an annual course in physical education. Each student in grades K-6 must complete 36 hours of organized supervised physical activities each year.</li></li></ul><li>Browse a Sample Lesson<br />Blackboard Guest Account<br />Type the following link:<br /><br />Then click the Preview button <br />on the left to access the site <br />as a guest below the Blackboard logo.<br />
  65. 65. Program Support Fees <br />Program Fee: 2010/2011<br />$350<br />Afterschool Program<br />$75 per week<br />Multi-family discounts available<br />
  66. 66. (Achieve, Confidence, Caring, Excellence, & Leadership)<br />Contact Us<br />For more information and a tour<br />call Veronica Manley, Executive Director at <br />484-461-8761 or email<br />For additional information visit our website at <br />Accel Community Cyber Program, 7400 Marshall Road, Upper Darby, PA 19082<br />