There has been a nationwide push to include real-world experience earlier in students’ educational path. But how can you provide this experience as educators?
Help your students take their next step. CTE ensures future success by:
At Edmentum, we understand that you are constantly striving to meet increasing standards with fewer dollars. The following best practices can be used to provide high-quality, laser-focused instruction for your special education students, regardless of the instruction model used. Here are few best practices for special education teams.
Windsor High School in Windsor, CT was recently recognized as an Edmentum Rock Star School. The Edmentum Rock Star School program recognizes outstanding schools and their inventive and effective uses of the full range of Edmentum learning solutions.
The start of the school year can bring many challenges: struggling students, scheduling conflicts, teacher shortages, and the list goes on. Virtual courses bring the flexibility you need to keep your students on track, ease a chaotic schedule, and provide course offerings that might not be possible in the traditional classroom.
Abilene’s director of the extended school program, Heath Wright, was brought on board beginning with the 2010-11 school year to build and deliver a new extended school program to students that included—but also went beyond— credit recovery. After the 2009-2010 school year, Abilene Independent School District was rated “academi
Mobile learning is a growing trend in classrooms, creating a more flexible, collaborative, and interactive learning experience in schools and districts. Mobile devices are changing the way that educators teach and students process the information, and they have become an assumed part of the education equation.
Who are your STEM advocates? Fellow teachers? Administrators? Parents? There are a lot of possibilities. But Change the Equation (CTEq) is thinking beyond the immediate education community and envisions the potential that creating private sector advocates can have on STEM education.
We've been talking about mobile learning for quite a while now. But more important, we've also been developing mobile-optimized courses and assessments, while we also re-engineer our existing resources to enable them for mobile access.
In an interesting new infographic, KnowledgeWorks articulates its view of the future of learning and provides a provocative vision of the ways in which learning might evolve.