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Looking to support students’ reading and literacy skills this summer as they prepare to advance to the next grade level? You’re in luck!
Did you know that Edmentum offers one-to-one online tutoring powered by FEV Tutor?
Project-based learning (PBL) can seem like a tremendous undertaking, requiring hours of planning and creativity well beyond the bounds of a standard lesson. For some teachers, that may be true.
How are you reimagining what summer learning entails this year as pandemic-exacerbated gaps persist?
Check out our free guides, blogs, and worksheets – we have the resources to help you to accelerate growth for your students.
Virtual classes can open the academic world to students in all levels of education. However, when starting an online class students must be aware of three key factors that will help them succeed.
Tis the season! You might have a faculty white elephant gift exchange coming up or you just want to do something nice for your time out buddy. Whatever the case, here are some little gadget gifts that any teacher would love.
What to do when a student, out of genuine interest, brings up a controversial topic you would have rather avoided? Controversy simply means people have varying opinions, which is healthy and is how progress is made in society. Harnessing it can help teach students valuable interpersonal and conative skills.
November is National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. It’s grown from a celebration of creative writing into a national writing marathon. For most, the goal is to write a 50,000-word novel within the 30 days of November. Here’s how to get your students engaged.
Live chat, class discussion boards, email, webinars, and virtual field trips are all samples of online course interactions that have become staples over the past 10 years. Are they all needed for online student success? Or is it primarily the frequency and/or the application of a substantial grade percentage that needs to be changed to existing modes of online interactions between students and instructors?
If your state’s assessment season hasn’t kicked off yet, it’s about to.
No teacher has ever said grading papers is the best part of the job. I’ve seen English teachers cite that as the reason they left the profession.
Let’s be honest: field trips may be worthwhile, but they’re incredibly stressful for teachers and chaperones.
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