Edmentum’s core values are centered on love, diversity, and inclusion. Similarly, the rainbow flag and symbol for Pride includes a collection of colors that both reflect the immense diversity and unity of the LGBTQ community. As we continue to reflect on the deeper meaning of these colors, we also outwardly share them in our logo this month across all of Edmentum’s social channels as a sign of unity, support, and respect.
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This semester, Edmentum is happy to introduce enhancements to Courseware such as: read-only instructor access, the ability to schedule reports, an easier way to approve credits, and augmented reality activities available in our Biology A/B course!
Watching a group of twenty educators from across the country and in all kinds of different classroom and administrative roles come together over the span of just two days is a cool experience. Before this group parted ways, we asked them to reflect on a question that we frequently think about within the Educator Network—Why connect? Here’s what they had to say.
Read on to hear from Sarika Simpson, former social studies teacher and secondary-level principal who has recently been named Edmentum’s Services Program Manager, to learn more about what she’s doing to keep us honest on our #EducatorFirst commitment.
At EdOptions Academy, our vision is empowering futures, one student at a time. The only way that happens is by recognizing each student as the unique person he or she is. Zach is one EdOptions Academy student who truly benefited from this personal approach.
Edmentum’s solutions include 15 different technology-enhanced item types, requiring them to use higher-order thinking skills. They are designed with Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK) framework and Bloom’s Taxonomy levels in mind. Using both of these frameworks ensures that each question is written to the appropriate difficulty level and that students are exposed to the appropriate content.