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How Edmentum is Addressing the Importance of Pacing in Online Courses

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Jessica King

As the push towards competency-based education moves forward, the importance of being able to accurately identify the pace of personalized learning becomes more important.

Kindergarten Readiness: How Parents Can Prepare Children for the Academic Basics with Novabods

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Lindsay Coles

For many parents of four- and five-year-olds, there comes a point in the year when preparing for kindergarten becomes top of mind.

Are You Using These Three Features in Edmentum Courseware to Support Blended Learning?

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Jessica King

We’re all guilty of getting a little too comfortable in our routines from time to time. The way that educators use classroom technology is no exception.

Live Webinar: Which Blended Learning Model Works for You?

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Regina Waddell

Join us for a live webinar to learn about the different blended learning models and how to go about getting started with the approach that's right for your classroom, school, or district!

[Classroom Management] How to Motivate and Influence Your Students with Neuromarketing-Based Strategies

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Regina Waddell

Put these five neuromarketing-based strategies to work in your classroom and start tapping into the learning potential of your students' subconscious minds!

[Teacher Tips] Four Ways to Maintain Your Sanity & Work-Life Balance During the School Year

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Scott Sterling

For all of its joys, teaching comes with no shortage of stress. Here are four ideas to help you maintain the balance between the classroom and your life outside of teaching in the short and long term.

Digital Curriculum and Generation Z: The Research Behind the Learning Style of Today’s Students

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Shannan LaMalfa

Learning preferences are more shaped by generational differences than you may expect. Our research team recently released a new white paper on the Research Base and Instructional Design of Edmentum Digital Curriculum that details how our online courses support the unique needs of today's learners.

Building Classroom Community and Citizenship on Constitution Day: Free Resources!

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McKenna Wierman

September 17, 1787, marks the date on which the delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the United States Constitution.

[Classroom Management] The Power of Behavioral Narration

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Madison Michell

Behavior narration is all about treating positive classroom behavior as an expectation instead of a goal, and using the positive actions you see students engage in as a model to encourage more of the same. Here, we're breaking down how and why this technique works.

7 Tips for Parents to Help Your Child Develop Effective Study Skills

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Elaine Ho

Success in the classroom doesn’t come from any single thing—it’s about the right mix of attitude, habits, and effort. So, as a parent, how can you help you child develop the study skills they need to achieve academic success? Here’s eight tips to get started!

10 Study Island Features You Need To Know About

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McKenna Wierman

After combing through items from this summer’s release and adding in a few lesser-known customer favorites, we’ve arrived at 10 of Study Island's best features that will enrich your classroom teaching and drive your students’ success.

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