10 Ideas for Online Health & Fitness Instruction with Edmentum & Carone Learning

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Brianna Pyka

We're excited to expand our health and fitness course options through our new partnership with Carone Learning! Here are ten ideas to make the most of these online courses, whether your students are working in a blended classroom model, in a fully virtual environment, or from home.

Customization, Curriculum, and Collaboration: Going Beyond the Stereotypes of Online Learning

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Shannan LaMalfa

Online courses are a flexible tool that teachers can utilize to meet a variety of student needs, taking a variety of different approaches.

[Education Leadership] Easy, Cost-Effective Strategies to Boost Teacher Morale

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Scott Sterling

Aside from providing a rigorous academic environment, keeping the community engaged, and dealing with the moving target of budgeting, administrators are also tasked with making sure schools are wel

[Classroom Management] 5 Tips to Engage Students Through Music

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Scott Sterling

Especially for today's students who are used to going through their days with headphones in, music can be a great tool to enrich your lessons and engage students in classroom. Here are five best practices to follow.

Helping Reluctant Readers: How Parents Can Overcome 4 Common Objections

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Elaine Ho

Strong reading skills lead to huge academic payoffs, but they don't come naturally for every child. We've got simple tips for parents to overcome four common roadblocks that reluctant readers face.

[Professional Development] Personalized Teacher Training with the Study Island Power User Program

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Stephanie Abbott

Educators understand the value of ongoing training, but budget constraints, time limitations, and differing goals can get in the way of making it a reality. That's why we've created the Study Island Power User program to offer a flexible, economical option for individualized training for our customers!

Common Sense Methods to Save Time Grading

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Scott Sterling

When asked, teachers often cite grading as one of the most frustrating activities of their job.

[Best Practices] Designing and Implementing a CTE Program in Your District

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Casey Stone

Career and technical education is a proven approach to engage students in hands-on learning that prepares them for real-world success. We've put together 7 best practice tips to get a new program started.

Five Read Alouds to Celebrate 100 Days of School

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Madison Michell

The 100th day of school is just around the corner! As you collect ideas for crafts, snacks, and fun activities students will participate in this year, take a look at this list of five read alouds and corresponding activities to help you celebrate the day together—and sneak in a little learning along the way!

Setting SMART Goals in the Elementary Classroom

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Madison Michell

The SMART goal setting framework can be put to use in the elementary classroom to help students take ownership of their academic journey and personalize the learning experience. Here's three tips to make it work!

Five Reasons to Incorporate Literacy Stations in Your Elementary Classroom

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McKenna Wierman

Literacy stations are a flexible model to help your students to become strong readers by providing meaningful, ongoing practice and application of literacy skills including reading, writing, listening, fluency, and vocabulary.

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