Articles about Achieve3000


How COVID-19 Could Change Instructional Materials for Years to Come

Nov. 23, 2020

Districts Are Looking for Flexibility, Ease of Use, and Accommodations for Print Demands ... READ MORE




Massena Central School Board Approves New English Language Arts Curriculum

Aug. 30, 2020

An online program that was tested by teachers and students during remote learning in the spring is now a part of the Massena Central School District’s grades six through 12 curriculum package. ... READ MORE




America’s Favorite Rapping Teacher, Mr. Dwayne Reed, Joins Forces with Achieve3000

Aug. 19, 2020

Achieve3000 Kicks-off New Initiative to Bring Teacher-led Instruction to K-12 Learning Platform ... READ MORE




Strategies for Engaging Students in 'Meaningful' Online Learning Experiences

Aug. 14, 2020

The new question-of-the-week is: What are effective instructional strategies to use when teaching an online class? ... READ MORE




Guest post: Vice President Judy Brown of Mathematics for Achieve3000

July 22, 2020

Achieve3000 is so excited to be rolling out its first math solution this year! In preparation, we asked our mathematics expert, Judy Ann Brown, to address a common theme in families with school-age kids—whether the way students learn a math topic now has really changed versus how older generations learned it. Here’s what she shared, diving specifically into common core multiplication standards. ... READ MORE




Achieve3000 Introduces Research-based K-12 Math Solution

July 3, 2020

Achieve3000, the leader in differentiated instruction for in school and at home learning, released details about an individualized, research-based digital solution to accelerate student gains in math. Achieve3000 Math covers a comprehensive scope of standards-aligned math content, from basic elementary fluency and numeracy to core high school topics. Similar to Achieve3000 Literacy, the math solution applies learning science to deliver differentiated practice and intervention that close students’ knowledge gaps and builds confidence. ... READ MORE




The Pandemic & Literacy: Achieve3000’s Early Insights

June 8, 2020

Teachers, parents, and students alike are letting out a collective sigh following triage-grade e-learning efforts that were put into high gear 10 weeks ago. But administrators are not. Superintendents and central office staff such as curriculum directors and directors of technology are still working exclusively on retooling for a fall semester with a significantly better learning experience than the one we just encountered. ... READ MORE




The Art of Civil Discussion

May 20, 2020

Middle-school students are at a unique age -- they are no longer children but they are not adults yet either. They are inquisitive; they want to understand the world they live in. And they’re eager to discuss the hot issues of the day -- the 2020 presidential election, vaccines, gun control, abortion, religious freedom, climate change. ... READ MORE




Counting The Cost Of Remote Learning

May 11, 2020

Just as the collection and analysis of data is essential for the battle against COVID, so it will be to track the benefits and losses of education with whatever remote learning brings. ... READ MORE




After Months of eLearning, Educators Ask What Challenges New School Year will Bring

May 10, 2020

Educators expect that the more than two months students have spent out of the classroom may cause setbacks at the start of the next school year. ... READ MORE