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7 Tips for Students to Be Successful in Online Coursework


Students need to understand that getting used to online coursework will take some time and that they should not be discouraged if they struggle at first.

ACT Results Show Majority Not Prepared for College Coursework

K-12 Schools - Education News

Close to two-thirds of students across the country who graduated high school this year took the ACT college entrance exam, earning scores that suggest a majority of them are unprepared for the coursework they will encounter in college. (Photo: Creative Commons).

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The Best App for Your Coursework Isn’t a Single App – from Beth


This post first appeared on Edutopia. At EdTechTeacher, we have a philosophy that All the Good Apps Fit on One Screen. These days, many of the teachers that we work with would rather just find ONE app! However, that single solution may not exist.

Alabama Schools Now Required to Offer Virtual Courses

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith State legislators are recognizing the potential for online coursework. Classroom Curriculum Internet Management Online Learning Online Video Policies

The Benefits of Adaptive Learning Technology


The basic concept is simple: Coursework should be adapted to meet the individual needs of each student. Adaptive learning has long been a part of education. Every teacher has experience modifying curriculum in some way to help students access information. Nowadays technology can help make the adaptations easier and more streamlined. Adaptive learning technology seeks […]. The post The Benefits of Adaptive Learning Technology appeared first on Edudemic.

How Any Teacher Can Use Lee Sheldon’s Multiplayer Classroom Model

The CoolCatTeacher

His book The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game is a favorite of many game based learning experts. Lee Sheldon author of The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game.

The 20 Most Useful #hashtags In Education

TeachThought - Learn better.

As a teacher, continuing education is so important that most school districts require that teachers enroll in some form of coursework on a regular basis to keep their knowledge and skills fresh.

New Google Classroom features make it easier to learn, teach, manage, and build

eSchool News

For developers: Even more coursework integrations. Integrated applications can now programmatically add materials to coursework or student submissions and can modify existing coursework they’ve created. Google Classroom is designed for everyone involved in a student’s education.

Sparking Student Financial Empowerment through Micro-credentials

Digital Promise

Motivated teachers who are passionate about exposing students to personal finance have worked to find the resources to do so; some offer a course as a semester-long elective, while others integrate personal finance lessons into Social Studies and Math coursework. Financial literacy is a skill that is important for every high school graduate to have.

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Using Rubrics: Integrity, Fairness and Responsibility

Fractus Learning

Rubrics use benchmarks to help instructors to gauge student strengths and weaknesses in coursework. Specific performance expectations and standards are arranged to indicate the degree to which criteria has been met and how coursework is graded.

Innovators Worth Watching: StraighterLine

The Christensen Institute

In two-year colleges, 52% of students are funnelled into remedial coursework. Students needing remedial coursework require more attention and investment to get them up to speed. Welcome to our “Innovators Worth Watching” series, spotlighting interesting and potentially disruptive players in higher education. Every year, American students and taxpayers spend roughly $7 billion trying to bridge the gap between finishing high school and actually being ready for college.

How AI Can Compliment Educators, Not Replace Them

EdNews Daily

This investment has enabled 51Talk to better assess student proficiency, and then match each assessed student with the proper level of coursework.


Tackle teacher shortages with online learning

The Christensen Institute

These chronic shortages, in turn, tend to limit the coursework that students can access. The new school year is underway, but districts across the country are still struggling to fill hundreds of teaching positions.

Preparing Teaching Candidates for Blended and Online Environments

Fractus Learning

There are multiple opportunities to assist pre-service teachers in developing competencies for blended and online instruction, including modeling, coursework, and field experiences.

Empathy and Leadership

A Principal's Reflections

Empathy is not a typical component of core training and coursework in the field of education. “ It is easy to knock people down. Building people up is at the heart of empathetic leadership.” - @E_Sheninger No significant relationship can exist without trust.

Ask A Silly Question, Get A Non-Standard Answer

EdNews Daily

A considerable portion of the courses that I delivered were internally assessed and coursework based. Guest article by Simon Very. I have taught science at the post-compulsory level for ten years.

6 Factors Of Gamification That Changes Students

TeachThought - Learn better.

When the technology integration coach in my school district handed me a copy of The Multiplayer Classroom: Designing Coursework as a Game by Lee Sheldon , I was enthralled. College level coursework with students enrolled in a class devoted to designing video games.

Tight on Goals, Flexible on Means: Universal Design for Learning Empowers Opportunity Youth

Digital Promise

They apply strategies in their classroom using the visual and tactile resources from the MOOC coursework and resources. YouthBuild USA , a Digital Promise Adult Learning Beacon , is an international intermediary for a network of 250 community-based YouthBuild programs and schools around the country.

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5 Ways Online Learning Can Open Doors For All Students

EdNews Daily

For students to be able to work during the day, take care of their families in the evening and work on their coursework anytime in between those other obligations, it is a significant advantage for them.

Higher education is leaving students behind — disruptive innovators can help them succeed

The Christensen Institute

Of potential college students that are required to first take remedial courses, 30% never show up for the first course, and 40% don’t finish their remedial coursework. Welcome to our “Innovators Worth Watching” series, spotlighting interesting and potentially disruptive players in higher education. With three Innovators Worth Watching profiles under our belts, we wanted to zoom out and put these innovators’ efforts in a larger theoretical context.

Pursuing Passions, Lifelong Learning, Signature Programs & #BreakoutEDU @breakoutEDU #STEM @edtechteam #gafesummit


Bullis truly embraces and supports lifelong learning opportunities both on-campus through PD days and the Personal Learning Communities we have formed and off-campus through conferences and coursework.

5 Great Digital Tools for Teachers

Educational Technology Guy

1 BRAINSTORM IN THE CLOUD: Always forgetting great coursework planning ideas you have outside of class? Planning for the first month of school can take on average 16 hours of prep, research, practice and refinement for every one hour of actual teaching time. In the hopes of giving teachers some hours back this month, here are 5 digital tools that teachers can use to lifehack their course planning. #1

Practical Applications to Individualize and Personalize Learning

A Principal's Reflections

In all cases, the advanced content and high expectations inherent in the coursework provide students with a glimpse into the demands that college poses and helps them prepare for their higher education.

Psst! When teachers get useful, timely data, they use it

The Hechinger Report

Stephen Fedore Hoch, the Tulsa district’s chief analytics officer, said the teacher dashboards include data on attendance, behavior, coursework, assessment and demographic information for individual students, along with home address and parent contact information.

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What Would Happen If Learning in School Became More Like Working at a Startup?


What’s more, an entrepreneurial culture, carefully scaffolded, can help schools transform and unlock learning in ways that more traditional coursework cannot. entrepreneurial culture, carefully scaffolded, can help schools transform and unlock learning in ways that more traditional coursework cannot. all seniors complete their coursework around the end of April.

A Skills Gap From College to Career Doesn't Exist. It's the Awareness Gap We Need to Fix.


While college graduates may leave universities with transcripts and resumes, employers aren’t able to see many of the skills they’ve developed through coursework and co-curricular activities. While college graduates may leave universities with transcripts and resumes, employers aren’t able to see many of the skills they’ve developed through coursework and co-curricular activities.

iPads keep students connected, even on snow days

eSchool News

Doing so lets teachers and students continue coursework even on days like today when weather cancels school. How students still complete assignments on off-days at one district thanks to their iPads.

Google EDU Announces Differentiation, Data and API Updates to Classroom


For developers The Classroom API has received a bit of an upgrade , as developers who have integrated their applications into Classroom can now add materials to student coursework, or modify existing coursework. It’s a new year, and with that comes updates from the Google Education Team. The announcement revolves around Google Classroom , which the tech giant today claims that more than 20 million students and teachers use.

OPINION: Innovation wins against antiquated ideas of how higher education should work and how college students should learn

The Hechinger Report

Editor’s note: The Education Department’s inspector general on Sept. 22 recommended that the department seek the return of more than $700 million in federal financial aid from the Western Governors University , citing concerns of the role of faculty at the large online university.

Anytime, Anywhere, Anyone: How far can we extend Extended Learning Opportunities?

The Christensen Institute

This effort, however, is not merely the result of the state’s innovative policy permitting schools to award credit for coursework outside of traditional classrooms. This is the fourth post in the #WhoYouKnow blog series on the overlap of social capital, EdTech, and innovation.

Google Classroom + Apple Classroom = The Complete iPad Classroom – From Ben Sondgeroth


When schools deliver iPads into their classrooms, teachers often respond with two questions: how do I organize my students’ digital coursework and how will my classroom management change? This post first appeared on Daily Genius.

Survey finds Millennial parents favor online and flexible education

eSchool News

Across all generations, exposure to online learning has a significant impact on whether someone views public online schools favorably, and unsurprisingly, the survey found that millennial respondents—the generation that came of age with the internet—have the highest exposure to online coursework.

Online or In-Person? One College Lets Students Switch Back and Forth

Wired Campus

Students indicated that the new system would allow them to miss class for illnesses, child care, or other commitments without having to feel guilty, because they could complete their coursework online instead, Ms. When you register for a course, you often have a choice: in-person or online.

Will a one-year residency better prepare aspiring educators for a new style of teaching?

The Hechinger Report

And the teaching residents will be doing their coursework for the teaching certificate using personalized learning, as well, so they can experience this style of instruction as students themselves. Middle school students at Summit Denali work with a teacher in a small group.

College Prep: The Often Winding Road for Parents, Students and High Schools

EdNews Daily

Students choose majors for a vast number of different reasons, and many of these reasons are not based on research, but rather on areas such as popularity, lack of coursework and ease of program. By Robyn D. Shulman. You can now hold the future in your hand before this phrase comes to life.

Counting DACA students

The Hechinger Report

Blanco said the DACA students within the competitive University of California system are largely keeping up with their coursework and graduating.

A Virtual Start Can Mean Real Sleep For Students


These students can complete the assignments for their first period class, which must include online coursework, anytime they want, allowing them to sleep in during the week. Other students could finish their coursework at home during the traditional first period or in their school’s computer lab. That is the true promise of digital learning: increased flexibility and access to high quality academic coursework for all students. Every year, 7:30 a.m. seems to come earlier.

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Middle School students use green screens, technology to connect to learning

eSchool News

So far this semester, students have used the green screens to create comic books, tell stories and pitch their classmates on different types of bugs to fill their zoo in science class as well other ideas on how to use the technology to make their coursework more interesting.

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Idaho gives education money directly to teenagers to manage themselves

The Hechinger Report

As part of the push to get more kids to attend college, the state hopes to even the playing field for students from lower-income families and to ensure no student is discouraged from taking on advanced coursework because of the cost.

4 radically different school models upending education

eSchool News

They can choose to catch up on coursework, try to get ahead, or work on a curiosity project, which the school is constantly pushing them to undertake. Goal setting and PBL serve as cornerstones for new school models. Is self-directed learning every student’s future?

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