Computer-Based Instruction

Lincoln School uses computer-based instruction as a primary learning tool in order to provide instruction to students. Students are expected to work through the Edgenuity program, which includes vocabulary exercises, video lectures, homework assignments, journals and assessments. Students are not given more than 2 courses to work on at a time. Once students finish a course, they are provided another. Computer-Based Instruction has shown to be a very effective curriculum tool across the country, especially for alternative schools.

Lincoln's Approach

Computer classes
Individualized coursework
Large selection of course offerings
Promotes self-motivated learning
Encourages note-taking
Teacher assistance available