Online Learning

[Digital Learning Day] Embracing the Shift Toward Online and Blended Learning

by
Winnie O'Leary

Thanks to technology, content can be available for student learning on a 24/7 basis. Individual needs and learning styles can be addressed more successfully, and learners become more responsible and accountable for their own education. This Digital Learning Day, let’s look at online learning through the eyes of a classroom teacher and consider how teaching practices must evolve to meet the needs of today’s unique learners.

Three Key Factors for Student Success in a Virtual Program

by
Ana Dowling

Virtual classes can open the academic world to students in all levels of education. However, when starting an online class students must be aware of three key factors that will help them succeed.

Implementing Effective Strategies for English Language Learners - Part IV

by
Shari Rios

A few months ago, I began a series, Putting Theory into Practice: Implementing Effective Strategies for English Language Learners.

Giving Students Hope

by
Scott Lobdell

The Story of Beacon High Alternative School in Collier County, Florida

Local Libraries in Virtual Education

by
Scott Lobdell

In 2003 I oversaw the implementation of the Palm Beach County School District’s virtual credit recovery program and was approached by the Palm Beach County Library System and the West Palm Beach Municipal Recreation Department.

Seven tips for a flexible virtual program

by
Kristin Flynn

The start of the school year can bring many challenges: struggling students, scheduling conflicts, teacher shortages, and the list goes on.

One Look at the Future of Learning

by
Kristin Flynn

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.

Edmentum’s Vision for EdOptions Academy

by
Eric Swanson

Last week I was talking to a middle school math teacher about one of her students, and how he was struggling with calculating ratios and really needed more support and help.

The Other Side of Online Learning: Online Teaching

by
Kristin Flynn

What sometimes gets a little overlooked in discussions of online learning and its effectiveness is the role of online teaching, and the professional development resources required to fully

Blended Learning

by
Kristin Flynn

As online learning continues to grow at a rapid pace, it is important to understand how this shift will impact schools across the country. 

Using Online Curriculum for a Credit Recovery Program: Part 2

by
Scott Lobdell

Scott Lobdell, Virtual Consultant at Edmentum, continues his series on creating a successful credit recovery program.

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