Category: K–12

DEIA Best Practices in K–12 Educational Content Development

Sep 28, 2023

Diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) in K–12 curriculum development challenges bias and supports learner growth. At Six Red Marbles, we understand their pivotal role in shaping curricula. Let’s explore how Six Red Marbles can be your partner in achieving approaches that support every learner.

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Ask an Expert – Danish Zaidi

Aug 3, 2023

Meet our Head of Creative Services, Danish Zaidi

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Boosting Student Engagement in the Virtual Classroom

Jul 13, 2023

Virtual learning is here to stay, and the need to enhance student engagement in the online classroom has now taken center stage.

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Ask an Expert – Cary Drake

Jul 6, 2023

Meet our VP of Client Partnerships, Cary Drake

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Empowering Students through Social-Emotional Learning

Jun 15, 2023

At Six Red Marbles, we are driven by a vision to inspire and educate a generation of lifelong learners.

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ESSER Funding: Time Is Limited

Apr 14, 2023

ESSER funds are limited, are you ready to mitigate the learning gaps with unfinished learning? 

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Biographies for Women’s History Month

Mar 30, 2022

For Women’s History Month, our editorial staff shares some biography recommendations.

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Integrating Ada Lovelace into Your Classroom

Oct 8, 2021

Tessa Henry, a supervising editor on SRM’s math team, shares some of what she’s learned about Ada Lovelace, as well as some ideas for a lesson plan for Ada Lovelace Day (October 12).

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Two Ways of Teaching History

Mar 31, 2021

History teachers face a perennial challenge: how to cover an increasing amount of content in a finite amount of time. Every year, there’s a little bit more history to add, but there are never more school days to cover it.

SRM’s Associate Editorial Director of Humanities, Ilene Goldman, compares two methods of teaching history.

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The Wonderful World of Commas, Part I

Feb 26, 2021

Because a comma can change the meaning of a sentence, understanding a writer’s intent and applying commas judiciously can be the most challenging part of a copyeditor’s work. Regardless of what rules a specific style guide follows or which side of the Oxford comma debate you’re on, one thing is true: SRM copyeditors have your back.

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