The Expanding Learning Opportunities Consortium, eLo, began in 2014 to offer 9-12th-grade students online learning opportunities during the school year and summer. eLo is a consortium comprised of three Illinois school districts: Indian Prairie School District 204, Naperville Community Unit School District 203, and Wheaton Community Unit School District 200. Each summer eLo offers two sessions of online classes created and delivered by teachers from within the consortium. The infographic represents data collected from our Summer of 2017 virtual learning program.
eLo Infographic Summer 2017
Why And What Course Did The Students Enroll?
65% of the summer online learners have previously completed an AP course during the academic school year.
What Device Did The Students Choose?
How Did The Students Perform?
Learning Delivered By Quality Staff: Student Feedback
Communicated In A Positive Tone
Delivered Clear Expectations
Delivered Clear Learning Goals
Available for Extra Help When Needed
How Did The Teachers Communicate With The Students?
Anytime Anywhere Learning
The regions highlighted in purple represent places some students traveled while extending their learning. We also had learners participate in other countries such as India, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Scotland, Spain, and Sweden.