Deciding if Conventional or Interactive is best for your class? The table below may help!
Conventional FlexBooks 2.0 are the content you've known and loved for years - now infused with teacher Insights, Flexi the AI tutor, Adaptive Practice, and more!
Interactive FlexBooks 2.0 are digital native, all-interactive content designed to teach through activity and applications-based, hands-on learning. Incidentally, they are ideal for CCSS-focused classrooms, and have clear alignment and correlations.
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|Teachers||Conventional FlexBooks 2.0||Interactive FlexBooks 2.0|
|Use as primary curriculum|
|Multiple learning modalities|
|Adaptive Practice enhanced by Insights|
|Offline or printable|
|Aligned to National Standards|
Instruction and learning primarily occur through
|text and worked-out examples||interactivity and formative questions|
The Conventional series focuses on text and worked-out examples with optional media support, whereas the Interactive series strives to present all core instruction through interactives and formative interactive questions with in-the-moment feedback.
|Students||Conventional Flex FlexBooks 2.0||Interactive FlexBooks 2.0|
|Maximize the power of technology||
|Learn with text and examples with worked-out solutions|
|Learn with interactives and interactive questions|
|Learn by exploring on my own schedule|
|Get immediate feedback for right and wrong answers|
|Know what to study to improve skills quickly|
|Work without Internet access|