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A Webinar on Personalized Learning…
Recently, our very own Gavin, International Director, and Derek, International Manager, have been flying worldwide delivering a personalized learning workshop at conferences such as the AISA Educators Conference and the Education Experts Conference. Today, we’ve decided to give you an insight into the workshop delivered, which we’ve put together as a webinar. You can see…
Adopting a Grading or Marking System Based on Students’ S...
Grading or marking approaches differ vastly in schools and there are many different ideas to approach it. In this blog, we’re going to look at how you can apply a student-centered grading or marking strategy in your classroom. Check out our four top tips! 1. Grades/scores should reflect learning If students are misbehaving or being…
Parents & Families
A Parents’ Guide to Phonics
Phonics is an approach to teaching reading, and some aspects of writing, which develops learners’ phonemic awareness. It is supported by a whole range of educational bodies, including the Education Endowment Foundation. Phonics: The Basics Phonics teaches children to listen carefully to words, and helps them identify the phonemes (sounds) that make up each word….
5 Biggest Pitfalls of Blended Learning
Whether you’re deciding to implement blended learning at your school or you’ve decided to take the plunge already, there are pitfalls to consider and avoid when doing so. In this blog, we’re discussing the pitfalls of blended learning and giving tips on what can be done to avoid them. So when we’re considering the five…
7 Tips to Improve Test Scores
Whether you have a test day coming up or not, as any test day draws nearer, you may be thinking about ways you can prepare students, give them extra help and make sure they are optimizing their chances of success. We’ve put together seven top tips to help you give every student the best chance…
Parents & Families
How Parents Can Take a More Active Role in Their Child̵...
In this post, the term “parents” is used very generally to refer to grandparents, other family, foster family, guardians and similar, who care for students when at home. Much research has been undertaken, which highlights the importance of parents’ and other caregivers’ involvement in a child’s education, and the benefits that result. The research is…
Meet the Team: Emma Berry, Customer Services & Implemen...
It’s important to us that we’re collaborating with customers and we’re giving them the support they need. Our fantastic Edmentum International Team work hard to make sure schools are provided with optimal support every day. That’s why we wanted to make sure you’re introduced to the people within the team – and today, we’re going…
Grading and Marking Strategies to Save You Time
If you’re a teacher, that probably means you’re very used to lots of marking! Grading not only shows students where they are with a piece of work, errors they’ve made and areas that they’ve achieved well in, but it also helps them with grasping a subject area; although, we understand it can often take a…
Lighten Your Teachers’ Workload with Educational Technolo...
It’s not uncommon for many teachers to find themselves without a lot of time on their hands. From working long hours to lots of planning, marking and assessing, many teachers feel overwhelmed at times. Teachers love to teach, but many end up leaving the teaching profession because of workload and burning out. One way head…
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