Online Learning

Simple Tips to Create a Blended Learning Classroom

by
Jasmine Auger

Starting a blended learning initiative in your school or classroom doesn't have to be complicated! We've put together five easy ways to get started.

FETC 2016: A Recap

by
Scott Sterling

The Future of Education Technology Conference was held a couple of weeks ago in Orlando. Here are four of our key takeaways.

3 Reasons to Use Tech in Your Test Prep Efforts

by
Sarah Cornelius

Online solutions can help boost your students' confidence and improve achievement this testing season. Check out these top three reasons to embrace technology as a part of your test prep program!

Keeping Pace 2015: Exploring the State of Digital Learning

by
John Watson

Evergreen Education CEO will be joining us for an upcoming live webinar to discuss key findings of the latest annual Keeping Pace with K-12 Digital Learning report.

Blended Learning: Top 10 FAQs

by
Jasmine Auger

Is a blended learning model right for your school or district? Our Virtual Program Manager Tony Skauge has answered the 10 most frequently asked questions receive about what blended learning is and how to plan and implement an initiative.

Graduation Rates & Credit Recovery: By the Numbers

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Shane Dennison

In this post, we will look at where the statistics regarding graduation rates in our country actually stand, why this issue needs to remain a priority, and the current role of credit recovery programs.

Hot Off the Press! Secondary At-Risk Students’ Online Course Self-Confidence Levels

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Shane Dennison

Our state and federal programs manager, Shane Dennison, recently published a book detailing his research on at-risk students' self-confidence levels and outcomes in online courses. Read on for a sneak peek at the book and four strategies to improve student outcomes that Shane's research uncovered!

Five Ways to Improve Student Achievement with Virtual Courses

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Sarah Cornelius

A well-implemented virtual program can bring many benefits to your school, district, and students. Here, we’ve put together the top five ways you can use virtual courses to improve student achievement.

[Middle School ELA Courses] The Design Process and New Features

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Thomas Boe

In the fall of 2014, the Plato Courseware team started working on a brand-new series of courses for middle school English. They needed to dig into what strategies, tactics, features, voice, etc., work most effectively to engage middle school students, especially in English language arts (ELA).

[6 Tips] Budgeting for Next Year

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Sarah Cornelius

With the current school year coming into its final stretch, it’s time to start planning and budgeting for next year. We’ve put together these six tips to help you get a jumpstart and make the most of your technology budget for the upcoming year!

Five Tips for a Successful Online Credit Recovery Program

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Sarah Cornelius

As more and more jobs require some kind of post-secondary training, a high school diploma will only become more necessary. Online credit recovery programs can be a great solution to help students falling behind in credits (or at risk of it) to get back on track and graduate on time.

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