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White Papers

A library of articles that provide useful and objective information about a particular business problem and potential solutions.

Publication Date: 
9/15/2016

This White Paper highlights the key supports teachers need to create and maintain an effective student writing program. 

Publication Date: 
9/15/2016

Leaders share what worked for them, their teachers, and their students.

Publication Date: 
8/16/2016

Dr. Diane Lauer details how video coaching is improving teacher practice and increasing peer collaboration

Publication Date: 
8/11/2016

Learn how to measure students' social-emotional learning (SEL) in your school or district.
 

Publication Date: 
8/11/2016

Hear from school districts how ease of use and integrated work completion features in an LMS are critical to success

Publication Date: 
7/14/2016

A Research Paper Prepared by YouGov on behalf of Kickboard

Publication Date: 
7/14/2016

Learn about:

  • Common issues that other schools have with their deployments
  • Tips and solutions to these issues
  • Common questions we get surrounding mobile device deployments
Publication Date: 
7/14/2016

The Affordances of VocabularySpellingCity Technology: Meeting Research Based Practices for Word Study Instruction.

Publication Date: 
6/16/2016

Think about this for a moment: What e ect do you think high-functioning Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) might have on your school’s performance?

Our researchers at Learning Sciences International wanted to take a closer look at the impact PLCs have on the schools we work with. We hoped to tease out answers to two related questions about PLCs. When PLCs are working at optimum levels, what is their relationship to student achievement? Secondly, do cohesive and focused high-functioning PLCs have any impact on teacher morale?

Publication Date: 
6/16/2016

K–12 Learning Management Systems (LMS) are becoming increasingly prevalent as schools and districts across the country continue to modernize and embrace the 21st century classroom. For districts, choosing an LMS can be a lengthy undertaking. However, asking the right questions, having
a clear understanding of needs versus wants, and adhering to a proven evaluation process can streamline the e ort and dramatically improve outcomes.

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