Our enhancements cover three major aspects of Courseware: program management, reporting, and curriculum. Let’s dig into how we’ve focused on improving and enriching your overarching experience, thereby increasing efficiency in daily program management and ensuring the highest-quality curricula for your students.
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Ketsia Hamilton has spent over 15 years in education. She taught high school social studies, facilitated credit bearing online learning programs, and supported technology integration staff development at secondary campuses in Texas. Ketsia has served as a Senior Specialist for curriculum and implementation with Edmentum and as the National Assessment Consultant concentrating on assessment policy and research to support the assessment product lines. She is currently Edmentum's Senior Product Manager, focusing on our Courseware program.
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The new Gradebook Report Card provides a detailed view of student performance, and it can be used as a tool when communicating progress with a variety of stakeholders, including parents and counselors, during the semester or when conferencing with students.
It's been a busy summer for our Courseware team at Edmentum, as we recently completed several enhancements in response to feedback you've continued to share with our teams through Seehive, satisfaction surveys, onsite visits, and usability studies. We used the data to inform the redesign and development of Courseware, and we remain committed to listening to our education partners. We are excited to share the new enhancements and eager to work together as you prepare to head into the new school year!
Did you know that algebra is one of the most failed courses for high school students? To learn what students need to achieve success, we conducted extensive research around best practices in delivering online math instruction, and designed our new algebra course to meet those needs.
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