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We're continuing our series on special education by focusing on how edtech is changing the landscape and opening new doors for students with a wide variety of disabilities.
In this series, we are going to take a close look at special education by delving into some of its exceptional challenges as well as its supreme benefits. We will start by introducing the IDEA legislation and its system of classifying students with disabilities.
Edmentum Sensei for Study Island is designed to help educators identify patterns, measure progress, and obtain actionable insights into their students' needs.
In an effort to promote student-centered learning and accountability, student-led conferences are becoming more and more common.
Adult learners all have unique needs, and also bring with them real-world challenges like transportation, child care, and financial obligations. Here are three key areas educators can focus on to address their adult learners' needs and keep them engaged.
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
Katherine Vatnsdal spent her summer interning in our Sales Operations Department. Find out more about Katherine and her experiences at Edmentum!
There is a growing body of research to support the effectiveness of games and gamification in education. Here, we've put together four key things that parents should know about games and learning.
In December, Dr. John B. King, Jr. will take over as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Education. So, who is King? And should we expect change or a continuation of current policies during his tenure?
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