November 2016

[Edmentum’s Commitment] Expanding Study Island’s Partnership with NWEA MAP Link for Grades 9-12

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by shannon.labree

By extending the partnership between our Study Island formative assessment solution and NWEA MAP Link, grade 9-12 educators can now easily pinpoint students' strengths and weaknesses and instruction instruction for their needs.

Do You Have What it Takes to be an Ed Geek?

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by jeff.mcleod@edmentum.com

When I was in graduate school many years ago, the psychology majors were the cool kids.

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: Creating Independent Thinkers and Fostering Problem Solvers

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by brianna.pyka@edmentum.com

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

[Parent Tips] Fostering Your Child's Interests

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by shannon.labree

By taking the time to explore and encourage interests, you set the stage not only for your child to experience academic success, but also for them to determine their passions, take ownership over their learning, and choose a fulfilling career path.

Beyond the Election: 3 Ways to Incorporate Civic Education

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by ana.dowling

With a much-publicized presidential election just around the corner, politics, citizenship, and civic engagement are top of mind right now. Let's dive in to the subject of civic education and how it can be consistently incorporated at school and home!

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: How Can We Achieve Equity in Personalized Learning?

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by madison.michell

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

[Online Courses] Edmentum’s New Middle School Science Courses

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by scott.bredael@edmentum.com

Our new middle school science courses are built from the ground up to align with the Next Generation Science Standards and emphasize scientific inquiry, hands-on learning, and real-world application.

10 Steps to Creating Personalized Learning Plans for Students

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by madison.michell

The value in creating unique student profiles for each of your learners (often referred to as personalized learning plans or PLPs) is self-evident.

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