Things for Educators to be Thankful For – 2014 Edition

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Scott Sterling

It what’s become an annual tradition around here, the Thanksgiving Week blog post is reserved for giving you some ideas about what to be thankful for this year.

Meet Our Employees

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Carly Gebhardt

Sabrina Glogower
Inside Overlay Specialist

Edmentum is Expanding CTE

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Vanessa Berentson

New course additions add breadth and depth to our existing offerings

Using NaNoWriMo in the Classroom

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Scott Sterling

November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. It’s grown from a celebration of creative writing into a national writing marathon.

Study Island Fall Contest Winners...

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Madison Michell

This fall, students in 953 schools across the country competed in the Edmentum Master Challenge, featuring Study Island.

Three Ways to Engage the Adult Learner

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Mandy Groen

Educating adult learners comes with unique challenges. Adult learners are incredibly diverse, and they have very diverse needs.

Classroom Strategies for English Language Learners

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Shari Rios

In the United States, school districts are required to provide English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom instruction to any and all enrolled students whose primary language is not English.

Meet Our Employees

by
Carly Gebhardt

Kameron Smith
Customer Support Representative

17 Quick Tips for Your Credit Recovery Program

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Beth Holine

At Edmentum, we have helped thousands of schools get their students get back on track, and we know that running an effective credit recovery program is not easy.

Meet Our Employees

by
Carly Gebhardt

Elizabeth Melendez
Implementation Coach

Halloween Lessons That Don’t Use Candy

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Scott Sterling

Problem: Last year for Halloween, you used an activity that involved candy. The teachers who had your students after you didn’t speak to you in faculty meetings for a month.

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