Lincoln Learning Solutions
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Classroom Adventures Await: No packing required

education, teaching, high school, online teaching, blended learning, elementary

There’s no doubt that field trips are amazing learning opportunities for students, but between budget cuts and planning plunders, it just isn’t always an option. Or is it?

Outstanding Online Student Celebrations

elearning, online learning, education, teaching, student motivation, high school, online teaching

The end of the school year is always a highly anticipated time for teachers and students, and it is often a time to celebrate. Acknowledging students and their achievements in an online learning environment requires some creativity.

Personalized Learning: Defining Our Approach

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

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

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

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

education, teaching, reading, English, Literacy, ELA

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.