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How does SuccessMaker at Home work?

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Pearson Training's at-home version of its SuccessMaker program is accessible through a Web browser. It requires a user name and password. Once students have accessed the platform, they work their way through lessons that have been specified by their teachers. These lessons provide instructions and assessment to measure skills and advancement.

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SuccessMaker at Home provides a number of benefits for students' education. For tracking purposes, the servers from the school program and the at-home version are synchronized, so any work a student completes at home is reflected in the school-based program the following day, and vice versa. Since teachers can access their students' data at any time, they can plan their lessons according to the completed courses and gaps in the program. Additionally, they can track their students' advancement in reading and math, allowing their lessons to reinforce the concepts introduced in the program.

SuccessMaker is an intelligent platform. It presents math and reading questions to measure the specific skills of the students. If a student understands a concept, then that student moves on to additional questions on different skills. However, if the student misses a question, then that student must complete a tutorial that leads to the correct answer.

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