Measuring Student Academic Growth in Personalized and Adaptive Learning Models

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Dave Adams

As state standards, tests, and accountability all continue to evolve toward higher expectations of student performance, growth-based assessment models are gaining popularity. We're taking a closer look at the difference between growth and proficiency, and the benefits growth-based models have to offer.

[CTE Month] Building Partnerships for Success

by
Brianna Pyka

February is the Association for Career and Technical Education’s CTE Month™, and we at Edmentum could not be more exc

[Live Webinar] Credit Recovery that Works with Edmentum’s Plato Courseware

by
Sarah Cornelius

Join us next Wednesday, February 22 at 3pm CT for a live presentation to get a first-hand look at Edmentum's web-based, full semester courses ideal for credit recovery and getting students back-on-track for graduation.

Squeezing the Most Out of Summer School

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Scott Sterling

Educators are asked to pack a lot of content into brief summer school terms. Here are four tips to make sure your students accomplish the learning they need.

[CTE Month] What Parents Need to Know About Career and Technical Education

by
Sarah Cornelius

Career and technical education is making a big difference in student outcomes both inside the classroom and in the working world. Here are six things parents should know!

9 Best Practices for Getting Started with BYOD

by
Sarah Cornelius

Bring your own device programs are becoming more and more popular among schools and districts as a way to better leverage technology and online learning without the financial commitment of a 1:1 mobile program.

Differentiation Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities in Edmentum’s EdOptions Academy

by
Jan Harrison

More and more students with learning disabilities are turning to online education options to take advantage of their flexibility and ability to individualize instruction. Here are 3 tips from one of our EdOptions Academy online teachers to support these students.

Competency-Based Learning: 6 Things Educators Should Know

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Sarah Cornelius

Competency-based learning (CBL) is fast gaining popularity as an effective approach to personalize learning, better assess student understanding, and address the challenge of student knowledge gaps.

[Intervention Strategies] What to Do When the Whole Class Struggles

by
Scott Sterling

What's a teacher to do when you find your entire class is falling behind - especially if you're teaching multiple periods that are supposed to stay on pace with one another? Here are three tips to get a whole class back on track.

[Parent Tips] Project-Based Learning at Home

by
Elaine Ho

Project-based learning is a great approach to help children actively explore their interests; tackle real-world problems and challenges; and build valuable critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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