School on Wheels provides access to digital programs that engage students, fill academic gaps, and teach critical technology skills. Tutors use computers, smartphones, and tablets at their tutoring locations to better address the academic needs of students experiencing homelessness.
Questions about our Digital Learning Program?
We primarily use Freckle, Code.org, TypingClub, Khan Academy, and Teach Your Monster to Read to close educational gaps for our students. Tutors can click here to register their student for any or all of these programs. Note: The registration form is only for students enrolled in School on Wheels.
Freckle is an adaptive learning program that uses a differentiation platform. Reach students at their own level in subjects like ELA and math.
Code.org provides a curriculum in computer science for all ages. Includes videos and interactive narrative games.
Learn touch typing online using TypingClub’s free typing courses. It includes 650 typing games, typing tests and videos.
Videos and adaptive questions in math, language arts, science, history, economics, coding, college prep and more.
An interactive game that teaches students how to read. It covers phonics, spelling and reading full sentences.
At our Digital Learning Centers and After School Programs, students engage with these programs in large groups with the help of our volunteer tutors. At these locations we also provide internet and a laptop for every student.
These sites also provide us with a space to test and implement the latest digital learning tools and programs such as Coding & Animation, Virtual Field Trips, and 3D Printing.
Contact digitallearning [at] schoolonwheels.org to learn more.