Three Ways Educators Can Stop the Summer Slide

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Sarah Cornelius

Summer learning loss has serious long term consequences and goes far in contributing to the achievement gap. Check out these three strategies to help make the summer vacation months academically productive for students!

[Video] Targeting Student Interests with Edmentum’s Online CTE Solutions

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Brianna Pyka

Learn how Keller ISD in Texas has used Plato Courseware CTE courses from Edmentum to engage 8th-12th grade students in individualized, real world learning that prepares them for post-secondary opportunities.

Infusing Rigor into Any (Yes, Any) Lesson

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Scott Sterling

Rigorous lessons incorporate challenging, higher-order thinking tasks that push students to expand their abilities.

Important Sources of Data for Teachers

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Scott Sterling

Teachers have a wealth of data at their disposal. Here's what to look for out of three important data sources to gain the most meaningful insights into student progress.

[Adult Education] Four Strategies for Effective Professional Development

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Sarah Cornelius

Regular, relevant, and collaborative opportunities for PD help adult education instructors master strategies to identify and address the specific challenges of adult learners and tailor their instruction to a widely varying range of skills and life experiences.

[Classroom IT] 4 Tips to Streamline Device Troubleshooting

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Scott Sterling

Short on IT staffing and resources? Check out these strategies to enlist students, teachers, and parents to make the troubleshooting process faster and more efficient!

Four Inspiring TED Talks for Educators

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Sarah Cornelius

TED Talks are one great way for teachers to take in a thought-provoking perspective and get a little jolt of inspiration. Here are four of our favorites full of creative strategies and meaningful insights!

[Response to Intervention] The Latest Resources

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Scott Sterling

We’ve compiled some of the best new resources and research on RTI available publicly on the web.

5 Traits of Successful Blended Learning Teachers

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Jasmine Auger

Blended learning models are becoming more and more common, but it can be hard for teachers to find the info they need to prepare for this shift. We've put together this list of five traits of successful blended learning teachers to help you build your practice.

Study Island Feature Update: Brand-New Reports

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Study Island has released 10 brand-new or updated Built Test and Benchmark reports designed to streamline your assessment data even further.

Breaking Down a Teacher’s Day: How Edtech Can Help Teachers Maximize Their Time

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Darin Rasmussen

We've been taking a close look at how many hours teachers put in and what those hours are dedicated to. Now, let's consider how technology can support teachers to help them make the most of their working hours.

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