Happy New Year! As many people are making new resolutions for 2020, here at Edcite, we’re committed to another year of partnering with educators on
We hear from teams that the hardest part about giving state-aligned practice is that there are so few items released by the state. What if you
Happy New School Year! Here at Edcite we are excited (one might even say Edcited) for our 6th year of supporting educators with state-aligned assessments
My sophomore year of college, I walked into my first psychology class, briefly heard from Dr. Bryan Saville (the professor), and participated in a type of learning I had never before experienced in college or in my PK-12 education. Little did I know I would end up majoring in psychology, Dr. Saville would become my thesis advisor, and my thesis research topic would focus on this unique structure known as interteaching.
In the United States, around 3 million students graduate from high school each year. About 67% of them, or around 2 million students, enroll in college the following fall. Whether a student is one in over 2 million applying to colleges or one in over a million applying for jobs, life beyond high school is incredibly competitive. Throughout the application process students often feel an immense amount of pressure and stress. Here are several ways you can help students explore their interests and stand out from the crowd throughout high school and thus reduce their overall anxiety when considering their future college or career.
In the midst of a lesson, an inclusion teacher (or co-teacher) is often considering two different needs for each of their students: (1) the strategies to implement so that each student reaches their Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals, and (2) the accommodations to provide so that each student accesses and comprehends the current lesson. Inclusion teachers must use a variety of approaches in order for their students to successfully achieve their individualized goals and master the daily lesson objectives. Here are 4 approaches to add to your repertoire.