Probably not, teachers are asked to provide a syllabus sharing their schedule, instructional design and clearly communicating grading requirements when they exist.
Host teachers record attendance using the attendance form on this site. Primary teachers can view the Google Sheet that captures student attendance to verify their students are attending as planned.
How may I confirm my student attended class?
Both state testable and nontestable subjects are offered. Testable subjects generally follow the Study Island framework or equivalent. Nontestable subjects follow a course instructor created syllabus.
What classes are offered?
Will I have more grading?
When does it start and stop?
The fall 2019 semester will run from September 23rd to December 13th. The spring 2020 semester will run from January 13th to March 27th.
Test prep classes run during the month of March. The month of May is used by some teachers to focus on the completion of high school courses.
The Epic Lesson Library formerly housed lessons created by your fellow Epic teachers. In 2018, these lessons were moved to the www.epiced.online website. Please use whichever lessons you'd like!
What is the Epic Lesson Library?
How much time does it take?
Teaching time is one hour per week. Prep time varies but there are a lot of no-prep lessons available in Epic's Lesson Library.
Epic Live! is actually a time creator because you can enroll as many students as you'd like if you teach a one-hour per week class.
Are Epic Live and Epic Live Booster classes available to all Epic students?
Classes that you see on the Students/Student Sign Up page are available to all Epic students.
How are Epic Live & Epic Live Boosters different?
The primary difference is that Epic Live Boosters are a test-prep for 3rd and 4th grade students and Epic Live is a standards-mastery platform for all grade-levels. The rest of these FAQs are for Epic Live. If you'd like more information about Epic Live Boosters, visit the Boosters page.