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How Publishers Can Best Serve Emergent Bilingual Students
Emergent bilingual students face unique challenges in the classroom. Educational publishers have a crucial role in supporting these students’ learning by creating curriculum materials that honor their linguistic and cultural needs. In this blog post, we’ll explore how educational publishers can best serve emergent bilingual students in their curricula.
How Educational Publishers Can Improve Reading Fluency
Reading fluency is the ability to read text accurately, efficiently and with appropriate expression. Fluent readers must have the ability to process text well on a surface level through automatic word recognition and efficient decoding of new words.
NCLEX 2023-2026 Test Plan: What Publishers Need to Know
The NCLEX test is a crucial step for nursing students to become licensed nurses. It is developed by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) to assess whether nursing graduates have the right skills to begin working in patient care. In 2023, the NCLEX will become the Next Generation NCLEX, or NGN. Students who enrolled in programs in the fall of 2021 or after will take the Next Gen NCLEX starting on April 1st, 2023. Publishers will need to update their study materials to note these changes.
Phonics and Phonemic Awareness in ELA Curriculum
Much of the talk around the science of reading has touched on the importance of systemic phonemic awareness and phonics lessons. Incorporating phonics and phonemic awareness into an ELA curriculum is essential for developing strong reading skills in students.
Understanding EdReports’ Role in Curriculum Development
What Is EdReports? EdReports is a non-profit organization that provides independent, evidence-based reviews of K-12 educational materials. These include both textbooks and technology-based products. The reviews are designed to help schools and districts make informed...
4 Common Misconceptions Students Have About Algebra and How Publishers Can Help
In the United States, algebra is seen as the gateway course to higher-level math courses and, in some cases, even college. It also plays a crucial role in many areas of study, including science, engineering, and finance. Since this is usually the first encounter with abstract mathematical thinking, students often experience confusion and uncertainty. Here are four common misconceptions students have about algebra and how publishers can help to address these misunderstandings.
Follow These 7 Great Tips When Creating Educational Products for K-12
The best elements publishers can include for their ed products meet the customer’s needs. Besides that, their products exceed customer expectations. Also, these products facilitate educators’ personal growth. Features nurture and transform students for their learning journey. To meet these goals, publishers can follow these great tips when creating educational products for K-12
eLearning and Interactive Assessments: Increasing Student Engagement
In our digital age, eLearning involves students of all ages. Many publishers must create educational content and assessments that are accessible online. However, research from the journal Online Learning shows that simply providing students with online content is not enough to ensure that they will be successful. Students must stay engaged in order to master the material. One way to increase student engagement is through the use of interactive assessments.
Incorporating Technology in History Lessons
Use technology to create digital historical timelines, produce newspaper articles about historical events or figures.
How Publishers Can Help Fix 4 Misconceptions Students Have About Multiplication
Publishers can help fix 4 misconceptions students have about multiplication
Our Top Blogs of 2022
As we get ready to welcome 2022, we thought it would be a great idea to recap 2021 with our top 5 articles written this year.
5 Benefits Publishers Get When Using Human Translations Versus Machine Translations (Google Translate)
When using human translations versus machine translation, the text stays in the intended context. Besides that, some languages do not translate an exact one-to-one meaning of the words. Yes, the machine translator will get the basics right. But it will not keep the voice and personality of the author. It will not capture the voice of a company’s brand. The emotional weight of the text will be lost in translation.