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Blended Learning

Are You Using These Three Features in Edmentum Courseware to Support Blended Learning?

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Jessica King

We’re all guilty of getting a little too comfortable in our routines from time to time. The way that educators use classroom technology is no exception.

Live Webinar: Which Blended Learning Model Works for You?

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Regina Waddell

Join us for a live webinar to learn about the different blended learning models and how to go about getting started with the approach that's right for your classroom, school, or district!

Digital Curriculum and Generation Z: The Research Behind the Learning Style of Today’s Students

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Shannan LaMalfa

Learning preferences are more shaped by generational differences than you may expect. Our research team recently released a new white paper on the Research Base and Instructional Design of Edmentum Digital Curriculum that details how our online courses support the unique needs of today's learners.

[Feature Focus] Discover Study Island Printable Worksheets to Continue Learning Offline

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Madison Michell

We’ve all been there at one time or another—stuck in a situation where the computer lab is booked or the laptop cart doesn’t have enough classroom devices.

[Feature Focus] Edmentum Courseware Pacing, Progress, and Performance

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Ketsia Hamilton

This summer, we released several enhancements to the Edmentum Courseware application, including b

Implementing New Technology in the Elementary Classroom

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McKenna Wierman

With a bit of preparation, a little patience, and some power strips, you can help your students get comfortable with using devices and online programs in your elementary classroom.

[Feature Focus] Edmentum Courseware's New Science Courses

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Christy Spivey

At its core, the discipline of science is all about exploring, observing, collecting data, explaining patterns, making predictions, and drawing conclusions.

[Blended Learning] How to Start Station Rotation Without 1:1 Devices

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Regina Waddell

You can implement a station rotation model in your classroom with just a few Internet-connected devices, even if no one else in your building is using a blended learning approach. Ready to get started? Follow these steps to plan your first lesson.

[Feature Focus] EducationCity Standards Map

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Madison Michell

We designed the EducationCity Standards Map feature with teacher usability in mind, to help you access the program's thousands of high-quality, standards-aligned instructional resources in just a few clicks.

Flip Your Classroom in 6 Simple Steps

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Regina Waddell

Flipping your classroom is a great strategy to help personalize learning and provide more one-on-one time for your students. And, it doesn’t have to be time consuming or complicated! Follow these six easy steps, and you’ll be up and running in no time.

[Feature Focus] EducationCity Learn Screens

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Madison Michell

As an educator, do weekends during the school year start to look a little like this

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