Learning.com Case Studies

Tony DeMonte

Illinois Elementary School District Brings Importance Back to Labs With EasyTech

“You can’t assume all the kids know how to use technology fluently. Even if students know how to text with two thumbs on a phone, that doesn’t mean they can type efficiently enough to write a paper in a single sitting.”

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Lorrie Germann

Ohio Partners with Learning.com for Online Safety Curriculum

“The feedback we received from schools using
Learning.com was overwhelmingly positive, and we’re proud to offer this resource to Ohio teachers and students at no cost.”

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Emily Bourgeois

Texas District Takes a Project-based Approach to Integrating Technology into Core Instruction

“The nice thing about Inquiry is that it moves students toward higher-order thinking and away from rote instruction. It’s helpful for developing the 21st century skills, like critical thinking, that students need.”

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John Morrison

N.J. Middle School Creates ‘Win-Win’ by Incorporating Technology into Social Studies

“With schools preparing students for online tests,
they’ll need a program that integrates technology into everyday instruction.”

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Kelly Ward

Philadelphia Educator Reinvents Computer Lab
with EasyTech

“The lessons are short, sweet and interactive. It makes everything I do easier and faster. This is the first time I’ve seen students relate the lessons to real-life software like Word and Excel.”

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Sally Musick-Meredith

Tennessee District Prepares Students for Online Assessments with EasyTech

"Teachers and students love EasyTech. Teachers are amazed at what their students are learning and they’ve realized how much our students were lacking those skills before. I take that as 100 percent satisfaction."

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Dawn Siech

Iowa Students Having Fun While Learning
21st Century Skills

"21st century technology use requires more than just word processing skills; it’s about finding valid and reliable resources online, understanding online etiquette, knowing copyright laws, taking technology and applying it to different situations."

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Jolynn Sapia

Long Island Students Develop Crucial
21st Century Skills

"This program is motivating. It’s addressing Common Core standards in an organized fashion. Students can rewind the short instructional videos if they don’t understand something, and a teacher can easily add more content to a particular topic."

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Digital Literacy is Just a Quick Click Away
for N.J. Students

"I was really impressed with their system, the quality of lessons and the fact that the lessons develop the 21st century skills outlined by the ISTE NETS-S as well as the Common Core Anchor Standards."

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Arizona District Prepares for
Next-Generation Assessments

"EasyTech is a program that allows my students to listen for knowledge, think critically about what they heard and act on it."

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Ellen Pitrelli

Longwood Central School District Prepares
Students for Global Economy

"For us, Learning.com continues to be a one stop shop for all of the resources we need to teach students these digital literacy skills that are so crucial for the 21st century."

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Cheryl Beaman

Oklahoma Students Succeed with Digital Skills and Standards-Aligned STEM Content

"Now students have those digital skills, so teachers don't have to show them how to use the computers; they can get right to the academic content."

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Rod Federwisch

Supplemental Curriculum Helped Struggling Students See Themselves as Successful Math Learners and Show Improvement in Scores

"Aha!Math is an exciting program for the kids. It's a visual hands-on. Our kids were definitely seeing the light. They were catching on and were understanding concepts that up until now they just weren't getting."

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Kelly Crowley

Aha!Math Has Helped Engage Elementary Students to Make Strides in Their Math Skills

"I am still teaching the class — not the computer. I am still engaged with my students. Aha!Math is like a new version of a text, but it's not boring."

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