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2016 Year In Review: Edmentum’s Top 10 Blog Posts

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Sarah Cornelius

We're taking a look back at the many happenings in the world of education in 2016 by sharing our top 10 most popular blog posts of the past year. We hope they help you glean a few new tips, tricks, and strategies to add to your toolbox!

[Student Engagement] Motivating Elementary Students to Learn Over Winter Break with EducationCity

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Regina Waddell

Looking for a way to keep your students learning over the winter break? With EducationCity you can skip the homework packets and provide your students with online learning activities that they will be excited to complete!

[Student Engagement] Using Plato Courseware for Winter Break Concept Recovery

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Regina Waddell

With Plato Courseware, you can work with struggling students over the winter break to help them master the topics they struggled with in the first semester and possibly earn some extra credit to boost their grades.

[Student Engagement] Extending Learning Over the Winter Break with Study Island

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Regina Waddell

Study Island is an excellent resource to keep your students working over the break without the hassles of traditional take-home packets. Here are two of our favorite strategies!

Our Latest Rock Star: Bilhartz Elementary

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Scott Sterling

In many ways, Bilhartz Elementary in Dallas, Texas, can be thought of as a peek into the future of American education.

[Edmentum’s Commitment] How Our Vision for Plato Courseware Supports Successful Student Outcomes

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Brianna Pyka

At Edmentum, we are committed to working with you to meet students’ needs by expanding your definition of online curriculum, building an implementation plan tailored to your goals, and providing ongoing opportunities to help you continuously improve the learning environment in your school or district.

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: Creating Independent Thinkers and Fostering Problem Solvers

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Brianna Pyka

We're taking a look back at what we learned during the 2016 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.

Reflecting on iNACOL 2016: How Can We Achieve Equity in Personalized Learning?

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Madison Michell

We're taking a look back at what we learned during the 2016 iNACOL Blended and Online Learning Symposium.

[Online Courses] Edmentum’s New Middle School Science Courses

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Scott Bredael

Our new middle school science courses are built from the ground up to align with the Next Generation Science Standards and emphasize scientific inquiry, hands-on learning, and real-world application.

[Formative Assessment] How to Take the Pulse of Your Classroom with Study Island Group Sessions

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Stephanie Abbott

Study Island's Group Session feature is a great tool for quick formative assessment to determine students' understanding and make instructional decisions in real-time.

[Edmentum’s Commitment] Announcing Our New Individualized Learning Solution!

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Kara Marolt

For us at Edmentum, our Individualized Learning Solution has taken us into new territory. It’s one part norm-referenced, adaptive diagnostics; one part learning path; and one part teacher timesaver—and we think that’s a pretty powerful combination.

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