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There comes a point when a district has done all it can to prepare students for end-of-year testing, but that time is the morning before the test.
The quick switch to distance learning has had many educators feeling as if they’re back to their first year of teaching. Luckily, the idea of learning online is nothing new.
It’s a new year, and a fresh semester!
This is the million-dollar question we hear over and over again—and for good reason! The time available in the school day is finite; every minute counts.
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
Marzano Best Practices Tip #8 is all about knowing your students.
Over 5 million students have had an “official” opportunity to experience how the new PARCC and SBAC assessments will operate, while educators and district leaders are evaluating their preparedness to administer online assessments.
As a Recruiter I have had the opportunity to interview the good, the bad and the ugly. How do you become a good interviewer and not one of the candidates to consistently get passed over? Through thousands of phone conversations with potential candidates, I have identified a simple list of what to do and certainly what not to do, with a couple of classic examples for enjoyment purposes.
Meet Thomas Boe! Sr. Manager of Instructional Design located at our Minnesota office.
Our team has recently returned from ISTE 2014, and we wanted to take a moment to fill you in on a few things we learned during our time in Atlanta.
How are states determining which of the three high school equivalency exams they will adopt?
The inside scoop on our development team here at Edmentum!
Meet Dan Ray! Senior Curriculum Writer located at our Texas office.
No two online special education programs are the same. Make sure you are choosing one that will fit your district’s or school’s needs by considering these questions.
Active, insightful, adaptive—these are just a few of the ways that we describe a form of intervention whose goal is to intervene before learners fail, rather than reteaching learners after the fact.
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