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Parent Accounts: Getting the Most Out of Studies Weekly

As a teacher, you know that parent involvement is one of the key indicators in the value of your students’ education. You also know firsthand that your students’ parents can either be your greatest allies or present difficult hurdles into your teaching. After several years of experience with our online tool, and after feedback from some of our valued educators, we added the awesome...

Getting the Most Out of Your Studies Weekly Account

Did you know your Studies Weekly print publications already have a subscription to our online tool? We are always surprised to find out when teachers who have been using Studies Weekly print materials for years are not also taking advantage of the online side of their products! Whether you are a parent, teacher, or even a student, Studies Weekly’s online format is user-friendly and...

See Our Primary Source Media Online!

As a teacher, one of the most difficult things about your responsibility to students is teaching them real-world, real-time applications of events in history. Elementary school students now were not even born when historically significant events such as the September 11 attacks occurred, but most of you can probably remember where you were and what you were doing on that fateful day. So what is...

Teacher Professional Development Made Easier

We have mentioned some notable changes to our online tools over the last couple of weeks. We wanted to make online student reporting easier, have functions that made testing students simpler, and revamped our teacher professional development site for better usability. The following elements on our site were updated and went live February 1st: Autosave Function on Assessments (reviewed here)...

Online Learning Improves with Student Accounts

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Optimizing online learning in your classroom can be a hefty task. If you are already using the Studies Weekly online tool,¬† you have probably used or are encouraging your students’ parents to use our Parent Accounts. Most classrooms in the U.S. are connected to the internet today. The internet can be a significant online learning tool in your classroom, but because different students learn...

Increase Parent Involvement with Our Parent Accounts

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First off, it was so great to see so many of you at NCSS 2017 this year! We also got to engage with a lot of you during our virtual Veterans Day Assembly event. It is always a great pleasure for us to talk to you and find out more about what you’re looking for in your classrooms. These conversations help us build and develop useful tools like the Parent Accounts we’re going over in...

Award Winning Social Studies Teacher Uses Studies Weekly

Award winning social studies teacher Cathy Marston has been using Studies Weekly to increase critical thinking in her students for 15 years.

Cathlina Marston is a fourth grade teacher in Glendora, California. A veteran teacher of 30 years, Marston has been using Studies Weekly in her classroom for the last 15 years. In 2016, Marston won the California Elementary Outstanding Social Studies Teacher of the Year Award! Highlight Video We are so proud to have educational trailblazers like Cathlina Marston as part of the Studies Weekly...