Tag Archives: Digital Learning

Very Social Studies

A Texas teacher’s perspective on her unique students and their shift to digital textbooks. GUEST COLUMN | by Stacy Brown I am a sixth grade Social Studies teacher for Burkburnett Independent School District in Burkburnett, Texas. My district is blessed, … Continue reading

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Digital Study Success

Three ways technology is changing today’s college students’ academic experiences. GUEST COLUMN | by Sally Shankland College graduation rates are disappointingly low, and educators across the country are working to identify new ways to increase student success. High-quality digital learning … Continue reading

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Shifting Gears

Mark Edwards bumps it into overdrive. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero His deep expertise in managing district-wide digital transitions, implementing successful 1-to-1 programs, designing effective professional development initiatives, and purposefully integrating digital content into classroom instruction will serve Mark Edwards … Continue reading

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Trends | 10 Things Everyone Should Know About K-12 Students’ Digital Learning

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The Magic of Inanimate Alice

A transmedia digital-born story experience awaits students worldwide. GUEST COLUMN | by Ian Harper This December, students around the world will be transported into an interactive, multi-sensory literacy experience with the release of Episode 5 of Inanimate Alice. With the … Continue reading

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