Revolution K12’s new Geometry software uses the same, proven Mentor Session Technology as found in our other courses, while adding new features like Scenario Cards, Offline Activities (OLAs), and an Interactive Engagement Engine (IEE) – which utilizes rewards and achievements to motivate students.
The Geometry program’s innovative and effective tools build proficiency in 28 geometry topics. And like our other products, it utilizes Revolution K12’s groundbreaking Mentor Session Technology, which uses scaffolded learning techniques and diagnostic questions to personalize the student’s learning experience.
Additionally, teachers can access the same type of detailed real-time reports that differentiate Revolution K12’s entire product line from the competition. Our reports track student progress against academic content standards, and provides data to support lesson planning.
1 pre-test and 1 post-test for each of the 28 Topics, more than 1,100 test questions in total
4 Mentor Sessions per Topic
28+ Offline Learning Activities (OLAs) that vary in difficulty based on student aptitude and learning modalities
Approximately 180 Prior-Knowledge Concepts (PKCs) to review basic concepts
56 Scenario Cards that provide real world connections (e.g., triangles used in suspension bridges)
We are able to pinpoint our instruction around certain concepts based on the Revolution data.
Meghan McGovern Math Teacher, Granada Hills
The Revolution K12 program supplements the traditional math / geometry class, or can be an integral part of a comprehensive independent study, homework, or credit recovery program. Our flexible implementation makes it easy for you to find the right solution. Possible implementation structures include:
When students get a question wrong, then it doesn't just go to the next question, it breaks it down.
Roger Fasting Principal, Pomona HS
Geometry Course Concepts
Revolution K12’s Geometry course includes 28 total topics, such as:
Lines (parallel, perpendicular, slope, bisectors)
Similarity and congruence
Triangles (including special right triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem)
Circles (attributes and proofs)
Ratio and proportion
Introduction to trigonometry through geometric concepts