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ISTE Sneak Preview #3 - Beat the Pro

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Kristin Flynn

Think you can beat an Edmentum product pro? Edmentum challenges you to try your hand at one of our games to see if you can beat the pro and win an Edmentum prize pack! We will be playing the math and language arts Play Live games within EducationCity at ISTE.

Is Project-Based Learning Right for Your Classroom?

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Scott Sterling

Every teacher uses projects as an educational tool. Not only are they a valued form of assessment, but they’re also a way for the students to demonstrate a wider range of skills.

ISTE Sneak Preview #2: Mobile-Friendly Learning Solutions

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Andrea Gronberg

We have a lot of exciting things to share with you this year at ISTE 2013, but we don’t want those who can’t attend to miss out on anything.  Each day this week we will be sharing a sneak peek of w

Success Story: Woodrow Wilson Elementary School

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Kristin Flynn

When Woodrow Wilson Elementary School first investigated acquiring a supplemental educational program, they were looking for a sol

ISTE Sneak Preview #1 - Common Core Item Types

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Kristin Flynn

We have a lot of exciting things to share with you this year at ISTE 2013, but we don’t want those who can’t attend to miss out on anything.  Each day this week we will be sharing a sneak peek of w

What's Next for NCLB?

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Kristin Flynn

The official name of the umbrella statute is the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), but it is commonly known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB).

Join Edmentum at ISTE June 24 – 26

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Andrea Gronberg

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) annual conference kicks off June 24, 2013 at the San Antonio Convention Center in San Antonio, TX.

Making the Social Network Work at School

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

The increasingly pervasive influence of social media, especially in the lives of students, poses a challenge in how to both accommodate and integrate social media in the 21st century classroom.

The State of the Student Body

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Kristin Flynn

A new report from the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies (IOM) addresses the overall well-being of today's student body.

The Importance of Training the Adult Educator

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Mitchell Welch

When the goal is intervention it is important to train adult educators. At Edmentum Higher Ed our goal is to help adult learner institutions and instructors identify strengths and areas of improvement early and provide instruction that addresses their learners’ needs.

Are We Overboard on STEM?

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Scott Sterling

It’s been a few years since the world was graced with the acronym STEM – Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

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