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Activities to give your students during winter break

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Kristin Flynn

For many schools, today is the last day class is in session before winter break.  Students will be headed home to enjoy holiday and winter fun, but that doesn’t mean they need to put their learning

5 Technologies and Strategies that Every Teacher Wants from Santa

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Scott Sterling

Next week the jolly old elf will jump in his sleigh and dispense gifts to billions of children around the world.

Study Island and NWEA™ Partner to Drive Student Success

by
Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Does your school or district use Measure of Academic Progress (MAP©) assessments? Yes? Edmentum has a new integrated solution to drive your students' success.

In Education, Expectations are Everything

by
Scott Sterling

Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re probably right.” I would expand that great line to “Whether your teacher thinks you can or thinks you can’t, they’re

Life-Long Learners or Material Masters

by
Shane Dennison

What’s it Gonna Be? Need for Assessment Changes in America. As educators we need to step back and put ourselves in the shoes of our students for a moment.

Cost of Standardized Testing

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Education Week recently released findings from a new report by Brown Center on Education Policy at the Brookings Institution that states standardized testing is costing states $1.7 billion per year.

Change Education with Edmentum: A new series on Edmentum products

by
Andy Frost

This morning I was at the dentist. As I was sitting in the chair with my mouth wide open, the dentist and her assistant were talking about their new digital record-keeping system.

Does Flipping the Classroom Give You More Time for 1:1 Instruction?

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Scott Sterling

No (voluntary) movement in education has more steam behind it right now than the concept of the flipped classroom.

Common Core Transition Success: Crosswalk to Find Commonalities (Step 2 of 10)

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Ashlee Tatum-Eckley

Earlier this month we explored our first step in Common Core transition success, unpacking the standards.

How Social Media Can Help Your Classroom

by
Scott Sterling

Because of a few bad examples set by both educators and students, teachers are understandably worried about using social media in their classrooms.

Making the most of every learning opportunity

by
Andrea Gronberg

Special education teachers face many challenges, not the least of which is providing a personalized learning experience that helps every student succeed.

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