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4 Ways Edmentum Assessments Can Support Students During Times of Transition

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Brianna Pyka

Whether students are at the turning point of a grade-level promotion, require additional tutoring are in need of summer support, or are making the big move to high school, transitions are inevitable. Edmentum Assessments can help build students’ confidence as they prepare for each new venture by providing individualized, data-driven instruction.

Top 10 Tips to Prepare Learners for High-Stakes Testing

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Sarah Cornelius

What can you do to ensure that your learners are set up for success when the next round of high-stakes tests rolls around? We’ve put together our top ten tips to prepare learners and keep everyone’s stress levels under control!

Celebrate Thanksgiving in the Classroom: DIY Activities and Free Printable Resources!

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McKenna Wierman

We've put together fact sheets, activities, a poster, and critical-thinking questions known as ThinkIts so that you and your class can explore the history of Thanksgiving and discuss the traditions we observe today.

[Edmentum’s Commitment] Announcing Our Partnership with Ward’s Science

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Ketsia Hamilton

Edmentum is proud to have partnered with Ward’s Science to offer lab kits for our newly released science courses, Biology and Earth and Space Science.

[Parent Tips] Help Your Child Understand and Build a Positive Digital Footprint

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Sarah Cornelius

For kids, the permanence of the simple online actions they take on a daily basis can be a difficult concept to grasp. However, helping them understand is key to keeping kids safe online and building good digital citizens. We’ve answered some of the questions parents need to know, plus put together several of our favorite tips to for building a positive digital footprint.

10 of the Best Side Hustles for Teachers

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Brittany Becker

Whether you’re saving up for a long-dreamed-of vacation, getting ready for a home or car purchase, or just looking to make paying the bills a little less painful, there’re plenty of options to find the perfect side hustle!

No-Fuss Literacy: Activities and Technology to Support Elementary Students with Dyslexia

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McKenna Wierman

Last week, we looked at six classroom best practices to support learners with dyslexia. Today, we’ll turn our attention to the kinds of specific literacy activities you can implement in your classroom to support your students with dyslexia, and how technology can help.

Edmentum’s Commitment to Simple Technology: Designing the Student Experience

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John Bowie

Using proven techniques of motivational design, Edmentum's user experience team focuses on crafting age-appropriate student experiences that meet the expectations of today’s digital natives.

Five Considerations for School Administrators in Finding and Retaining Great Teachers

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Laura Porter-Jones

Teacher retention in the United States is an ongoing issue that affects student achievement and school climate. Here are five things to consider as you work to find and retain outstanding classroom teachers.

Protecting A Teacher's Most Important Tool: Six Tips to Care For Your Voice

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Scott Sterling

Among all the professions in the world, teachers just may talk the most. Here are six ways to make your voice more effective and protect it throughout the school year.

How Adult and Higher Education Instructors Can Address Adult Learner Skill Gaps

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Leslie Holland

Have you ever agreed to teach a new class, and when you start doing research to begin the lesson planning process, quickly realized that there are aspects of the topic you’re perfectly comfortable

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