STEMscopes Math Receives Top Rating from Learning List for Alignment to Common Core State Standards for Grades K-5

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HOUSTON – July 14, 2021 – STEMscopes Math from Accelerate Learning has received the highest rating from Learning List for alignment to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Mathematical Practices for grades K-5. STEMscopes Math is a core mathematics program for grades K-5.

Savvas Announces its enVision® Mathematics Common Core Grades 6-8 © 2021 Earns Highest Rating from EdReports

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Savvas Learning Company , a next-generation learning solutions leader for K-12 education, is proud to announce that its enVision® Mathematics Common Core Grades 6-8 © 2021 received the highest rating from EdReports.org. enVision ® Mathematics Common Core © 2021 Grades 6-8.

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Oregon adopts K-8 Common Core math programs

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Common Core programs use research-based approach to help students learn reasoning, critical thinking. The Oregon State Board of Education has adopted Curriculum Associates’ i-Ready and Ready Common Core math programs for use in all K–8 classrooms across the state. Built for the CCSS, the programs were built from scratch by strictly following the Publishers’ Criteria for the Common Core State Standards. Common Core News Top News

Mentoring Minds - instructional materials to develop critical thinking skills

Educational Technology Guy

Mentoring Minds is an educational publishing company that develops K-12 instructional materials to help students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. Experienced educators create the materials based on research and cover topics such as critical thinking, differentiated learning, instructional strategies, classroom management and more. It integrates critical thinking with ELA support and is aligned with the Common Core Standards.

Where Are Quality Instructional Materials for English Language Learners?

MindShift

And while the materials he uses match his students’ level of English proficiency, Brock said he sometimes feels like he’s insulting their intelligence. Research has shown that a majority of the educators who teach English-language learners (ELLs) are creating their own instructional materials — often with little oversight — that don’t necessarily match the student’s grade level or the rigor required by state academic standards.

Gates Foundation CEO Admits Underestimating Common-Core Challenges

Marketplace K-12

In a letter posted today on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s website , chief executive officer Sue Desmond-Hellman acknowledged that the group had made some miscalculations regarding implementation of the Common Core State Standards. Over the last seven years, the math and reading standards have faced political backlash as well as objections from educators who disagreed with their content. Marketplace K-12 digital content Gates Foundation; common core

Savvas Learning Company’s enVision Mathematics Honored with Gold Stevie Award

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Nationally recognized curriculum earns distinction for best “Mathematics Instructional Solution”. Teaching with high-quality instructional materials has a direct impact on student learning outcomes.

Why Santa Fe Broke the K-12 Model and Chose a Different Curriculum for the Middle Grades

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And they found MidSchoolMath —much to the delight of Erica Wheeler, Lead Instructional Materials Coordinator for Santa Fe Public Schools. Erica Wheeler EdSurge: Why did you decide to adopt MidSchoolMath's core curriculum? How much building material do I need?” “I

Most English lessons on Teachers Pay Teachers and other sites are ‘mediocre’ or ‘not worth using,’ study finds

The Hechinger Report

One of the most popular English lessons in the instructional marketplace Teachers Pay Teachers is a unit on how to teach William Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” But otherwise, instruction in this Shakespeare unit rarely goes deeper than a surface understanding of the text.

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What teachers need now: CCSS-aligned resources

Insight Education Group

It’s been over a year the since the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Scholastic conducted their f irst survey of how teachers view the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) – and there’s some good news. According to the 2014 update of the Primary Sources report , more teachers now feel prepared to teach to the Common Core and think that implementation of the Standards is going well in their schools. Dr. Michael Moody is the Founder and CEO of Insight Education Group.

CAP ‘Education Crisis’ Report Looks at Future of US Schools

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The report, “ A Look at the Education Crisis: Tests, Standards, and the Future of American Education ,” suggests that the implementation of the Common Core standards throughout the country have helped teachers to improve their instructional methods. When it comes to addressing the nation’s education crisis, there is a growing consensus that higher standards can help drive up achievement.”. K-12 Schools Center for American Progress Common Cor

Curriculum Associates Sponsors the Council of the Great City Schools’ Inaugural Dr. Michael Casserly Legacy Award for Educational Courage and Justice

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Casserly, Executive Director of the Council, to select an educator pursuing a graduate-level education degree to receive a $10,000 scholarship. To learn more about the CGCS and the Dr. Michael Casserly Legacy Award for Educational Courage and Justice, visit CGCS.org/Page/1239.

The Super Bowl and the Oscars as text

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Frank shared his concern that the word text in the Common Core standards, is not often interpreted by educators to include non-print media and that colleges of education do not value media as a significant area of study. Also consider exploiting another wealth of engaging resources and instructional materials gathered at Teaching Movies at Awards Time. advertising commercials Common Core media metaliteracy television media literacy

How a 5-Decade Old Education Company Reinvented Itself

Edsurge

The privately-held education company used to focus on making print instructional materials for K-12 schools. The first thing we did was actually go about making things for the Common Core standards which were coming out. So, they knew that the standards were changing and they came to us for that—stimulus funds for the Common Core and so forth. We’re seeing a lot of education companies be purchased by private equity.

How our district is making math relevant

eSchool News

To meet current math standards like the Louisiana Student Standards for Mathematics or the Common Core State Standards, it is no longer enough for students to simply memorize how to do something. As in many other districts, our efforts to improve student achievement were hindered by curriculum materials that were not tightly aligned with the new standards and often lacked the tasks, norms, and routines needed to create problem-solving classrooms.

A Shopping List for Mathematics in the Digital Age

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With the continued move to distance learning and digital resources, educators need to make sure any tools support this new mindset. This edWeb broadcast was sponsored by ORIGO Education. Stacey Pusey is an education communications consultant and writer. By Stacey Pusey.

Rediscovering @CK12Foundation Flexbooks And More!

The Web20Classroom

Something that could adapt with the ever changing knowledge base educators and students could pull from along with being more personal. All the content is Common Core aligned so you can be sure its high-quality and timely. More Instructional Materials-In additional to all this there are flashcards, lesson plans, assessments and other materials that can truly make your digital learning a complete experience.

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New Curriculum Associates Website Weaves Customer Narrative into Product and Company Story

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September 10, 2018—success stories from educators, administrators, and most importantly, students, which bring the company’s tools and service offerings to life. In its design, we put educators and students first in sharing how our company and tools support teaching and impact learning.” Curriculum Associates supports its customers by providing educators with world-class training and by devoting extensive resources to help ensure their success. NORTH BILLERICA, Mass.,

Twelve Years Later: How the K-12 Industry and Investment Landscape Has Shifted (Part 2)

Edsurge

This is the second and final part of a series that explores how the market dynamics the K-12 education sector have changed. All of these players, new and old, are operating in a stable yet fragmented market, finding product-market fit in school systems’ existing market segments: core, supplemental, and assessment. (I If you bucket all instructional materialscore plus a broad view of “supplemental”—you have an estimated $6 billion instructional materials market.

How to sort the good from the bad in OER

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Editor’s note: This story led off this week’s Future of Learning newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers’ inboxes every Tuesday with trends and top stories about education innovation. . Higher Education. Leave this field empty if you're human: Teachers often spend many hours at night or on weekends searching the internet for good instructional materials – or just good ideas about how to meld online learning into their classrooms.

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The Business of Education Technology

Hack Education

In fairness, startups weren’t the only education companies experiencing this sort of upheaval this year: Amplify, News Corps’ education division, continued to sell off various parts of its failed business. DeVry Education Group got a new CEO." You can find stock market data about publicly-traded education companies at funding.hackeducation.com. I maintain a dataset of all education technology investments and all education technology investors.

Part 1: Tech Resources and Tools for Differentiated Learning … Reading

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

I was recently asked to provide a workshop that supported Differentiated Learning through the use of educational technology in the Project Based learning Classroom (PBL). As I explored the idea of technology, PBL, and the differentiated classroom I needed find some common connections and categories. This included reading and instruction as it connects to content, research in relationship to inquiry, and student production and how it integrates with voice and choice.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Education Politics. Secretary of Education John B. Board of Education.” ” Via The Atlantic: “ The Challenge of Educational Inequality.” Education Department said this week it will make Pell Grants available to 10,000 high school students who are enrolled in courses at 44 colleges.” Via The Chronicle of Higher Education : “ UNC Tuition for $500? Education in the Courts. ” asks Education Week.

Carolina Biological Supply Company Announces California Close to Adopting New School Science Teaching Materials

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The state is reviewing new science instructional materials for the first time in 12 years to help science teachers succeed in teaching students the latest standards. The California Department of Education (CDE) accepted submissions for science material adoption for grades K-8 this spring and will make recommendations for materials adoptions this month for formal adoption in the fall.

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Education Politics. “How higher education made President Trump ,” according to Jeffrey Selingo. ” Via Education Week : “ Undocumented Teachers Shielded by DACA in Legal and Emotional Limbo.” Via The Washington Post : “Influential conservative group: Trump, DeVos should dismantle Education Department and bring God into classrooms.” The list says a lot about his education priorities.” Education in the Courts.

Kids news round-up

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We are so lucky to have available an array of kid-friendly current event options, rich with instructional resources, and mostly free! Many of the articles are accompanied by a Common Core-aligned quiz designed to check for student understanding, to prompt critical thinking and to provide teachers with immediate feedback. and international news, written by journalists, K-12 writers, and educational experts.