We at Edmentum help thousands of schools prepare for and administer summer school programs, and we are often asked, “What are pitfalls we need to avoid?” Well look no further!
For the past couple of years, Minecraft has been the most popular computer game going.
The Common Core State Standards have brought a welcome focus to literacy skills, emphasizing concepts of reading and writing across the curriculum with greater success than in the past.
Have you ever heard of Adam Bellow? Well….if not ….believe me, you will hear of him or use his ingenious creations soon enough.
As the school year ends, the dreaded summer learning slide awaits.
Across the nation, implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is in full swing.
We’ve all been in the faculty meeting or professional development training where the speaker isn’t engaging enough, the data is too obtuse, and the PowerPoint slide deck seems to go on forever.
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Summer school presents unique challenges, with special populations, abbreviated timelines and teacher preparation, to name a few.
What is the appropriate balance of expected student-to-student interaction and/or student-to-instructor interaction in online courses?
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