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Evolving Ed

Developing the Skills to Identify, Sort, and Implement Relevant Student Data

Data-informed instruction, to some, is a dirty term meaning "teaching to the test." Learn how to use data to actually transform learning for the better.

Alexis Roesser
Evolving Ed

Why Teachers Need Systematic Support for Blended Learning

Blended learning has many proven benefits, but teachers can't do it alone. Learn how educational stakeholders at all levels can help.

Bobbie R. Byrd
Evolving Ed

How to Measure Educational Impact in the Digital Learning Environment

You need more than test scores to measure educational impact. Learn how to use Guskey's 5 levels of data to measure educational impact effectively.

James Evans
Evolving Ed

Building a Culture of Educational Responsibility and Ownership Through Blended Learning

Learn how an LMS can help you teach student to be better, more responsible learners and set them up for success in an academic setting.

Rebekah Palmer
Evolving Ed

The Challenges and Benefits to Expect When Building Blended Courses

Building blended or hybrid courses has both benefits and challenges. See what you should expect and why the pros outweigh the cons.

Venus L.
Evolving Ed

Why Getting Parents Involved in Learning Isn't Enough

Want to get parents involved in the learning process? You may be focused on the wrong metric. Learn how to better engage parents engagement using your LMS.

Robert Schuetz
Evolving Ed

3 Key Steps for Successful EdTech Implementation

What are the key steps to making any implementation work, regardless of your strategy? Find out here.

Elizabeth Trach
Evolving Ed

Digital Learning: Data, Trends, and Strategies You Need to Know

What is digital learning? Why is it important? What are the top digital learning challenges, priorities, and trends? Learn all this and much more.

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Going from Traditional to Digital Learning with Diana Cornejo-Sanchez

What does the transition from traditional to digital learning look like? What are the roadblocks and how can you circumvent them? Find out here.

Dylan Rodgers
Evolving Ed

Why Going Paperless Shouldn't Be Your Goal

We hear a lot about the paperless classroom, but paper has its place in learning. What if we focused more on the purposeful applications of paper and tech?

Kellie Ady