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Natasha Husein

Clever supports #FinAidFeb

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February is Financial Aid Awareness month! This year, Clever will be supporting the #FinAidFeb movement by giving high school students and their teachers direct access to resources for financial aid, college planning, and scholarship assistance via the Clever Portal. We believe in improving outcomes for all scholars and recognize how important financial aid can be […]

Help students understand, retain, and enjoy what they read.

By Natasha Husein on

Actively Learn helps students read for depth by providing content, features, and data designed for deeper learning. Teachers can access a library of thousands of texts and videos for middle and high school ELA, social studies, and science. This includes novels, short stories, high-interest articles, textbook sections, DBQs, primary sources, and more! Our texts and […]

Duolingo joins the Clever App Library

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With over 300 million users, Duolingo is the world’s most popular app for learning foreign languages. And with it’s short, fun, cleverly challenging grammar and vocabulary lessons, it’s easy to see why! Duolingo gamifies foreign language instruction; it turns what was once a long, tedious challenge into a series of short, fun game-like activities. Cute […]

Finding effective lesson hooks

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The first few minutes of class can make or break your lesson, and a hook is key to ensuring that your lesson starts off right. A great hook piques student interest in the topic of your lesson and cultivates their curiosity. However, finding an engaging and relevant lesson hook can be difficult and time-consuming. First, […]

Typing.com partners with Clever

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tYping. Wait, Typing. It’s one of the most important, fundamental skills to succeed in the 21st century. But it’s not a skill people pick up naturally; learning to type takes time and practice! That’s why Clever is excited to announce a new app partnership with Typing.com. Typing.com makes learning to type easy and fun. Its […]

Get Essential Resources for Teaching in the Digital Age

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Common Sense Education supports K–12 schools with free, high-quality, and research-based resources for teaching in the digital age. Students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. The Common Sense Digital Citizenship Curriculum, now with all new lessons for grades 3–8 and more to come, […]

Make SSO your superpower

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Everyone in education is buzzing about single sign-on (SSO). District admins know they need it, and teachers and students want to benefit from quick and easy logins to all of their digital learning resources. However, even though the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) listed SSO as the “most-implemented interoperability initiatives” in 2017, a report one […]