Brain-based learning refers to teaching methods, lesson designs, and school programs that are based on the latest scientific research about how the brain learns, including factors such as neuroscience and cognitive development—how students learn differently as they age, grow, and mature socially, emotionally, and cognitively. Take a look into how to bring brain-based learning into your classroom with these 5 strategies.
In the context of our K-12 personalized learning program, Exact Path, a Building Block is a lesson that covers a prerequisite skill (often from a lower grade level) and is introduced into the student’s learning path automatically, when remediation is needed. To further explain how Building Blocks work in Exact Path, we’re answering four common questions on the topic.
We know you have been hard at work making sure everything this school year goes off without a hitch but there may be a few things that still need to be buttoned up. Not to fear! We've assembled a curated list of our best resources aligned to goals outlined by most ESSA plans.
Our K–12 math, reading, and language arts program, Exact Path, combines adaptive diagnostic assessments with individualized learning paths to propel learning forward. Let’s take a closer look at what students experience every time they log in.
While everyone can appreciate a good lazy day, the academic consequences of an entire summer off is not something to take lightly. In fact, ASCD reports that, on average, elementary students lose one month of learning over the summer. Even more concerning is the fact that learning loss from this “summer slide” seems to be cumulative. Keep your students learning all summer long with these 10 tips.
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