Schools and School Districts can elect to use each Mosaic as an extension of the district-wide curriculum in literacy, Mathematics, or STEM. At the primary level, the ideal curriculum extension program takes place during an activity period. Curriculum extension at the middle school level might use the “pull-out” approach or individualized enrichment within the classroom. The secondary level emphasizes enrichment as a means of acceleration and can be done asynchronously on the student’s schedule.
Schools and School Districts can use the Mosaics to allow students to replace a course they missed in their educational plan. Similarly, the learning units can provide multiple hours of study and can be used to help students complete unfinished credit hours that are preventing them from moving forward.