4 Ways to Keep Students Learning this Summer Using Study Island

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Regina Waddell

Study Island is a great tool to run a completely virtual summer learning program consisting of skills practice in all core content areas, summer writing practice, and summer reading.

Who, What, and How? Exploring Genius Hour

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Madison Michell

Looking for a strategy to incorporate more authentic learning and student agency in your classroom? Try giving students the opportunity to explore their own interests with a genius hour!

Plato Courseware Year in Review: Enhancing Learner Experiences

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Shannan LaMalfa

We know that technology plays a big role in helping maximize opportunities for learning, both inside and out of the classroom.

Is Visual Note Taking Worth a Try?

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Scott Sterling

Lots of students like to draw and doodle during class. Visual note taking strategies can turn that tendency into a powerful tool to deepen comprehension.

Delivering “Just-in-Time” Learning Solutions with EdOptions Academy

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Patrick Hockey

Online solutions offer education administrators more options than ever before to react to the many challenges they face throughout the school year, including teacher shortages, full classes, and student scheduling issues.

5 Ways to Keep Students Learning this Summer Using Reading Eggs

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Madison Michell

Rather than see your students' hard-earned literacy learning slip away over the summer, you can employ online solutions like Edmentum's Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress to support learning even when school doors have closed for the break.

Changing Your View on Change: How Teachers Can Lead Change in the Classroom

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Nicky Simon-Burton

Managing change is not always the sole responsibility of administrators. In fact, the ADKAR® framework for change management may resonate with how many classroom educators are already encouraging engagement and helping students navigate change.

Memorial Day: FREE Classroom Resources!

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Madison Michell

Help your elementary students understand and celebrate Memorial Day with informative resources from EducationCity!

ESSA and SSAEG: Implementing a Well-Rounded Education

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Dave Adams

A new program under the Every Student Succeeds Act, Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants, presents an exciting opportunity for schools and teachers to create a more well-rounded climate for learning and to enhance how and what students learn.

[Plato Courseware] Teacher Graded Activities and the Value of Real-Time Feedback

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Shannan LaMalfa

Edmentum's new Teacher Graded Activities is a tool help facilitate effective communication between students and instructors within Plato Courseware by providing an opportunity for students to submit work and receive direct feedback prior to finalization.

Our Latest Rock Star School: Cruiser Academy

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Scott Sterling

In 2010, demand for credit recovery options was so great in Groveport Madison Schools that the district created Cruiser Academy as a dedicated alternative center. Since then, the Academy has evolved to meet the needs of a variety of students looking for non-traditional high school options.

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