January 2017

Things You Can Do Now to Prepare Students for Testing

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by scott.sterling

Beyond following the curriculum and practicing the standards, here are three common sense ideas for test day to make sure your students are set up for success!

7 Strategies for Supporting ELLs in the Mainstream Classroom

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by regina.waddell

During my career as a classroom teacher, there was never a time that I did not have English Language Learners (ELLs) in my class.

5 TED Talks Every Teacher Should Share with Their Students

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by megan.sternke@edmentum.com

These five TED Talks highlight outstanding kids who are pursuing their passions and making a difference. Share them with you students to encourage them to do the same!

[Adult + HigherEd] Expanding Allied Health Education with Edmentum & Carone Learning

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by sarah.cornelius@edmentum.com

Many of today’s fastest-growing careers are in the allied health field. That’s why we’re excited to announce a new partnership with Carone Learning, a leading provider of online health, physical education, elective, and career courses, to help you expand options for your adult learners!

Improving Graduation Rates: 10 Quick Tips for Effective Credit Recovery Programs

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by sarah.cornelius@edmentum.com

A high school diploma is more vital today than ever before.

How Teachers Can Introduce and Implement Academic Parent-Teacher Teams in the Classroom

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by mckenna.wierman@edmentum.com

The Academic Parent-Teacher Teams (APTT) model isn’t just the latest trend in classrooms across the country; it’s a great way to refresh the traditional parent-teacher conference in a way that’s productive and beneficial for you, your students, and their caregivers.

Avoid Another #PinterestFail with These No-Fuss Classroom Anchor Chart Tips

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by madison.michell

We all know THAT teacher. The one who’s handwriting looks like a font and never slants off the page.

How Teachers Can Help Students Cope with Test Anxiety

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by sarah.cornelius@edmentum.com

Teachers and students alike devote a lot of time and effort to preparing for high-stakes tests because they know a lot is riding on them. For some students, this understanding leads to painful test anxiety. Here are seven tips to help struggling students overcome their testing fears.

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