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Introduce Topics & Reinforce Understanding with Educati...
Lesson planning can be time consuming, especially when you want to be providing each student individualized learning across the whole classroom environment. This is where we want to help you out! In this blog, we’re going to focus on how one of Edmentum International’s solutions, EducationCity, can support you with managing your workload. Not too…
December & January Opening Hours
We wanted to let you know about our opening hours over the holidays. The Edmentum International Team’s office will be closing on 23rd December at 15:30pm GMT and will be reopening on 6th January at 7am GMT. We’re sorry if we cause any inconvenience with this but please be assured that we will return to…
Parents & Families
A Parent’s Perspective: School Breaks & Limiting Scr...
The holidays are upon us for a lot of schools, and for some parents, this is a time to make incredible memories and spend quality time with our children. For others though, it can be a stressful time, wondering how on earth you are going to entertain the kids! As parents, we all want what…
Bett 2020 Awards: We’re Finalists!
We’re delighted to announce that we’ve received a Bett 2020 Award nomination, and would like to send out a huge thank you to the teachers and schools that helped us with testimonials! What category have we been shortlisted for? International Digital Educational Resource: for an exemplary digital and online education resource that is successful internationally. What…
The Importance of Self-Reflection in Learning
What happens when we allow students time for reflection? We empower them as learners. Not only does providing students time to reflect allow them the opportunity to build critical thinking skills, it also means they can develop their problem-solving skills and gain more independence in their learning. We, as teachers, can deliver great lessons for…
Assessing Inquiry-Based Learning
In an inquiry-based learning environment, assessment is an ongoing process. Although the final outcome of learning is important, the process of getting there is just as important – and this is where an inquiry-based approach comes into play. Throughout the process of inquiry, students show teachers different skills and it’s these which are assessed. When…
14 Technology-Enhanced Item Types That Promote Critical Thi...
It’s important to make sure that your students are prepared for next-generation assessments by making sure their academic knowledge is up to par, and also making sure that they’re familiar with the technology they will be using to complete exams. By utilizing a web-based program, you’ll be able to familiarize your students with both of…
Encouraging Critical Thinking in the Classroom
The teaching style of the International Baccalaureate (IB) is centered around reshaping students and schools as they learn. This is particularly through action and reflection, but also through critical thinking and in turn, inquiry. Critical thinking is an important concept within the IB for all programmes and age levels. Plus, by developing a certain approach…
Encouraging Independent, Self-Led Learning in Students
The International Baccalaureate’s (IB) learner profile has ten attributes, and within its inquiry attribute states that the aim of all IB programmes is to help IB students strive to be independent lifelong learners. Self-direction is a central tenet of the IB and is evident from the early stages of the Primary Years Programme (PYP), which…
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