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Summer break is the best time to grow and learn as a teacher. If you pick the right books, you can work on your professional development at the pool!
The quick switch to distance learning has had many educators feeling as if they’re back to their first year of teaching. Luckily, the idea of learning online is nothing new.
The 2017 National School Climate Study conducted by GLSEN, an organization focu
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Just because school is out for the summer doesn’t mean the learning has to stop!
One of the most valuable tools an educator can have in their teacher toolbox is the ability connect and respond to their students.
“What are your current challenges with project-based learning (PBL)?” was a poll question asked during an Edmentum live webinar earlier this year on
This unprecedented school year has meant that educators have had to quickly adapt to teaching online. For many, that
This year is no different. Once the weather is gets warmer, students get antsier, and in our virtual world, keeping them engaged is harder than ever as the school year winds down.
The afternoon of May 1, 2020, our North Carolina and South Carolina Edmentum teams hosted their first ever entirely virtual conference.
Ellicott Elementary School in Calhan, Colorado, lives by its district’s slogan: “Every
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