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Personalized Learning: Defining Our Approach

personalized learning, student achievement, blended learning, online learning, online teaching, education, edtech

As educators, we understand that the phrase "personalized learning" can have many different meanings depending on your role in a student's education. 

As an educational organization offering you tools to personalize learning for your students, we feel it's important to define our approach.

Allow us to take a few moments to explain what personalized learning means at Lincoln Learning Solutions and what it will mean for you when you choose to partner with us.

Setting the Record Straight on Our Backward Design

curriculum development, education, elearning, online learning, student achievement

The Lincoln Empowered™ curriculum by Lincoln Learning Solutions is developed using a “backward design” approach. This is a fancy way of saying we build our content from the standards up.

Thesaurus: The Treasure Trove of Words

English, ELA, reading, Literacy, education, teaching

This isn’t a well-known fact, but I love thesauruses. I use one at least five days a week, multiple times a day while I work. As a curriculum lead, I’m always looking for the best ways to phrase our English Language Arts lessons so that students are exposed to a variety of words, particularly ones with nuisances. It just so happens that today is National Thesaurus Day.

Inspire Creativity in Your Students in 2019

art, teaching, music, education, creativity

It’s January, which means it is the beginning of a fresh, new year! While many people are making health-related resolutions, have you ever thought about resolving to improve your creativity?

New Year’s Resolutions for Online Teachers

education, online teaching, professional development, elearning, teaching

Self-improvement can be a daunting task at the beginning of the year, no matter your occupation. Online teachers are no exception. While you are struggling to get back into the swing of work after break, your students are nearing the end of their first semester. Meanwhile, administrators are already preparing for the following school year.