An Introduction to Education Perfect Lessons

Let’s explore what a lesson looks like and how you can support your child in completing them successfully.

EP lessons are carefully scaffolded and paced to allow all students the opportunity to experience success. Instructional material is interwoven with questioning, and students are provided with instant and targeted feedback. 

What’s in an EP Lesson?

There are multiple sections in an EP lesson, each with its own purpose.


EP lessons begin with a clear introduction of the topic and an outline of the learning objectives. This ensures your child is clear about what they are expected to know by the end lesson.

Information slides throughout the lesson are designed to:

  • Introduce your students to new concepts in a planned and measured way.
  • Provide a recap of the learning at the end of a lesson.

Encourage your child to use headphones and listen to the lesson if needed! EP’s text-to-speech function ensures all students can engage fully with the lesson. 


These questions are repeated until your child masters them; therefore, each child may have a slightly different pathway through this section. If your child answers the question incorrectly, they'll be shown the correct answer alongside an explanation to improve their knowledge.

Quiz questions may be Multi-choice, Fill in the Gaps, Highlight the answer, or Annotated Questions.

If your child answers the question incorrectly, ensure they pause to read the explanation or model answer before moving on to the next question so they learn from their mistakes and get it right next time!

If they still need help with the concept, make a note in their workbook to share with their teacher and get further assistance.

Extended Response

Extended Response questions allow your child to show a deeper understanding of the topic. The questions may require them to:

  • Write a full-paragraph answer f
  • Complete a multi-step mathematical or chemical equation 
  • Upload a file (a document, image, video or audio recording)
  • Draw a diagram 
  • Record a verbal response

The extended response sections take more time to complete as your child is asked to provide a more detailed and thoughtful response. Encourage your child to:   

  • Read the question in full
  • Review the requirements for the answer  
  • Use the modeled response to improve their answer

Your child can pause the lesson and return to complete it at a later date, as long as the due date has not passed.

Their progress will be saved and they can recommence the lesson from where they left off. You can see the completion rate of the lesson as shown in the example below.

Need help? Please reach out to your child's teacher with any questions.

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