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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

Technology in the Classroom: 21 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Educators

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Sarah Cornelius

Whether you’re looking to spice up your current lessons, catch students’ waning attention before the next break, or start planning ahead for tactics to try next year, we want to help you put all of the strategies, resources, and inspiration circulating in the education community to full use!

[Summer Learning] Building Real-World Health & Fitness Skills with Online Courses Powered by Carone Learning

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Brianna Pyka

Edmentum's recently expanded library of online health and fitness courses powered by Carone Learning can help educators provide students with engaging, applicable summer learning experiences to catch up, get ahead, or fulfill graduation requirements.

Edmentum’s Commitment to Quality Content: Highlighting our State & Third Party Course Approvals

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Brianna Pyka

We work hard to make sure our Plato Courseware online courses are up to date with relevant standards, and regularly submit our courses to be reviewed by state departments of education and independent national review organizations to be placed on both recommended and required course lists.

9 Best Practices for Getting Started with BYOD

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Sarah Cornelius

Bring your own device programs are becoming more and more popular among schools and districts as a way to better leverage technology and online learning without the financial commitment of a 1:1 mobile program.

Customization, Curriculum, and Collaboration: Going Beyond the Stereotypes of Online Learning

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Shannan LaMalfa

Online courses are a flexible tool that teachers can utilize to meet a variety of student needs, taking a variety of different approaches.

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