[Individualized Learning] 10 of the Best Items from Edmentum Exact Path as Chosen by Our Curriculum Team

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Madison Michell

We hope that as students and teachers dig into our new Exact Path product, they will discover not only the myriad of possibilities it opens up for individual learners but also the richness of each parcel of content itself.

Kindergarten Readiness: Preparing Students for Foundational Learning

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Madison Michell

While some children will enter kindergarten already able to write their names and identify letters of the alphabet, others will just be learning how to sit nicely in a chair or cooperate with other students of the same age. We've put together several criteria to consider as you assess your incoming kindergarteners for academic readiness.

Education Leadership: How Career and Technical Education Options Engage Students and Raise Graduation Rates

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Jasmine Auger

A high school diploma is more essential than ever before. Career and technical education programs can be a great solution to engage struggling students and keep them in the classroom.

[Product Update] A Sneak Peek at Edmentum’s New Algebra Course

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Brianna Pyka

We can't wait to release a brand new flagship algebra course for the Edmentum Courseware library this summer! Take a sneak peek at the content this course will include, as well as our process to develop it!

Applying Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom: An Educator’s Thought Process

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Winnie O'Leary

Take a peek inside one educator's brain to walk through how you can implement Universal Design for Learning approaches in your classroom!

Research at Edmentum: Supporting Our 4 Commitments to Customers

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Sarah Cornelius

Our in-house research team is solely focused on conducting valid and reliable research on each of our products that is meaningful, improves teaching and learning, and supports the development of fair and equitable learning environments.

[Product Update] Have You Seen Study Island Lately?

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Madison Michell

We've been carefully gathering insights from our customers to evolve Study Island to better meet your teaching and learning needs. Find out about exciting updates you can expect to see with this summer's upcoming release!

4 Ways to Help Students Cope With Failure on State Summative Assessments

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Regina Waddell

Test scores matter, and inevitably, some students will fail their state tests. What can teachers do to communicate the importance of testing and motivate students to rebound from a poor test performance? Here are four tips!

5 Podcasts Every Adult and Higher Ed Teacher Should Check Out

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Sarah Cornelius

Podcasts are a great option for Adult and Higher Ed instructors to sneak in some professional development while commuting, catching up on paperwork, or working on chores around the house. We've put together a list of five of our favorites.

[Parent Tips] Building Your Children’s Confidence in STEM Skills

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Elaine Ho

Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) skills are critical to students' success beyond the classroom. Here's five ways parents can make sure kids are building and gaining confidence in these skills at home.

4 Tips for Teachers to Execute an Awesome Field Trip

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Scott Sterling

The end of the school year is prime time for field trips. However, newer teachers can be intimidated by the prospect of leading the students off school grounds, and veterans may have suffered a bad experience. Here are four ways to make sure everyone has a fantastic time—even you!

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