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While summer school is months away, it’s not too early to begin making your district’s plans.
There’s so much to celebrate this month! Edmentum has fun and free resources to celebrate Black History Month, Presidents’ Day, Safer Internet Day and more!
As the new year and semester start, it's a great opportunity to think about the past year, set goals for the future, and get back into your routine after a restful holiday break. We've gathered some fun resources to help you make the most of January. Check them out!
If you are using Study Island in your classroom, your students have access to a program that they can use anytime, from anywhere with an internet connection. Here are four ways that you can use Study Island to keep your students practicing and learning during remote learning days.
Check out our free guides, blogs, worksheets and other resources to ensure students are growing, accelerating, and meeting grade level expectations.
The gamification of educational tools is a big movement among software developers and other providers of classroom supplements.
We as teachers often get caught up in an alphabet soup of acronyms and instructional labels. Sifting through these and using them appropriately becomes second nature, but what happens when we
My youngest niece graduates from high school in a couple of months, and in talking with her about the future, I had a chance to reflect on my preparation for college, specifically on the admissions
For many of us, testing season and spring break are over. Back at school, end-of-the-year activities are ramping up with thoughts of summer vacation not far away.
For the past couple of years, Minecraft has been the most popular computer game going.
The Common Core State Standards have brought a welcome focus to literacy skills, emphasizing concepts of reading and writing across the curriculum with greater success than in the past.
As the school year ends, the dreaded summer learning slide awaits.
Across the nation, implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) is in full swing.
We’ve all been in the faculty meeting or professional development training where the speaker isn’t engaging enough, the data is too obtuse, and the PowerPoint slide deck seems to go on forever.
One of the revolutionary technologies to come about in the Internet age has been the ready availability of incredibly accurate maps to anyone, teachers included.
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