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Sarah Cornelius is a Senior Marketing Specialist at Edmentum and has been with the company since 2014. In her role, she works to provide educators with engaging and insightful resources. Sarah received her B.S. in Professional Communications and Emerging Media from the University of Wisconsin - Stout.
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Here are five courses from Edmentum’s EdOptions Academy that will pique students’ interest—and with the support of our highly qualified, state-certified online teachers, help them make real progress towards academic and career goals over the summer!
[Partner Spotlight] How Courseware and EdOptions Academy Support Clearview Horizon’s Holistic, Whole-Child Residential Program
During the teenage years, academics can offer many pathways into successful adulthood—whether students’ next steps include enrolling in college, beginning a career, or joining the
[COVID-19 School Closures] How Educators Can Address Special Populations, Accountability, Staff Training and More When Implementing e-Learning
As schools and districts make the shift to online learning in response the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are faced with lots of questions about how best to ensure that every student continues making
Best Practices for Teachers Making the Switch to Virtual Instruction: Q&A with Online Education Experts
For many educators and students, the virtual format is their day-to-day normal, and now is the time to lean on their experience and advice. That’s why we convened a group of four online learning experts for an interactive, Q&A-driven webinar on what traditional classroom teachers can do to make the shift to online teaching as smooth and effective as possible:
Successful e-learning days—especially when they need to be implemented for any kind of extended period—requires educators, students, and families to adjust to new routines. Parents and other caregivers can offer some of the most important guidance students need to find the right online learning approaches, remain accountable for their work, and get extra help when needed. Here are five things parents and caregivers can do to help their child be successful when learning online: