What makes an ideal partner in blended learning? The answer may be different for each school. Jenny Lehman is Assistant Superintendent of Schools at Upper Moreland School District. Part of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Area, the district serves approximately 25,000 people.
Mirrors and Windows Found to Be 100% Aligned to New Texas State Standards ST. PAUL, MN–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Carnegie Learning’s EMC School (EMC) division, a leading provider of digital and blended literacy solutions, today announced that the Texas State Board of Education unanimously
Choosito!’s artificial intelligence, machine learning, and natural language processing help teachers to curate OER and other Web-based libraries and build custom lessons, while empowering students to do targeted Web searches by reading level ST. PAUL, Minn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Carnegie Learning, a comprehensive,
Carnegie Learning Expands ELA Portfolio through EMC School’s Acquisition of Mondo Publishing Signifies company’s entry into K-5 and commitment to delivering print, digital, and blended literacy learning solutions across the K-12 spectrum. St. Paul, MN, September 13, 2018 –
May 11, 2018 — The acquisition of New Mountain Learning (St. Paul, MN) by private equity firm CIP Capital (New York) in March was based on the digital initiatives the established school and higher education publisher already had taken and
ST. PAUL, MINN. (February 1, 2018) – EMC School (EMC), a leading provider of digital and blended language learning solutions, today announced its acquisition of Zulama, Inc., an award-winning ed tech company producing innovative digital programs for computer literacy
When planning your new classroom, you think about many things: Who will my new students be? How many courses will I have? What will I teach? For some districts and schools, new digital tools and curriculum will also be in
When I ask middle and high school teachers about their thoughts on teaching listening comprehension in their classrooms, there is a mixed bag of responses. Some teachers have success integrating listening activities throughout their units of instruction and other teachers
Teachers, you’ve have worked long and hard this school year (and every year) to share knowledgeable information with your students. After months of helping students master different concepts and ideas, now, most of you need to test and assess. What
Students are becoming more attached to their phones than just about anything else these days. You can change that! All it takes is a gentle reminder to show students the joys of reading, and the best part is that you can
ELL students face a set of challenges that most students inherently don’t. Anna Dearlove, a teacher from San Francisco, found that her English Language Learners were struggling to grasp new terms. So, she took their learning into her own hands—literally.