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9: AM

Daniel enters the WiloStar3D campus and “walks” over to the main school building. He enters and walks toward the study hall and library. He notices he has a telegram. It is from his teacher telling him to check his daily feedback sheet in the WiloStar3D course area. Daniel takes his seat in study hall and then clicks on a 3D book to launch his personal daily feedback sheet. This  integrated in-world Web page has comments on his progress as well as suggestions and grades for completed assignments. His instructor has sent back revisions to the historical fiction piece he was working on in English. Daniel’s story involved Colonial America, something he was also studying in social studies. Daniel reads the revisions and comments from his instructor and notes any missing assignments he needs to do today.


Daniel decides to view the daily news feed for his class. He makes sure he checks the 3D virtual class conference schedule as this can sometimes involve 3d building projects and Knowledge Tower presentations and he wants to be prepared!


9:30-11:00 Daniel gets started on the daily assignments. He decides to start reading the next twenty pages of The Cay, a novel he is reading to complement his middle school oceanography module. Today’s conference deals with literature so Daniel wants to be prepared.


Online class meeting inside the 3D virtual classroom!


Lunch and time for a break!


Next stop is science. Daniel  researches information for his 3D ocean zones virtual world project. After his research Daniel teleports into the 3D virtual ocean world and works on his ocean zone.


Math: Daniel starts his Teaching Textbook math to work on his math for the day.

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Students log in to Wiloworlds study hall and get started on the assignments on their learning dashboard. WiloStar teachers and staff are available for live help during study hall. Students are required to attend a two hour study hall M, T, Th and Fridays. Students may choose their study hall times however we always recommend they try to attend while their teachers have office hours. Students may also use study hall for any builds assigned during the day.


Students attend one live class meeting on M, T, Thursday and Friday. Typically our live class meetings are from 11:00-11:50 EST for grades 6-10 and 1:00-1:50 for 11 and 12th. We do accept students from different time zones but be aware that may mean an earlier class time for you if you are outside EST.


Time for a lunch break!

1:00-2:00- Math

Middle School students complete the Teaching Textbooks math program as part of their studies. Please refer to how the WiloStar math program is set up. We offer both a self directed version and a live supervised version as a tuition add on. High School students also use Teaching Textbooks for math but it taken as a full year course over one semester on a block scheduling set up. Refer to the high school math overview for more details.

2:00-3:00- PE

Students in grade 6-11 are required to complete 90 hours a semester of PE activities. Outside activites such a sports, dance, golf, swimming can be counted towards PE in addition to working out at home, hiking etc.