November 2016

Creating Entrepreneurs in the Classroom

by scott.sterling

Teach your students valuable 21st century skills including creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking by incorporating entrepreneurship in your curriculum!

Edtech and Personalized Learning: How Teachers Can Influence the Purchasing Process

by ryan.hagedorn@edmentum.com

You’ve found the perfect technology to support personalized learning in your classroom. But, you're not the person managing the checkbook. How can teachers build their argument to get a new solution in the classroom?

Edmentum’s Exact Path and Our Commitment to Quality Content

by pete.rogan

As we designed our new Individualized Learning Solution, we kept all four of our core commitments - to quality content, simple technology, actionable data, and customer success - top of mind.

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: Setting Goals to Empower Students and Meet Individual Needs

by shannon.labree

We're taking a look back at what we learned during the 2016 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.

Internship Experience at Edmentum: McKenna Wierman

by carly.bursik@edmentum.com

McKenna Wierman spent her summer interning in our Marketing Department. Find more out about McKenna and her experiences at Edmentum!

[Parent Tips] How Cultivating Gratitude Improves Your Child’s Well-Being and Achievement

by elaine.ho@edmentum.com

Research shows that students who regularly practice gratitude not only end up more optimistic and with higher life satisfaction, but they also become more motivated to help others and use their strengths to contribute to society.

Create Standards-based Common Assessments More Quickly and Easily Using Study Island Test Builder

by regina.waddell

Common assessments have a tremendous impact on student learning. Study Island's Test Builder helps teachers collaborate to efficiently create and administer these assessments in the classroom.

[Curriculum Planning] Common and New Components of Lesson Plans

by scott.sterling

There’s no right or wrong way to go about lesson planning, but starting with some kind of framework makes the process much smoother.