SOLU7ION

(Solution)

SOLU7ION by DMMSI is an incentivized and engaging remote program that improves K12 literacy nationwide while students earn points for prizes. We provide a digital library in the palm of a student’s hand and encourage innovation throughout their writing. In addition, SOLU7ION provides a way for students and parents to take control of their K12 core education.

Mentoring

Offering educational services is great, but without mentoring SOLU7ION would be doing a disservice to our participants. Imagine being able to talk with a college student or professional on why one needs to learn a certain topic in 8th grade and how it will beneficial later on in life. Or better yet a student may be struggling with learning remotely and would like to talk out their frustrations and get some pointers. Without mentoring students would feel alone on their education journey and they are not!

Digital Mobile Library

In some places, it is not cool for kids to walk around with books. However, everyone has a cellphone! We provide a digital library that is customized for each student based upon their current reading level. Each book helps students improve their reading levels. The digital library contains reading tools to define words, understand words, and some books are in audio form for students to read along.

Points & Prizes

Students earn points per each book report submitted following to completion of that book. Points are accumulated and spent on prizes within our redemption store. Student’s set their own goals on levels they want to reach.

Prize Examples:

  • Tablets & Laptops
  • Gadgets & Toys
  • TVs, Scooters & More

Flexible Learning

We do no any set hours to participate in SOLU7ION. Students, teachers, and parents set their own times for learning and practice. Read, write, and learn whenever it is convenient.

Innovative Writing

We want students to tap into their creative and innovative side. Therefore, we do not accept traditional book reports with plot, characters, etc. Where is the fun in that? We encourage students to not only write but to think with our non-traditional book reports. One example of our non-traditional book reports is to create a movie pitch on how they would turn that book into a cinematic film.

Individual Writing Improvements

Through our book report submission area, our staff reads each and every book report. We virtual reply with areas to improve student’s writing and punctuation while praising and highlighting correct grammar and writing styles.

Freemium
FREE
Limited Practice Activities In:
- Financial Literacy
- Language Arts
- Math
Virtual Field Trips
Unlimited Email Support
Premium
$99 / month
Practice Portal Access
Reading Portal Access
Book Report Submissions
Point Redemption Store
Unlimited Email Support
4 Mentoring Sessions
Content Mapping
$299 / month
Premium Package Included
Each month students learning, assignments, and practice path is customized within the Practice Portal based on homeschooling guidelines and/or teachers curriculum objectives. We align the following core Subjects: Math, Science, and ELA.

Practice portal for remote learning

Math

Build the Basics

K-2
Number Facts
Basic arithmetic practice with audio and visual supports

Number Basics
Early math practice to build counting and number recognition skills

K-8
Fact Practice
Personalized fact fluency across all operations

Extend Thinking

K-8
Depth of Knowledge
Higher-level thinking questions for a specific standard to help students master concepts.

1st-9th
Inquiry Based Lessons
Students explore math standards and build critical thinking skills through fun, real-world challenges.

6th-9th
Constructed Responses
Middle school and high school students explore math standards through open-ended conceptual, situational, and visual questions.

Assessments

K-12
Benchmark Assessments
Assess students’ progress on specific standards to check for understanding and measure growth over time.

High School Courses

8th-12th
Students practice recommended skills following a set learning progression. Recommendations adapt to their level.

Topics: Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2

Science

Anatomy

Plant and Animal Parts
Grades K-2

Structures and Functions of Organisms
Grades 3-5

Human Body Systems
Grades 6-8

Structure and Function of Cells
Grades 6-8

Biology, Adaptation, & Natural Selection

Inheritance and Traits
Grades 2-4

Evolution
Grades 6-8

Growth and Reproduction of Organisms
Grades 6-8

Earth’s Systems

Land, Water, and Changes on Earth
Grades K-2

Processes that Shape the Earth
Grades 3-5

The Earth’s Spheres
Grades 4-5

Earth Systems
Grades 6-8

Earth’s History and Geoprocesses
Grades 6-8

Ecosystems & Interdependent Relationships

Ecosystems
Grades K-2

Ecosystems: Adaptations and Survival
Grades 3-5

Energy Flow in Nature
Grades 3-5

Ecosystem Dynamics
Grades 6-8

Energy

Energy
Grades 3-5

Chemical Reactions
Grades 6-8

Types of Energy
Grades 6-8

Forces and Interactions
Pushes and Pulls
Grades K-2

Forces and Motion
Grades 3-5

Movement and Stability
Grades 6-8

The Scientific Method

The Scientific Method
Grades 3-5

Space Systems
Patterns in the Sky
Grades K-2

Our Solar System
Grades 3-5

Space Systems
Grades 6-8

Structure and Properties of Matter

What is Matter?
Grades K-2

Structure and Properties of Matter
Grades 3-5

Waves

Light and Sound Waves
Grades K-2

Behavior of Waves
Grades 6-8

Weather & Climate

What is Weather?
Grades K-2

Weather and Climate
Grades 3-5

Climate & Human Activity
Grades 6-8

Earth’s Weather Systems
Grades 6-8

ELA

K-1st

Plant and Animal Parts
Grades K-2

Structures and Functions of Organisms
Grades 3-5

Human Body Systems
Grades 6-8

Structure and Function of Cells
Grades 6-8

2nd

Build Reading Fluency

Decodables
Simple stories with phonetic spelling patterns & sight words

Skills Practice
Short passage practice with standards-aligned multiple choice

Word Study
Individualized practice based on word patterns

3rd-8th

Benchmack Assessment
Assess students’ progress on specific standards to check for understanding and measure growth over time

Build Reading Fluency

Skills Practice

Word Study
Individualized practice based on word patterns

9th-12th

Build Reading Fluency

Word Study
Individualized practice based on word patterns

Social Studies

Ancient Civilizations

Ancient Latin American Civilizations
Grades 5-10

Ancient China
Grades 5-8

Ancient Egypt
Grades 6-10

Ancient Mesopotamia
Grades 6-10

Ancient Greece
Grades 6-12

Ancient Rome
Grades 6-8

Civics and Government

Me, My Family, and My Community
Grades K-2

Rights and Responsibilities of U.S. Citizens
Grades K-2

Global Communities
Grades 3-5

Levels of Government
Grades 3-5

Introduction to U.S. Government
Grades 3-8

The U.S. Constitution
Grades 5-10

Types of Government
Grades 6-10

Economics

Early Economics
Grades K-2

Basic Economics
Grades 6-12

Financial Literacy
Grades 9-12

Globalization
Grades 9-12

Geography

Geography and Its Impact
Grades K-2

Maps
Grades 3-5

Science, Art, and Religion

Age of Enlightenment
Grades 6-10

World Religions
Grades 6-12

Sustainability
Grades 6-8

Social Sciences & Culture

International Cuisine
Grades 3-8

Social-Emotional Learning
Grades 3-8

Extraordinary Women
Grades 4-10

U.S. History

Famous Americans
Grades K-2

The California Gold Rush
Grades 3-5

U.S. Civil Rights Movement
Grades 4-10

Westward Expansion
Grades 5-10

The American Revolutionary War
Grades 5-12

U.S. Civil War
Grades 6-12

Roaring 20s and the Great Depression
Grades 8-12

Industrial Revolution
Grades 9-12

World History

The Holocaust
Grades 6-12

Medieval Europe
Grades 6-8

The Cold War
Grades 8-12

World War I
Grades 8-12

World War II
Grades 8-12

What Is The

COVID Slide?


A consistent finding across multiple research studies is that student mathematics achievement suffered because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced schools to shut down physical operations in the spring of 2020 and make abrupt changes to instructional delivery systems. By the time students began the 2020/2021 school year, students were, on average, the equivalent of 2–3 months behind in terms of their math achievement.

This deficit is often referred to as the “COVID slide.”