In the past few weeks, we’ve taken a tour of some online tools to make your life easier.
It’s national reading month, and we want to help you celebrate! We pulled three FUN reading activities from Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress that you can use in your classroom.
There are three new grants available for Ohio that help bring technology into the classroom, and we wanted to give you some details about them.
No teacher has ever said grading papers is the best part of the job. I’ve seen English teachers cite that as the reason they left the profession.
3 ways to increase district exam scores, 4 day-of-testing tips for your teachers, 2 DOK resources
5 day-of-testing tips, 4 assessment preparation best practices, and a DOK levels resource
For the first time, Edmentum is excited to take part in the exciting, unique SXSWedu conference in Austin, TX next week.
With so many weather-related cancellations this year, catching your students up before test time is a daunting task.
Let’s be honest: field trips may be worthwhile, but they’re incredibly stressful for teachers and chaperones.
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With the rise of LCD projectors and Smart Boards, teaching has become a lot more reliant on audio-visual skills than it used to be.
At first glance, personalized learning and individualized learning can seem almost interchangeable. However, there are a couple of key differences between the two that can affect both how they are used in the classroom and the overall student outcome created by using each method.
Marzano Best Practices Tip #12 identifies the need to treat all students equally.
Meet Kasey Witt! Recruiting Manager located at our Minnesota office.
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) represent a significant shift in student expectations and assessments. Here are six professional development tips you can give your teachers to help them align to the Common Core expectations and prepare learners to succeed on the new exams.
Marzano Best Practices Tip #11 is about giving learners the chance to ask questions.
Meet Haamid Minhas! IT Support and Security Manager located at our Minnesota office.
Testing is stressful for everyone, but it can be especially trying for special populations and their educators. These four tips will help you prepare for a smooth, successful fall testing season with your special population students.
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) represent a significant shift in student expectations and assessments. Below are a few simple changes you can make in your classroom to help your students be successful.
Marzano Best Practices Tip #10 is about helping your learners do more than simply complete a reading or listen to a lecture, and instead truly understand and practice a new concept.
Meet Joanna Steele! Sr. Curriculum Writer located at our Texas office.
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