Have you ever noticed that, during certain times of the day, your classroom is buzzing, students are working diligently, and everyone is getting along, while during other times of the day, things are a bit chaotic, and you find yourself having to constantly correct behavior and refocus attention? Turns out, there are scientific reasons behind why this happens.
How do you make sure that your students maintain the wealth of knowledge you worked so hard to teach them over the school year during summer break? We asked our awesome community of educators on Facebook this question and wanted to share their secrets with you.
[Success Story] How one rural school district is improving student achievement and educational outcomes
Chilton County Schools (CCS), a mostly rural school district located in central Alabama, was looking for an online learning partner who could help the district address multiple initiatives from gra
We know there are countless ways that educators are using Edmentum’s online programs for assessment, practice, and instruction successfully in their classrooms, and we love hearing about educators
According to a 2013 Edweek article, about 50% of parents struggle with helping their children with homework, and 46.5% of those parents struggle because they themselves don't understand the subject material. So yes, you are not alone. But, what are some ways you can help your child tackle their nightly workload that seems to be challenging even for you? Here are some tips to help your children with their homework, if you're struggling with the assignment yourself:
Before you know it, state assessment season will be here. How do you help your students prepare for the biggest test of the year? We asked teachers on our Facebook page to share their best review tips with us. Here’s how seven teachers help their classes prepare for state assessments.
You can even measure how much grit you have, by taking a short quiz that Duckworth and her team crafted. Grit stirs hard work, commitment to goals, and perseverance in the midst of struggles and failures, which are timeless life skills all students should foster. Sounds great, right? The bigger question you may be asking is, “how can my child have more of it?”