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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.

Research at Edmentum: Using Exact Path to Drive Growth for English Language Learners

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Shannan LaMalfa

Meeting the diverse needs of English language learners is a key challenge for administrators and classroom teachers. Edmentum Exact Path was designed to support the kind of individualized instruction these students need, and now the program's efficacy has been backed up with a WIDA PRIME V2 correlation!

Research at Edmentum: Teaming Up with Marzano Research to Understand How Study Island Drives Student Growth

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Shannan LaMalfa

If you are a fan of Dr. Robert J. Marzano, you probably have some idea of why I was so excited to write this blog post. Marzano is a leading researcher in education.

Research at Edmentum: Supporting Our 4 Commitments to Customers

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Sarah Cornelius

Our in-house research team is solely focused on conducting valid and reliable research on each of our products that is meaningful, improves teaching and learning, and supports the development of fair and equitable learning environments.

Do You Have What it Takes to be an Ed Geek?

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Jeff Mcleod

When I was in graduate school many years ago, the psychology majors were the cool kids.

Thinking Clearly about Test Validity

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Jeff Mcleod

All too frequently I come across a research paper in which the author asks (and answers) the important question of test validity this way:  “Smith and Jones (2011) found that Skitch's test of fluen