Our online programs and resources provide students with more learning opportunities at home and the classroom. Each student has their own account and has been assigned a user name and password. Click on the program names to visit the site. Some sites have different site for different grade levels.
i-Ready Instruction delivers powerful online lessons that motivate students on their paths to proficiency and growth. i-Ready’s online lessons provide tailored instruction that meets students where they are in their learning journey and encourages them as they develop new skills. i-Ready Instruction is complemented by easily accessible teacher resources that enable teachers to target the specific skills with which students are struggling most in their whole class, small group, and one-to-one instruction.
- Click Here to login with class codes (K-1)
- Click Here to Login with Clever QR Codes (2-5, Camera Required)
Imagine Learning provides our English Learners strategic first-language support in fifteen languages, as well as explicit instruction in English phonemes. Vocabulary is taught through extensive, direct instruction and contextualized through multimedia examples and connected text. Grammar lessons focus on areas of challenge for ELs, such as regular and irregular verbs, plurals, and subject-verb agreement.
G-Suite. Our school has the ability to create secure and supervised Google accounts for all students. Students and teachers can access the wealth of collaborative tools available through Google Apps (Google Docs, Gmail, Calendar, etc). Students can log in with this unique address: @mililaniuka.k12.hi.us
Typing. Our students can use the free online typing program at Typing.com. At the sign in screen, students simply click on “Sign In with Google.” Using their school Google accounts will allow them to save their progress and achievements as they learn to type.
Reading Wonders is our English Language Arts (ELA) curriculum. The Reading Wonders program utilizes a range of diverse print and digital media to teach the rigor, intent and depth of the standards. Students can log into their accounts to access a wide range of materials to bolster lessons learned in the classroom.
The Hour of Code is a global effort to teach students computer science at all ages. Students at Uka have been participating since its inception in 2013. Students do not need to log in and can access the Code.Org website to try a multitude of games that teach them the basics of computer programming.