Curriculum Associates has launched a blog to help support teachers and building-level leaders navigate today’s educational environment. The blog, which can be found at CurriculumAssociates.com/Blog, features original, informative, and actionable resources, best practices, research, and educator stories. New content, written by educators and industry experts, will be added multiple times per week.
“We are always looking for new ways to connect with and help educators, especially in today’s complex and fast-changing teaching environment,” said Rob Waldron, CEO of Curriculum Associates. “Our blog delivers insights from incredible experts—both from our own team and practitioners in the field—and will be a valuable resource for any educator looking for practical and relevant guidance, strategies, and tips to inspire their practice and help solve challenges.”
Posts are authored by a range of voices, including Curriculum Associates national directors, Extraordinary Educators, education researchers, teachers, administrators, and respected thought leaders.
The blog covers myriad topics related to distance learning, data culture, leadership, and instruction. Posts include tips for facilitating virtual learning, helping parents assess students at home, tracking student data, debunking math misconceptions, engaging students in math discourse, facilitating culturally responsive teaching, planning for success after extended school closures, and much more. While the blog is geared toward teachers and building-level leaders, it will include content for district leaders, such as “The Five Questions Administrators Should Be Asking about Returning to School after COVID-19.”
To read Curriculum Associates’ new blog, visit CurriculumAssociates.com/Blog.
Founded in 1969, Curriculum Associates, LLC designs research-based print and online instructional materials, screens and assessments, and data management tools. The company’s products and outstanding customer service provide teachers and administrators with the resources necessary for teaching diverse student populations and fostering learning for all students.