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Setting SMART Goals with Students
A key part of the International Baccalaureate Learner Profile is that students are able to show independence in their learning and goal setting is a great way to promote this autonomy. Continuous goal setting can support the development of inquiry-based learning, reflective thinking and self-assessment, all of which are key to successful individualized learning and…
How Personalized Learning Can Benefit Students
Classrooms are changing landscapes with education moving away from a single approach to a multiple approach setting, where teaching practice is used alongside technology and the individual learner becomes the focus where their needs are met. Personalized learning is a great way of achieving this. What is personalized learning? We’re sure that as teachers, you’ll…
Latest Enhancements to Exact Path, Courseware and Study Isl...
Our latest enhancements are based on your feedback about how you teach and and how your students learn best and we’re really excited to share them with you! Take a look at the latest additions to Exact Path and Courseware… Exact Path Reporting Changes We know teachers use Exact Path data to guide high-stakes instructional…
Based on Teacher Feedback: Enhancements to Study Island
Our latest enhancements are based on your feedback about how you teach and how your students learn best and we’re really excited to share them with you! Take a look at the latest additions to Study Island… Study Island Assign Content Through a Simple Quick and Search The new content search page allows you to…
4 Questions You Should Ask When Starting a Personalized Lea...
‘Personalized learning’ has become a buzzword in the education world over recent years and, as such, has been given lots of attention, but a clear definition can still be difficult to come by. For teachers looking to implement a personalized learning approach in their school or classroom, knowing where to start can be very confusing….
Top Tips on How Data Supports Personalized Learning
The shift in education towards a more ‘personalized’ learning approach has changed the way that both educators and students look at teaching and learning. More and more educators have moved away from the traditional ‘stand and deliver’ approach to direct instruction and have instead opted for more data-driven instructional techniques that take into consideration the…
Three Blended Learning Models That Don’t Require 1:1
A common barrier to entry for teachers who are considering blended learning is the misconception that you need a device for every one of your students to make it work. Luckily, that’s not the case! Here’s how to implement three common blended learning models without a 1:1 program: Station Rotation This is perhaps the most…
5 Ideas for Creating a Blended Learning Classroom
Blended learning programs are essentially a combination of classroom time with online learning, and are a great way of giving students an element of control over their learning, in terms of time, place, path, or pace. This concept and way of thinking is becoming a rule rather than the exception in the 21st century classroom;…
Supporting Students in a New School
The experience of moving to a new school can be challenging. This can be particularly the case for students in international circles who may have relocated to a completely new place. This usually means students have to make new friends, get to know their new teachers and adapt to their new environment. Student support can…
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