A Prodigy Success Story: Are Premium Memberships Worth it?

Crystal Babb is a dedicated 4th grade teacher at Odessa Upper Elementary in Missouri. She spends the school year delivering important skill-building content to her students to prepare them for 5th grade.

Crystal’s class has a range of different learning needs. She works hard to give each student the individual support they require to improve their math skills and confidence, and she found that Prodigy Premium Memberships were the perfect tool to help.


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what is universal design for learning

Universal Design for Learning: Principles and Examples for 2019

When something is universal, it applies to everyone. So, when hearing the term universal design for learning (or UDL), it makes sense to imagine it as a blanket format that covers all students.

But is that really what UDL is all about?

In this guide, you’re going to learn that universal design for learning is focused on flexibility and adaptability to different types of students.

But that’s not all.


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Teacher Success Story: Jennifer Harder

Jennifer Harder, 6th Grade Special Education Teacher

Bourbonnais Elementary School, District #53, Illinois
Prodigy use: 2 years
Questions answered: 55,000


Jennifer teaches 15 students on a daily basis with a variety of learning disabilities. Needless to say, her classroom is both demanding and rewarding. One of her biggest challenges is engagement and catering to the needs of each and every student.

“I started using Prodigy because I was looking for a creative way to motivate my students and encourage them to practice curriculum-aligned (Common Core) math skills. In addition I was looking for program that I could individualize to meet my students’ needs.”


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