This school year is already proving that it will be one accompanied by a revolving door of students moving in and out of quarantine as exposures and positive COVID-19 cases run rampant.
Madison Michell has been a member of the Edmentum team since 2014 and currently serves as a Marketing Manager. As a former Kindergarten and 3rd grade teacher during her time as a Teach For America corps member, she believes education truly has the power to transform lives. She is passionate about connecting educators with online programs, best practices, and research that improve teaching and learning for today's students.
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As a former 3rd grade and kindergarten teacher myself, I quickly saw the error of my ways whenever I didn’t effectively teach and uphold my expectations for classroom management. And, at the end of some particularly exhausting days, I recognized the need for a change in approach. It’s in that reflection that I quickly discovered even my fiercest rulebreakers would get lost in a good read-aloud. So, read aloud we did! I’ve since searched far and wide for my favorite books to teach rules and expectations and build a strong classroom community, and here is a list of 10 of those top picks!
For current Exact Path customers, we know you’re putting the power of our adaptive diagnostic assessment to work 2-4 times a year to automatically create high-quality learning paths that include content arranged along a valid progression of K-12 curriculum. Now, we want to give you even more flexibility to search for additional content, build just-in-time assignments, and drive meaningful intervention.
Intervention and remediation (also commonly referred to as reteaching) have the same fundamental goal: supporting struggling students with focused learning opportunities to achieve academic success. But still, the differences between these two flavors of instruction are critical to determining what sort of environment, time, and approach might be required to best serve your students. We’ll take a closer look at defining these terms and provide guidance on when and where they might fit into your instructional day.