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Article Nov, 2017

Research Shows that Engaging Parents on Student Progress has Big Benefits

Engaging parents in a student’s K-12 educational experience creates significant benefits. See the ways in which districts and families can improve outcomes.

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December, 2016

Infographic: Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy Verbs Cheat Sheet

Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is a traditional teaching concept helps educators take their students through the traditional stages of classroom practices, behaviors, and actions to master new subjects. Applying the concepts may be challenging for lesson planning, rubric making, or other tasks, in a tech-savvy classroom, so we have researched to find the best resource to help strategize applying Bloom’s Taxonomy to digital classroom planning.

September, 2016

How to Make the Most of Your Learning Management System, Part 1: Wayfinding

How to Make the Most of Your Learning Management System, Part 1: Wayfinding How many of you have been in this situation? Student A comes back from being gone on a sports trip and asks, “What did I miss?” You think to yourself, why didn’t the child check the classroom site? Or Student B asks, […]

July, 2016

Infographic: 2016-17 School Year Planning with Special Education Accomodations

In order to properly prepare your year’s curriculum, you should strive for it to be accessible for all students. If not planned, teachers will need to make modifications, rather than accommodations, throughout the school year to successfully reach these students with special education needs.

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