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June 2016

Summer Professional Development Without Conferences and Meetings

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by scott.sterling

Summer is a time for relaxation, but teachers still want to keep their minds active and grow their practice. Here are a four ideas for summer professional development that can be done at home, on the beach, or by the pool.

5 Strategies for Classroom Time Management with Study Island

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by shannon.labree

Study Island can be a great tool to help teachers structure their busy school day schedules and maximize time with students.

[EdOptions Academy] Getting to Know Our Teachers

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by misty.jacobs@edmentum.com

The teachers who facilitate our EdOptions Academy virtual courses are licensed, experienced, in-state teachers with a passion for what do and a love of learning just like your traditional classroom teachers!

Study Island Year in Review: Our Top Updates & Enhancements

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by ashlee.tatum@edmentum.com

From enhanced reporting to new classroom engagement features, it has been a big year for Study Island! Here is a brief recap of the new features and functionality released during the previous school year.

6 Fun and Educational Activities to Do With Your Child This Summer

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by megan.sternke@edmentum.com

Looking for inspiration to keep your child's mind active this summer? These activities merge fun and learning by incorporating games, crafting, science, language arts, and much more!

[ISTE 2016] Defining & Implementing Blended Learning

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by mark.radcliffe@edmentum.com

Join us at ISTE 2016 for a presentation on the kind of truly customized instruction that a blended learning program can enable.

Educators’ Summer Reading List, 2016 Edition

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by scott.sterling

Check out these five books that will not only keep you entertained at the beach, but also help to develop yourself as an educator!

[Classroom Management] Implementing Tech Tools without the Headaches

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by madison.michell

It's always exciting to start using new tech tools in the classroom - and just a little daunting. With careful planning, a few organizational tricks, and plenty of practice, you can feel confident about implementing these resources without any fear or frustration!

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