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1. When should Children Begin Learning Language Arts
April 09, 2018

As educational theories and studies have progressed, many parents still hold different opinions on how early is too early to begin introducing literacy to babies and infants. In the womb? Right after birth? A portion of society believes that infancy is too early to begin introducing literacy and language arts as they cannot yet comprehend what is taking place. However, studies have shown reading to your children at a very young age can increase overall development and begin to prepare their minds for enhanced future learning. Early identification is very crucial when it comes to reading ... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

2. Quebec Museum Offers New Connections to Culture
June 26, 2016

QUEBEC CITY— "They were cut off from their families and it was very difficult," says Line Ouellet, telling the story of many aboriginal people in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada who were confined to reservations as recently as 50 years ago. Their children were sent to convents for their education, depriving them of access to their native language and culture. Ouellet is the director of Quebec City's National Museum of Fine Arts, which has just opened a new pavilion to showcase 400 contemporary works by Quebec artists, including native artist Nadia Myre, whose work The Scar s... (read more)

3. Ignition for Cognition: DoodleLoops Unleashes a Child's True Learning Potential
May 02, 2016

DoodleLoops, a unique educational book series and learning tool designed to teach and strengthen reading and language arts skills while promoting creativity in elementary aged children, is thrilled to announce a new set of free, immediately downloadable resources available to Parents, Teachers, and Homeschoolers. In support of a newly revised and expanded second edition series of workbooks, DoodleLoops has released two new digital publications packed with dozens of reproducible blackline masters representing each book in the series. The DoodleLoops series was created by Sandy Baker,... (read more)

Author: John Doe

4. UNDERSTANDING THE PARCC ELA SCORE REPORT
March 05, 2016

The PARCC ELA score report provides a wealth of information about a student’s progress in meeting grade level expectations. It is designed to be a snapshot of this development looking only at their performance on the assessment. The report also provides a deeper level of information that can be used to understand better where students are doing well and where they need additional support that can help teachers and parents support students. This data is broken up into three key areas: Level Performance, Reading Score, and Writing Score. Level Performance The first section of... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

5. TOP TEN EDUCATIONAL MOBILE APP CATEGORIES
February 11, 2016

Top Ten Educational Mobile App Categories 2015 was an exciting year for edTech! The influence of technology on both teaching and learning has increased significantly. Teachers are searching for more digital resources and using them to supplement classroom training. The diversity and popularity of Educational mobile apps continue to improve further. We reviewed over 2000 educational apps listed in the Google Play Store and correlated the app category with their popularity (number of installs). The top ten categories were crosswords, painting, riddles, puzzles, crafts, common ... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

6. UNDERSTANDING THE FLORIDA STANDARDS ASSESSMENT
January 10, 2016

Florida students will be embarking on a new assessment journey this school year. Delivered and administered by the American Institute for Research (AIR), the new Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) will roll-out beginning the 2015-2016 school year. According the Florida Department of Education, the purpose of the FSA is to ensure students are understanding and mastering the Florida State Standards The assessment will be given in three parts. The first, English Language Arts Writing will be given towards the end of February and into the beginning of March. This portion will ask students to ... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

7. UNDERSTANDING THE OHIO STATE TESTS
January 09, 2016

Beginning in the 2015 – 2016 school year, students in Ohio will begin taking the Ohio State Test (OST) to as their assessment for student learning. According to the Ohio Department of Education, the purpose of the OST is to determine “how students are growing in the knowledge and skills outlined in Ohio’s Learning Standards.” These tests help guide and strengthen future teaching to ensure Ohio students are prepared for “long-term success in school, college, careers, and life.” The OST is designed for students in grades 3 – 8 to assess Math, English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studi... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

8. UNDERSTANDING THE ISTEP+
January 09, 2016

The Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+) is Indiana’s newest state testing program to assess student learning and academic progress. According to Indiana’s Department of Education website, “the purpose of the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress-Plus (ISTEP+) program is to measure student achievement in the subject areas of English/language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.” ISTEP+ is administered in two parts. The first, Part I, is given in March and is a combination of pen/paper and online questions. The purpose of Part I is to ass... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

9. What are the Latest Changes to PARCC Assessments?
January 04, 2016

What are the Latest Changes to PARCC Assessments?">As educators, one of our most important responsibilities is constant assessment of student learning; this includes assessing our own evaluation instruments. We cannot ever assume our assessments perfectly measure every student learning objective, nor can we assume they are always perfectly designed. PARCC recognizes this responsibility as well and has spent these last few months carefully reviewing the data from field tests last spring. In their effort to do what is best for students, they have issued revisions to their assessments for the 20... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

10. Mobile Apps for Language Arts
November 08, 2015

Spelling is the process or activity of writing or naming the letters of a word. Spelling Worksheet includes the spell checker, spelling skills, spelling practice sessions and spelling test. Spelling games help elementary school students to learn more effectively. Many children struggle with spelling and the repetitive task of writing the words Again and again, so spelling worksheets are available online for children. There are many mobile apps that give students, teachers and parents instant access to language arts. Some of the apps are iTooch Middle School App | Free Math and Language Arts w... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

11. Mobile Apps for PARCC Assessment
November 08, 2015

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers(PARCC) is a computer-based K–12 assessments in Mathematics & English language arts that provide educators, students and parents a better information about the performance of students. PARCC assessments track the learning process and help students to be successful in their career. PARCC assessment work as a tool for enhancing teaching and learning There are lot of online and printed resources that provide PARCC assessment test practice. Any student can practice PARCC test questions using these ready resources. Common Co... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

12. THE MOST IMPORTANT ACTIVITY TO DO TOGETHER - READING
October 16, 2015

Reading is the most important academic activity you can do with your child. When you read to younger children, you are helping them develop and build their language arts skill. Vocabulary building, sentence structure, and reading comprehension are just a few example of these early literacy skills. And these skills are not just important as they are growing, but remain critical to their overall success as a student. Studies show that, “children who fall seriously behind in the growth of critical early reading skill have fewer opportunities to practice reading Evidence suggest that ... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

13. THE POWER OF ELEARNING
October 11, 2015

One of these programs, the Lumos Learning Library Program helps patrons that are in elementary and middle schools hone their math and language arts skills. As schools transition to the new Common Core State Standards curriculum, students may have difficulty in particular areas. Through the Lumos eLearning, each patron is able to access the program with their unique library card ID. They are then able to create a profile, access a database of questions and lessons, and assess their learning through pre and post tests. This format of e-Learning offers the patron immediate feedback at the e... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

14. Reading: The Most Important Activity to do Together
October 06, 2015

As parents, we often worry about how we can actively help ours children’s education. Most of us aren’t teachers; we do not work in schools. In fact, we do not always even understand the standards they are supposed to learn, let alone know how to help them. But there is one activity we can do regularly that keeps us engaged with our kids, and helps their education at the same time: reading. Reading is the most important academic activity you can do with your child. When you read to younger children, you are helping them develop and build their language arts skill. Vocabulary building,... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

15. Why Are Parents Opposed To PARCC Testing?
July 26, 2015

PARCC, which is an abbreviation for Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers, features a group of states that have partnered together for developing a standard set of assessments for students to measure whether they are ready for life after high school or not. The tests are computer based and high-quality K-12 assessments in English Language Literacy/Arts, as well as Mathematics. The Purpose of PARCC Testing The various states that have taken part in these standardized tests believe that with the help of PARCC testing, the students would be on track for being succe... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

16. “Just the Facts, Ma’am” Using Nonfiction in the Classroom
July 26, 2015

One key shift with the Common Core is the increased emphasis on “building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction” (from www.corestandards.org). While most ELA teachers are extremely familiar with using fiction in the Language Arts classroom, increasing the amount of nonfiction reading may create a dilemma: for instance, how do teachers “fit” in more time nonfiction, and still have ample time to teach fiction pieces and related reading strategies? At the elementary level, teachers can infuse nonfiction into other subjects in addition to ELA; for example, identifying nonfiction texts in ... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

17. "Just the Facts, Ma'am" Using Nonfiction in the Classroom
July 09, 2015

One key shift with the Common Core is the increased emphasis on “building knowledge through content-rich nonfiction” (from www.corestandards.org). While most ELA teachers are extremely familiar with using fiction in the Language Arts classroom, increasing the amount of nonfiction reading may create a dilemma: for instance, how do teachers “fit” in more time nonfiction, and still have ample time to teach fiction pieces and related reading strategies? At the elementary level, teachers can infuse nonfiction into other subjects in addition to ELA; for example, identifying nonfiction texts in Soc... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

18. How to Help Students With Increasingly Complex Text
May 18, 2015

Helping Students with Increasingly Complex Text The Common Core notes one of the major key shifts in its standards: that students have experience in “regular practice with complex texts and their academic language” (from www.corestandards.org/key-shifts-in-english-language-arts/). Of course, simply having students read complex materials without scaffolding or instruction are less likely to yield positive results than if you assist students in ways that will help them increase their comprehension and confidence. And although students vary widely in reading abilities – with some ... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

19. English Language Programs in Canada
August 07, 2014

The General Arts and Science – English for Academic Purposes program is designed for students who wish to build English language skills for applying for college or university education programs. It is a full-time, post-secondary intensive program, emphasizing on effective academic communication skills by focusing the key areas of reading, writing, listening and speaking.  The English language program is the right choice for those who wish to Earn a general education credit in level 3 Achieve the level of English needed to enter most college programs in Canada Build English language ski... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

20. English for Academic Purposes Is a Base for Success
July 17, 2014

Accreditations are essential when it comes to post-secondary programs. They signal to employers that students have received an education approved by their peers in the industry. Accreditations are especially important when it comes to English as a second language programs. That’s because, in Canada, having a functional grasp on the language is the base for success in the workplace, having a social life and general upward mobility. Take Centennial College’s English language program — General Arts and Science – English for Academic Purposes. It is an Ontario College Certificate offering that is... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

21. NJ ASK 2014: A Short Guide For Math Teachers
July 06, 2014

Though the current iteration of the NJ ASK will not fully measure the Common Core State Standards in 2014, this “transitional” version of NJ ASK will be the bridge between the “old” assessment and the “next generation” PARCC assessment, which will be administered in the 2014-15 school year. Math Teacher's Guide Last week, we looked at some of the changes between the 2013 and NJ ASK 2014 for English Language Arts – and while there are definite shifts and changes, the NJ Department of Education recognizes that these changes are of a more “subtle” nature (since many of the previously-te... (read more)

Author: RON MILLER

22. English for Academic Purposes Program Sets Students Up For Educational Success
February 06, 2014

While most English Second Language programs (also known as ESL programs) require students to spend a particular amount of time in the offering, Centennial College’s undertaking takes a unique approach. The General Arts and Science – English for Academic Purposes program places students into one of three levels, depending upon the results of a placement test. Each level takes one semester to complete. So, if a student is placed in the second level, for example, he or she can complete the offering in just two semesters. Whether they are in level one, two or three, students spend thei... (read more)

Author: Richard Clark

23. Abacus Math Lessons For Kids In New Jersey
November 14, 2013

The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge language arts literacy grade 3 and grade 4 guide to criterion based holistic scoring a writing and reading handbook which is relevant to all the parents students and private tutors at all three Math Genie abacus math for kids schools in New Jersey in the United States of America, carries on to state the following, quote “NJ Ask Released Sample Grade 4 Score Point 3. This response demonstrates an understanding of the task. The student explains the reason for using lightweight paper (if you had a heavyweight paper it would weigh so much the rocke... (read more)

Author: Clyde Thorburn

24. Abacus Lessons For Children In New Jersey
November 14, 2013

The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge language arts literacy grade 3 and grade 4 guide to criterion based holistic scoring a writing and reading handbook which is relevant to all the parents students and private tutors at all three Math Genie abacus math for kids schools in New Jersey in the United States of America, carries on to state the following, quote “NJ Ask Released Sample Grade 4 Score Point 2. The student provides several text-based reasons for using lightweight paper [so it does not slow the rocket down; so you can poke the thumbtack through the paper; you can fold it be... (read more)

Author: Clyde Thorburn

25. Abacus Lessons For Kids In New Jersey
November 14, 2013

The New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge language arts literacy grade 3 and grade 4 guide to criterion based holistic scoring a writing and reading handbook which is relevant to all the parents students and private tutors at all three Math Genie abacus math for kids schools in New Jersey in the United States of America, carries on to state the following, quote “NJ Ask Released Sample Grade 4 Score Point 0. This response gives no evidence that the student has read the story or understood the task. The reference to “lit paper” in the first line indicates only that the student has respon... (read more)

Author: Clyde Thorburn

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