While in-class summer school sessions may not be a viable option for many schools and students this year, virtual programming can be just as impactful!
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Most students lose two months of math skills every summer, and two-thirds of the achievement gap in reading between low-income students and their middle-income peers can be attributed to summer learning loss in elementary school. Why accept summer learning loss when you can fight it with Study Island? You can use Study Island to run a completely virtual summer learning program consisting of skills practice in all core content areas, as well as additional activities in writing and reading.
One of the most critical questions that any education leaders must ask themselves before implementing an education technology product that utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) is: “Will my educato
Edmentum holds monthly webinars of informative and educational topics that are great opportunities for all educators to conveniently fulfill professional development requirements and stay on top of
For many schools and districts, the process of evaluating and selecting a new resource can take months and include countless committee meetings, and the process may even be subject to board approva
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: