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Common Assessments: Definition, Benefits, and the Role of Collaboration

There's a lot to know when it comes to common assessments and using them in the classroom. Learn everything you need to know, from the benefits to how they work with teacher collaboration. 

Alexis Roesser
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The Blended Learning Classroom Starts With You

Educators are now incorporating blended learning into their classrooms more and more. Learn how you can adopt this approach and the benefits it can have for you and your students.

Sean Coffron
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Start the Year Off Right: Schoology Ambassador Applications are Now Open!

The 2018-2019 Schoology Ambassador applications are now open! Learn more about the program and how to apply.

Sarah Jaffer
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Benefits of Project Based Learning & How Technology Can Help

Project based learning is the future of education, and technology is the future of the workforce. Learn how the two can go hand in hand in your classroom. 

Mike Smit
Evolving Ed

Using Computers in the Classroom: One School’s Journey from Labs to Laps

Having computers in every classroom can really change the way students learn and grow, for the better. Dive into one district's journey with this initiative and learn how it has advanced their schoolwide culture.

Sean Coffron
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The Three Most Common Types of Teacher Professional Development and How to Make Them Better

The top three types of teacher professional development can each be improved by keeping a few things in mind. Learn how to activate the full potential of your LMS and impact teacher professional development in a powerful way.

H. L.
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The Importance of Student Teacher Relationships (And How to Build Them)

Student teacher relationships are important for a number of reasons. Learn how you can create positive student teacher relationships and make a difference in student achievement and learning.

H. L.
Evolving Ed

How To Navigate Student Assessment Data

Student assessment data can tell you, as an educator, many different things that can help enhance teaching and learning. Learn exactly how you can use this data to guide instruction in your classroom or district.

Lauren Davis
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Building Positive Relationships with Students: From an Administrator's Perspective

Being an Administrator means being a leader. From stopping to talk to students in the halls to choosing the right communication style, there are many ways in which you can build positive relationships with students.

H. L.
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Beyond Student Assessment Data: Are Your Engagement Strategies In The Classroom Working?

You can't rely solely on assessment data when determining if your engagement strategies in the classroom are actually working. Learn about some of the other factors to consider when thinking about student engagement and how successful it is in your class.

Lauren Davis