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Ever feel like your weekend is basically one extended lesson planning session?
Today’s educators have access to a wide variety of student data, but are you getting the right data?
Classroom management is often thought of as a elementary-level concern. But, what about high school classrooms? Here are eight strategies to manage the drama, curriculum demands, and real-world struggles high school students face.
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While the stakes might not be as high, there is still valuable work to be done that can set your students up for success next year and beyond, as long as they can focus. Here are some things to consider for a productive post-assessment period.
Every year, we celebrate Space Day on the first Friday in May.
We know that planning for the 2018-2019 school year is top of mind for district and school administrators this time of year. To support you in the planning process, we've assembled a curated list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined in many ESSA plans.
Our research team here at Edmentum was honored to have Marzano Research peer review a research project that we conducted for our classroom practice and assessment program, Study Island. Through that review, Marzano confirmed our findings about the effectiveness of Study Island, and we also uncovered four best practices to help students get the most out of online practice.
When I taught 5th grade, one of the topics that I loved teaching my students the most was the Civil Rights Movement.
Picture this: you’re a first-year teacher, and you have just finished teaching a lesson on area and perimeter and have moved on to small groups.
Can we take a minute to be real for a second here?
Improving outcomes for ELLs continues to be an important topic in education and even more so as of late, as federal requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) require an English language proficiency (ELP) indicator in all state plans. One scaffold that teachers can use to help their ELLs communicate more clearly and confidently is using sentence frames.
Teachers across America are turning to the rock band OK Go to bring science concepts to life in a fun and interactive way.
As your curriculum runs down and anxiety ramps up, you may think that there’s nothing more you can do to prepare your students for test day. But, there are always ways to help students.
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