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How to Build Quality Assessment

More than just a “test,” assessment is a continuous process of diagnosing existing student knowledge and readiness for learning, collecting both formal and informal data during lessons in real time, summative experiences, and using all of this information to drive the next day’s instruction.

H. L.
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How to Collaborate With Parents to Improve Student Learning

Parent-teacher-student collaboration is crucial for student success not only in the classroom but also in life.

Kristen Cole
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6 Strategies for Improving Schoolwide Communication

No matter how many years you’ve been teaching or serving as an administrator, communication is always a

Kristen Cole
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3 Quick Tips for Teaching Communication Skills to Students

With the rise of phones and social media, it is even more essential that students learn how to effectively communicate with others. Check out these 3 tips for teaching communication skills to students.

Andrea Casper
schoology's state of digital learning in k-12 education
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Personalized Learning Crash Course

Check out this post for a crash course on personalized learning. Learn everything from what it really means to examples to try in your own classroom.

Joel Hames
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Schoology Exchange Roundup: Top 7 Reads for Communicating With Parents

According to the 2018-2019 State of Digital Learning survey, nearly 30% of teachers report that a lack of parent involvement is a top challenge for them. Check out seven of our best reads for communicating with, engaging, and involving parents in your school community.

Lauren Davis
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5 Ideas for Keeping Students Focused at the Beginning of the School Year

A new year has begun! Students crowd hallways looking for classrooms, forgetting locker combinations, and catching up with friends.

Kristen Cole
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5 Tips for Assuring Parents that Student Data is Protected

As educators, there is a responsibility not only to understand how technology impacts the privacy of our students and the protection of student data, but to institute best practices and communicate the issues and our rationale to parents and community members. Check out a few ways to assure and work with parents in your district that student data is appropriately protected.

H. L.
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Beginning the School Year With a Growth Mindset

As educators, it is our job to help students change their fixed mindset to a growth mindset. Learn how!

Kristen Cole
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Your Guide to Setting Expectations for Learning as a First Year Teacher

Congratulations! You’ve arrived at your first year of teaching.

Kristen Cole