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Classroom Integration

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Schools tapping into the teaching cloud

Brian Nadel
March, 2017

While online curricula platforms have propelled personalized learning to new levels, Coppell ISD in north Texas takes the concepts a step further.

Tech & content team up in K12

Michael Gagne
February, 2017
ELITEBOOK AT WORK—A  young student gets comfortable at Church Lane Elementary School as he diligently works on his HP laptop, an element of the digital curriculum program in Baltimore’s K12 schools.

Andrew Smith, chief strategy officer in North Carolina’s Rowan-Salisbury School System, is leading a digital-first initiative that three years ago aimed to give an iPad or a MacBook Air to all students—and their teachers—from grades 3 through 12. Rowan-Salisbury became 1-to-1 by the 2014-15 school year.

Using Mobile Devices To Rethink Homework

January, 2017

While administrators can face a variety of challenges when it comes to mobile device deployments and BYOD environments, using mobile technologies effectively can provide new opportunities for learning, including rethinking the age-old institution of homework.

Proven digital curriculum platforms foster personalized learning

DA Custom Publishing
January, 2017
Janet Pittock,  V.P. of Curriculum and Mathematics, Redbird Mathematics,  McGraw-Hill Education, School Group

Educators want to work with students the way they learn best, and we know that one-on-one or small-group instruction is effective. But for the sake of efficiency, schools often employ the “factory” model to teach large numbers of students in a classroom, assuming their age equates to similar positions in their learning progress.

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