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September 2016

Meet Our Employees: Jasmine Auger

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by carly.bursik@edmentum.com

Meet Jasmine Auger! Associate Marketer located at our Minnesota office.

[Digital Literacy] 4 Tips for Parents to Teach Kids About Responsible Technology Use

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by megan.sternke@edmentum.com

Working with your child to understand how to use technology thoughtfully and respectfully is key to helping them take full advantage of its benefits.

4 Key Elements of 21st Century Classroom Design

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by mckenna.wierman@edmentum.com

There are lots of great ideas to break out of the traditional classroom design mold and create a space that supports personalized learning and fosters 21st century skills.

Fire Prevention Week: Free Classroom Resources!

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by madison.michell

Fire Prevention Week is October 9th through 15th! Celebrate with this free toolkit from Edmentum's EducationCity, featuring preK-6th grade fact sheets, activities, and critical thinking exercises!

3 Questions to Ask Before Implementing Personalized Learning

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by scott.sterling

Looking to start a personalized learning initiative in your classroom, school, or district. Ask yourself these three questions to start designing your program!

5 Ways to Use Formative Assessment Data to Guide Learning

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by mckenna.wierman@edmentum.com

Using the data you gather during your formative assessments means being intentional about planning what actions you will take to make sure that your instruction is matching students’ needs.

Study Island Feature Focus: Custom Material How-To Guide

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by shannon.labree

Custom Material helps you individualize instruction and make Study Island work within your unique classroom curriculum by giving you the option to create your own lesson content and questions.

Reading Eggs Feature Focus: Placement Tests & Individualized Lessons

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by madison.michell

If you’ve spent some time in Reading Eggs or Reading Eggspress, you probably already know just how easy it is to get started. Today, we’ll take a look at the functionality that’s in place to ensure your students acquire learning incrementally at a pace that’s just right for them.

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