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The Benefits of Rewards-Based Learning
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How Adaptive Technology is Changing the Way Students Learn
This piece highlights the importance of individualized learning and how edtech is addressing the needs of teachers through adaptive learning tools like Stride.
Digging Deeper into the Meaning of Adaptivity in Educational Programs
"Adaptive" is a buzz word in education these days. Learn about the different areas in which learning programs can be adaptive, so as an educator you can select the perfect fit for your needs.
Breaking Through the Screen in a Virtual Classroom
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How to Use Data to Tailor Instruction
Today’s teachers face the difficult task of addressing the needs of all students, at all levels, at the same time. The solution lies with using student data to personalize instruction. Learn how.
The Critical Role of Oral Fluency in Reading Comprehension
Oral fluency is a significant component of reading comprehension mastery. Learn why it matters, how to recognize a fluency struggle, and resources for building oral fluency skills with your students.
How Nonfiction Content Can Help Struggling Readers
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What is Big Universe?
Learn how the Big Universe digital solution approaches literacy from all angles—from phonics, to reading, writing, and oral fluency—with tools for teachers to assess and report on student progress.
10 Ways Classrooms Can Use Big Universe
Tap into a robust library of more than 13,000 leveled ebooks to build an integrated literacy program, inspire a love of reading with more student choice, and meet all readers on their level.
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Applying Reinforcement Learning Theory in 21st Century Education
Teachers have been using reinforcement learning theory for decades to encourage students to persist in their learning. Learn about 21st century applications for our tech-savvy generation of students.
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Creating a District Where Learning Never Ends
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