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June 2017

What to Consider Before Teaching Abroad

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by scott.sterling

With perks like travel opportunities and the draw of a cheaper standard of living, it's no wonder lots of educators consider teaching abroad. Here's three things to consider before making the leap.

First-Year Teachers: 6 Tips to Survive and Thrive

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by brittany.becker

So, you've landed your first teaching job - congrats! Ready for a chaotic, fun, occasionally terrifying, but undoubtedly fulfilling roller coaster of a year? Check out these six tips for success!

Lexile Reading Levels in Edmentum Exact Path: Tips to Organize Your Classroom Library

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by shannan.lamalfa@edmentum.com

Summer means re-setting and reorganizing for teachers. Find out how we've partnered with Meta Metrics to include Lexile Reading levels in Edmentum Exact Path, and how that can help you as you work on sprucing up your classroom library for next year!

Curriculum Alignment: What to Look for When Evaluating Educational Resources

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by pete.rogan

Educators have no shortage of options when it comes to online resources and curriculum. How can you identify the good ones? We've developed a six-dimensional model for evaluation.

By the Numbers: The Landscape of Elementary Education

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by sarah.cornelius@edmentum.com

Elementary education is about much more than the basic “3 R’s” of reading, writing, and arithmetic. We’re digging into three important questions related to the elementary landscape today by taking a close look at what the latest facts and statistics say.

[Product Update] Exciting New Enhancements Coming to Courseware

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by ketsia.hamilton

Edmentum Courseware is introducing new features designed to enhance the way educators utilize data, support students, and communicate results with various stakeholders.

Dos and Don’ts of Social Media for Teachers

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by scott.sterling

For many teacher, social media in the classroom sounds like a minefield. But with some common sense and creativity, social networks can be a positive experience in a teacher’s professional life.

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