Author - Sasha Wordlaw

May’s Top Books on Education: See What’s Coming Out This Month!

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Each month, hundreds of new books for educators are released, so finding the best ones can be difficult. To better help you, your students, and your coworkers, we’ve put together a list of May’s top books on education. Covering topics such as strengthening student engagement with inclusive teaching strategies, challenging girls to take on proactive roles in STEM education, and practicing positive mindsets for both students and educators, these books are full of great information to help you better serve your students and do your job. Check out what we picked for you this month!

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Helping Students Work through the Challenges of Online Learning

The number of students who complete all or part of their coursework online is continuously growing, and so are the expectations of them. Participation and interaction in online courses should be equal to what is asked of students in brick-and-mortar classrooms, but how do students know what they need to do in order to excel in online courses? To help these students, schools and districts must hone in on what will engage students in a way that enables them to be successful in overcoming the challenges of online learning. Ensuring that students are taking the proper steps to achieve success means putting a plan in place on how they can work to adapt to online learning and avoid mistakes and distractions. Read More

Top New Books for Educators: See What’s Coming in April!

Each month, hundreds of new books for educators are released, so finding the best ones can be difficult. To better help you, your students, and your coworkers, we’ve put together a list of the top new books for educators that will be available in April. Covering such topics as engaging students, inspiring teachers, and how to teach science in a better way to students from all backgrounds, these books are full of great information to help you better serve your students and do your job. Check out what we picked for you this month!

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Top New Books for Educators: See What’s Coming in March!

Each month, hundreds of new books for educators are released, so finding the best ones can be difficult. To better help you, your students, and your coworkers, we’ve put together a list of the top new books for educators that will be available in March. Covering such topics as utilizing effective blended learning methods, optimizing student learning in science, and revisiting reading strategies for better student instruction, these books are full of great information to help you better serve your students and do your job. Check out what we picked for you this month!

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Digital Learning Day 2018: Celebrating Successes While Advocating for Accessibility

On Thursday, the seventh annual celebration of Digital Learning Day will give students and educators an opportunity to express how technology improves their lives. Created by the Alliance for Excellent Education in 2012, Digital Learning Day takes place each year to help us recognize how technology can improve student outcomes. While Digital Learning Day is essentially every day, on February 22nd, students and educators will have the chance to flex their tech muscles by showcasing new elearning methods and sharing digital resources and practices that are beneficial to student learning.

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