According to the 2022 scores on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as The Nati
How can you ensure that winter break assignments are meaningful, and not simply tossed into a basket for you to maybe-or-maybe-not get around to grading later? Here’s five unique ideas to incorporate these assignments once you and your students are back in the classroom!
To keep your students learning, check out these strategies for using Study Island, Edmentum’s formative assessment and practice program over the winter break.
With Courseware, you can work with struggling students over winter break to help them master the skills they struggled with in the first semester and possibly earn some extra credit to boost their grades.
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
Students can start learning marketable communication skills early and can continue to improve throughout school. Here are some activities to give your students extra practice in communication.
Edmentum’s monthly live events include webinars focused on informative and educational topics.
Classroom needs and district expectations often necessitate a unique course experience.
Great mentors can be the key to setting yourself up for success in any career. Being a mentor can be a great way to pass down the wisdom, tips, and tricks you’ve learned over the course of your career. Many veteran teachers often volunteer (or are urged to) mentor an incoming teacher. While being a mentor can be a lot of work, mentoring new teachers is critical to the success of the school year (and their teaching career as a whole).
Dr. Audra Kosh
Taking a few minutes to set up the right testing environment and talking to your students about the diagnostic can increase the validity of results, leading to even more meaningful data to drive instruction. Check out our five tips to make the most of your Exact Path diagnostic administration!
College entrance exams have long been viewed as an efficient and reliable metric for evaluating students’ abilities and predicting first-year college grades and readiness
Anyone who has been teaching, whether it has been for one year or thirty years, knows that there are certain types of students.
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