The beginning of second semester, when needs and challenges are well-known, is a great time to pilot a program that can lead to meaningful improvements in student outcomes. Think of it like a halftime change to the game plan—you know what everyone showed up with, and you’re ready to make adjustments. Here are four reasons to consider a second semester pilot of one of Edmentum’s online learning programs.
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Daryl has invested over 20 years positively impacting learners. He has spent time as a classroom teacher which gave way to school administration. For over 12 years, Daryl has grown as a leader through roles as assessment and curriculum coordinator, Technology Director, Master Teacher, and lastly as Director of Education for online programs in Minnesota, USA. He continues to impact the lives of learners through a successful consulting division within Edmentum. Leading a talented and experienced group of consultants on global projects impacting programing, leadership, culture, and technology. He has found his happy place collaborating with educators and building dreams to meet learners' needs in diverse and equitable ways.
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The reporting within Edmentum Courseware offers all the tools necessary to support learners in their journey through the content. It may not be their first choice; it might even be their last option. But, at some point, it’s just the educator and the learner together. Here are a few tools and strategies for using Edmentum Courseware that engage an educator and learner in data-driven decisions to lead learners to success and help educators meet all learner’s needs.
In simplest terms, educators strive to identify with learners, see the world from their point of view, offer an objective or goal, apply a credibility statement, set a plan in motion, and follow up with a plan. This can, as I have seen it happen, put an educator and learner on a path to success in most educational settings but especially in one involving digital curriculum and self-paced learning.