Articles: Technology

Margo Pierce
An image on the Common Sense Graphite landing page, above, illustrates how educators might search for content.
Districts must maintain security while giving teachers and students freedom to explore
Katie Kilfoyle Remis
At Lawrence Public Schools in Kansas, teacher Paula Barr sits with second graders in her blended learning classroom at Quail Run Elementary School.
Systems increase engagement, provide quick access to digital resources and help teachers with administrative tasks
Nancy Mann Jackson
Students at Cherokee County School District use Pearson’s WriteToLearn to help them become better writers.
Computers advance as writing assessment tool that saves teachers time

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