Virtual learning does come with some unique logistics and additional challenges that parents and caregivers can be instrumental in to help their children manage. Here are five things parents can do to help their child achieve success in virtual courses.
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Our assessment literacy video series aims to demystify, unpack, and connect assessment concepts and principles to help you make more sense out of your assessment data. Maybe you’re just learning the ropes of some of the more complicated metrics reported in educational assessments, or perhaps you’re hoping to see how an assessment concept applies to Edmentum’s suite of assessment programs. Either way, let our top-notch research team of former educators and subject-matter experts be your guide.
Whether you’re kickstarting a new implementation of Edmentum Courseware or picking up right where you left off last school year, we want to make sure that you have resources available to get this new school year started off right. We’ve put together our top suggestions to help you set up your account for the coming semester, explore the top features your program has to offer, and spotlight best practices from stories of successful implementations.
I’m pleased to share all of the exciting enhancements designed to support personalized instruction and targeted intervention for K–12 students that are going to be available for the 2019–20 school year. This year, we’re focusing our work in three primary areas: reimagining diagnostic assessment reporting, adding teacher customization and flexibility, and improving the learning experience for our students.
By leveraging technology you already have in your classroom, Group Sessions give teachers the ability to conduct simple, measurable, and easy-to-use whole whole-class activities while they gather actionable student data—and their students have fun in the classroom.