Edmentum’s Vision for Common Core

by
Mark Caulfield

The advent of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) have signaled a quantum shift in what American students are expected to learn and ho

Disrupting Class - Part 4: Blended Learning

by
Kristin Flynn

Michael Horn, co-founder and executive director of the Innosight Institute, delivered the keynote address at Edtech 2012, Edmentum’s

Why is Parent Involvement Important in a Child’s Education?

by
Kim Savery Hunt

Kim Hunt works as a Business Development Representative for Edmentum and currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Parent Teacher Association (PTA).

Four Lessons for Using Baseball in the Classroom

by
Scott Sterling

The smell of the grass. The crack of the bat. April means the start of another baseball season.

Edmentum Selected as Finalist for 2013 CODiE Award

by
Kristin Flynn

The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) has announced the 148 finalists in Education categories for the 2013 SIIA CODiE Awards.

Assessments: Are K-12 Schools Ready? Part IV

by
Shane Dennison

Districts and schools not only need to begin planning and preparing for the PARCC and Smarter-Balanced assessments coming in the fall of 2014, but they need to begin taking action on those plans.

Disrupting Class - Part 3: Disruptive Innovation in Education

by
Kristin Flynn

Michael Horn, co-founder and executive director of the Innosight Institute, delivered the keynote address at Edtech 2012, Edmentum’s annual education technology conference.

Free and Cheap Resources for the Flipped Classroom

by
Scott Sterling

The flipped classroom concept has reached the sort of critical mass that makes even non-techy teachers consider the idea.

Insightful Intervention Part 2: The System

by
Mitchell Welch

My work at Edmentum is guided by one driving question: How can we partner with adult educators to create a system that provides a more proacti

Vision for the Future of Edmentum’s Product Portfolio

by
Andy Frost

Right now, families (and educators) across the country are planning summer vacations. My family is no exception – we’re headed to NC for a family reunion over the Fourth of July.

Monitor Progress and Guide Data-Driven Decision Making with Study Island Reporting

by
Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Streamlined progress monitoring is an essential element to effective district - and building-level management.

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