Curriculum Unhidden

This post is a result of a series of conversations I recently had with a number of people vis-a-vis more recent developments in curriculum development […]

At the Core of Online Learning for Elementary

If your elementary student is new to Florida Virtual School (FLVS), you may have a lot of questions about our courses! You may be asking […]

Setting the Standard for Online Curriculum

FLVS has a well-documented history of success creating courses that are used with thousands of students every day. Our Curriculum Development Team includes more than […]

Why Are People STILL Upset with "New" Math?

You've seen the social media post like this, right? My mom sent it to my sister (also a teacher - @jenbearden) and I to ask if […]

Warning: At-risk Students!

Chasing Common Core goals isn’t easy; especially, if one teaches at-risk students. The popular approach is – identify the students at risk, and place them […]

My Spring 2017 Student Blog Challenge

Last year we adopted Kidblog as our district blogging platform. To get more students blogging and writing, I thought I would create a blogging challenge […]

How to Use Technology to Get Creative with the Common Core by @Sarah_Daren

Discussion is important when it comes to the Common Core, because the idea is for students to grasp a greater understanding of the curriculum. The […]

Few Educators Are Prepared to Teach the Common Core Even as...

Few Educators Are Prepared to Teach the Common Core Even as states first began implementing the Common Core standards, educators knew that it would take […]

Record Student Thinking with @RecapThat

I learned about Recap, an app that allows students to record video answers to questions the teacher asks, when a colleague of mine requested that […]

Hanover Research K-12 Industry Report

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Awww, Breakout! with #BreakoutEDU

BreakoutEDU Creators James Sanders (@jamestsanders) and Mark Hammons (@mhammons) state that it’s time for something different in education. I couldn’t agree more. Throughout this school year, […]

Rethinking Grammar and Mechanics Instruction

As an elementary school student of the early 1990s, I grew up accustomed to worksheets as a form of instruction and assessment. Years ago, when […]

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