Here is a look back on our top 13 blog posts and series of 2013…
- An Educator’s Guide to RTI and Funding. Michelle Lee, Edmentum’s head of government relations and consulting, brings us through a five-part blog series on how to leverage funding streams to run an effective interventionprogram --Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V.
- Smartphones? Tablets? BYOD? 1:1? Check out our many resources on how to go mobile in the classroom.
- Are K-12 students ready to begin taking high-stakes exams online? Explore our blog series on assessments and the changes they are bringing in the coming year -- Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV.
- We’re Edmentum, and we’re redefining the 21st century classroom with technology designed at the core of learning.
- Analyzing your data just got easier with Edmentum Sensei. We created a window to your world and unveiled this new platform at ISTE.
- Common Core is one of the hottest topics in education, and we shared our roadmap for Common Core, as well as a plethora of posts surrounding Common Core resources, tips, tools, and more.
- What’s data got to do with it? Explore with Ketsia Hamilton, our assessment consultant, in her blog series, “The Educator as Analyst” -- Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV.
- Edmentum’s very own “mover and shaker,” Michelle Lee, shares insight on prominent individuals, relevant events, good reads, and more in her ongoing series, “Movers and Shakers in Education.”
- Our ESL guru, Shari Rios, puts theory into practice with her series on implementing effective strategies for English language learners.
- Our legislative liaison, Nyla Benjamin, keeps the pulse on state and federal education legislation and funding and reports the impact in her blog series.
- It is never too early or too late, for that matter, to think about high-stakes tests. Explore four ways to boost high-stakes testing scores.
- Recognize the reality of differentiation in the classroom with our real-world differentiation strategies.
- Guest blogger Scott Sterling reveals “ideas worth spreading” with four great TED talks to share with your students.
We strive to be your resource for education technology and provide you with what you need to be successful in the 21st century classroom. We invite you to share topics in the comments below for what you’d like to see on our blog in 2014.