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Success For Every Student

Success For Every Student

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Complete K-8 Curriculum MobyMax is the fastest growing curriculum in the United States with over 5 million students registered since MobyMax was introduced five years ago. The simple reason for such widespread adoption is that teachers and students love rapid achievement. MobyMax delivers 1.5 grade levels of growth with just 40 hours of practice. You need curriculum that is not only effective but also affordable to succeed. MobyMax redefines the meaning of affordable curriculum.

K12 - Products Learn More Single Educator An introductory license for the first educator using VoiceThread at your school. ExamGeneral is the Easiest Way to Create Online Tests, Quizzes & Exams Our users come from more than 100 countries and belong to thousands of organizations like ExamGeneral is also available for Google Apps for Education or Business editions. Learn more... Testimonial: "Preston University experienced remarkable features of Examgeneral any exam portal should have and appreciates all kind of services provided by ExamGeneral team. ADHD diagnosis more likely for kids born later in the year: study Researchers in British Columbia have discovered that children born in the latter months of the year are more likely to be diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder than their peers born earlier in the year. The study, published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, found those children are also more likely to be placed on medication, some of which may be linked to side effects. The finding should serve as a wake-up call for educators, parents and the public about the hazards of properly diagnosing ADHD. It raises serious questions about whether certain behaviours, such as restlessness or inability to concentrate, are leaving younger, more immature classmates vulnerable to an inaccurate diagnosis of ADHD than their older, more developed peers.

Grades 6-8 Build a Portable Sundial Posted on March 9th, 2016 by Mary Lord Students in grades 6 to 8 investigate the accuracy of sundials and the discrepancy that lies between “real time” and “clock time.” They track the position of the sun during the course of a relatively short period of time as they make a shadow plot, a horizontal sundial, and a diptych sundial. In the process, they learn that time is among the criteria that engineers must factor into their designs. Starting a School Makerspace from Scratch With the National Week of Making behind us, you might be ready to start a makerspace in your school -- but not know where to start. Will purchasing a costly 3D printer and the latest robotics kit ensure learning and maker success? What are some steps to starting a successful makerspace from scratch? Step 1: Immerse Yourself in Maker Education Before you can build your own community of makers, you need to join one!

Digital revolution changing lives of students with disabilities The Refreshabraille has a Braille keyboard that allows students to write as well as read. Kyle Beasley is a smart second-grader with an infectious grin. He’s also functionally blind. Until last fall, the 7-year-old used 8-by-11-inch Braille texts that teachers printed for him on a special machine. 25 Common Core-Aligned Math Apps for Middle School Students From edshelf by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education Not all educational apps are created equal. Some are more fun than others. Some are more pedagogically sound than others. And some are better for certain age groups than others.

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