As mentioned in my last post, the overarching goal for Edmentum’s intervention products is to offer a comprehensive se
Two years ago, Northwestern Consolidated School District (NWCSD) in central Indiana embarked on a radical move toward blended learning: using Study Island, Plato Courseware, and EdOptions Academy t
New state assessments, innovative types of questions, more rigorous content, OH MY! What’s a teacher to do? In a word, FOCUS!
For better or worse, education is a business that often follows the latest trends. Those trends could be pedagogical, like flipped learning, or dictated by world events or economic realities.
Are you looking for a great way to boost standards mastery for your students? Do you want to add a little excitement to your review sessions before spring exams? Then get ready to sprint.
Virtual classes can open the academic world to students in all levels of education. Choosing to take an online class would seem to be an easy decision.
Keep in mind that I am using ”parents” as a general term in this post to refer to anyone who is in charge of your students, whether they are grandparents, other family, foster family, guardians
YouTube has become the go-to source for teachers looking to enrich their lessons with video, bring concepts to life, or get some grading done at the back of the room.
At Edmentum, we work hard each year to invest in our products in ways that will have the greatest impact for educators and the most achievement gains for students.
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