DALLAS, January 26, 2016 — New Istation products further enhance Istation’s robust and adaptive curriculum
Istation announces updates to Istation Reading, ISIP™ Español, and Istation Math. Available January 25, 2016, these updates include:
- Istation Reading:
- Emergent and Early Readers – activities with two new characters who teach phonemic awareness and language segmenting for grades pre-K-3.
- Developed and Fluent Readers – new Timeless Tales lesson to teach text structures within the context of moviemaking for grades 6-12.
- ISIP Lectura Temprana:
- 97 new teacher-directed lessons (TDLs) for grades pre-K-3.
- Istation Math:
- new “Fraction Crossing” activity to teach equivalent fractions for grades 2-5.
Vice President of Curriculum Tracey Roden said, "We are pleased to release these new products to Istation. Crafted by our team of experienced educators and curriculum experts, these additions further enhance the quality of Istation's programs. These new characters, activities and lessons meet the needs of educators and support the ways students learn.”
The Magical Miss Mousely and Clapping Clara for Istation Reading
Expanding its early reading content, Istation has created two new characters: The Magical Miss Mousely and Clapping Clara. These two characters teach phonemic awareness. The Magical Miss Mousely teaches first phoneme recognition while Clapping Clara teaches students how to segment sentences into words and words into syllables (up to three syllables).
Timeless Tales Stories for Istation Reading
Further expansions to Istation Reading include the release of a new Timeless Tales lesson. Lessons take middle school students to the silver screen to study text structures within the context of moviemaking. Students will practice identifying key words and analyzing nonfiction text structures while learning about how Hollywood works, from movie stunts and special effects to adaptations and animation.
97 New Teacher-Directed Lessons (TDLs) for ISIP Lectura Temprana
With 97 new teacher-directed lessons, ISIP Lectura Temprana has significantly enriched its intervention offerings. The new TDLs include numerous vocabulary lessons and 42 fluency lessons incorporated into a variety of literary genres and accommodating different learning styles.
Fraction Crossing” Activity for Istation Math
Additions to Istation Math include a new activity called “Fraction Crossing.” In this activity, students train with Weatherby to identify equivalent fractions, determine fractions equivalent to whole numbers, or identify and understand mixed numbers on a number line before heading to their mission against Pie Face.
Written by educators for educators, these new products further enhance Istation’s robust and adaptive curriculum. To learn more about Istation’s comprehensive e-learning program, read any of our free, interactive e-Brochures.
Founded in 1998 and based in Dallas, Texas, Istation (Imagination Station) has become one of the nation’s leading providers of richly animated, game-like, educational technology. Istation was named one of 2019’s “EdTech 1000: Companies Transforming Education” by EdTech Digest, and has received numerous national educational technology awards. The Istation program puts more instructional time in the classroom through small-group and collaborative instruction. Istation’s innovative reading, math and Spanish programs immerse students in an engaging and interactive environment and inspire them to learn. Additionally, administrators and educators can use Istation to easily track the progress of their students, schools and classrooms. Istation now serves more than 4 million students throughout the United States and in several other countries. The company celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018.