As the 2018-19 school year winds down, the Edcite Team wanted to take a look back at this incredible year. Read on to learn about some of our most Edciting moments!
Adrienne Winders is a teacher at Millersport Elementary School in Ohio. She teaches 5th and 6th grade social studies and 6th grade English language arts. Adrienne graduated from Muskingum University in 2000 with a degree in Elementary Education and received her Master’s in Curriculum and Instruction from The University of New England in 2009. She and her team uses our Edcite Schools platform for assessments, and she has several years of experience using Edcite.
Dr. Kristen Taylor is a principal in St. Louis, MO. After earning her master’s degree, she joined Teach For America in the St. Louis region and has been working in elementary and middle schools in St. Louis ever since! Dr. Taylor and her team use our Edcite Schools platform across their campus. She is truly an expert on the platform, and we’re thrilled that she has joined us as an Edcite Expert! Continue reading to learn more about how Dr. Taylor uses Edcite.
Beth Knecht is an 8th grade language arts teacher at River View Junior High School in Warsaw, Ohio. She values the Edcite platform and the readiness that it provides her students for the state tests at the end of the year. Beth was accepted into our Edcite Experts program this year because she is an expert on her campus. Read on to learn more about how Beth uses Edcite!
Angel Rowland is a high school math teacher at Ware County High School in Waycross, Georgia who has been teaching for 17 years. This year she was accepted into our Edcite Experts program [once Edcite Experts page is ready, we’ll link it here]. She has advanced knowledge of Edcite and uses it frequently in her classroom. Fun fact: Angel’s husband is a business and technology teacher at WCHS and introduced her to Edcite last year! Read on to learn more about how Angel uses Edcite.
With over 135 million Office 365 users, a huge number of businesses, nonprofits and other organizations are using Microsoft tools. Schools and districts want to prepare their students for the tools they will use in the workforce, so more and more schools are adopting Office 365 and Teams. In September 2017, it was reported that 125,000 organizations were using Microsoft Teams. By March 2018, that grew to 200,000, and in September 2018, there were close to 330,000 organizations using Teams.