Consider what remote instruction might look like in a rural, high-poverty district that set personalized expectations for each student, monitored their growth and engagement, and not only encouraged ongoing feedback but also stressed the need for educators to maintain a safe and supportive learning community.
By: Tiffany Wycoff. LINC's Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer explains that to build a learner variability mindset, we must implement a new equation for teaching that includes strategically planning for variability beyond skill level.
Curriculum Associates has made four major updates to i-ready just in time for the start of the back-to-school season to ensure students and teachers have the best possible tools for success.
To deny children digital learning experiences is to deny them opportunities to acquire the very skills and competencies students needed for success beyond the classroom. So, how do school leaders balance buy-in and the need to make the digital transition?
By: Springpoint Schools. The Denver School of Innovation and Sustainable Design is utilizing a student-centered approach to school culture that is helping to keep students engaged. Read more here!
By Dr. Rachel Schechter - Edtech providers are rapidly developing and launching programs. That is potentially great news, but not when that rapid development reflects quantity over quality. Keeping best practices in mind when deciding on digital tools puts both educators and students on surer footing.
By: Todd Brekhus. To truly understand and support their students’ literacy, these two superintendents have adopted an innovative method they call “measuring reading with reading." Learn more about their strategies here.
Amber Chandler's new book can inform a range of disciplines, serve the needs of public or private schools, and help anyone who deals in discipline-specific vocabulary, reading, presentations or projects.
Denver Public Schools is the district to watch when it comes to portfolios. Tom shares how the DPS portfolio model is the one to watch.
By: Anthony Newbold. Fulton County’s Bear Creek Middle School is personalizing math instruction for all students, using mobile devices and a model that helps teachers customize learning to individual students’ needs, skills and interests.