We are pleased to announce the newest citizens of Imagine Nation, Imagine Learning’s elite school recognition program. Schools are inducted as Top 50 Schools for excellent Imagine Learning usage and as Super Schools for exceptional innovation or citizenship during the 2011-2012 school year. World-Class Schools, the highest honor, are awarded by meeting the most rigorous standards for weekly usage of Imagine Learning. Teachers, students, and administrators at each World-Class School will be honored for their exceptional efforts at a special award ceremony, and we’d like to thank them for their hard work and commitment to providing a world-class education. Read more »
Adjusting your curriculum to address Common Core standards is not easy. According to a study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania, the Common Core standards are substantially different from previous state standards, not only in curriculum but in the cognitive skills they demand. Common Core focuses on higher order skills, like “understanding and analyzing written material,” rather than “memorization and performing procedures.” To help with these higher order skills, take a look at five ways Imagine Learning can bring the Common Core into your classroom curriculum.
They’re the fastest growing K-12 student population in the US, and chances are you’ll have at least one in your classroom this year. Join presenter Lise Ragan, CEO of Course Crafters, for a webinar dedicated to this diverse group of students: English learners.
Learn more about who they are, what unique challenges they face, and, most importantly, how you can help them succeed this school year. Click here for more information, and then reserve a spot today.
Want to know what we did over our summer vacation? We perfected Imagine Learning Version 11—our latest release with updated Common Core curriculum, including explicit grammar instruction. Also featuring streaming technology and Hmong language support, Imagine Learning Version 11 is designed to reach more students than ever before.
You expect your students to stay on top of their studies over the summer, but how do you stay sharp while enjoying the time off? Take a look at three professional development activities you can do from the comfort of your favorite lawn chair—no dress code required. Read more »