Let’s take a look into what the AAP’s recommendations on children's use of media are and how Calvert Learning keeps them in mind when designing online curriculum.
We’ve assembled our best resources when it comes to the parts of being a teacher that you may not have learned about in college—classroom management, setting up your classroom for success, unique teaching strategies to try, professional development, and tips straight from our community of professional educators on Facebook.
Virtual Learning Program Planning: 6 Ways to Design an Application Process That Sets Up Students for Success
Schools and districts can provide valuable flexibility, autonomy, and expanded course options by creating a virtual program, but making sure that the right students are connected with the opportunity needs to be the first step. Check out these tips from virtual program administrators around the country who have developed vetting and application processes that lead to successful student outcomes.
In this video, we’re exploring standard deviation—the statistics term you may (or may not) remember but will find handy when it comes to analyzing your assessment data! Let’s take a closer look at what standard deviation is, and then how you can use it to make sense of your data, starting with a simple definition.
A new school year always brings the promise of new lessons to be learned, new experiences, and new adventures --no matter how many years a teacher has spent in the classroom. That’s why it’s important to stay informed on what’s new with the ever-changing landscape of education. Check out five things to keep an eye on in education this year, read up on advice for first-year principals, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.