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As educators, it’s our job to help prepare students with online safety skills that make sense for their age or grade band.
Learning.com Celebrates Safer Internet Day, February 6, With Free Online Safety Toolkit for Educators and Students
Portland, Ore. - Learning.com, a national leader in providing digital literacy solutions for students, is celebrating Safer Internet Day, February 6, 2018. By offering free resources, including lesson plans and a safety checklist, it hopes to help bridge the...
Learning.com will be at TCEA 2018 in Austin, Texas. Come by Booth #917 for an info session about our various digital literacy solutions.
Learn why this parent wants digital literacy skills taught at her child’s school to help prepare for online assessments.
Digital Literacy is terminology that describes one’s ability to understand, use, and interact with technology and digital resources in real-world situations. Today, these technological skills are vital for our students to possess because future careers depend upon...
EdTech partners need to earn their way into consideration, here are four tips to consider when attempting to secure a successful partnership with educators.
This week is Computer Science Education Week! Learn how to help your students build a foundation in the skills needed for computer science and coding.
Kentucky’s Dixon Elementary School and Texas’ Little Cypress Junior High School Win Grand Prize in Learning.com’s Second Annual Code-a-Thon Competition
More than 650,000 students around the world participated to develop their coding skills through a series of digital challenges.
Learn more about the ever-growing characteristics of interoperable solutions to better prepare and educate those involved in navigating the path to success.
The impact of Hurricane Harvey presented overwhelming challenges for Texas schools, but their response and perseverance has left us all inspired.
Some studies suggest that younger students who start out using block-based coding have a difficult time transitioning to text-based, real-world coding environments.
Coding skills are important for a career in software development, but there are other necessary skills for students to have that go beyond coding.
Learn some implementation best practices from this Supervisor of Instructional Technology at East Orange School District in East Orange, New Jersey.
This annual coding competition provides young learners with an introduction to coding skills and is open to elementary and middle school students.
Share these easy to remember guidelines about cyberbullying with your students to help develop a safer digital world.
Learning.com has been recognized by The Oregonian for Culture of Creativity and Innovation for second consecutive year.
Although teaching students how to be good digital citizens and to be kind online is incredibly important, educators need to practice what they teach first.
Have you considered developing your own assessments? First, read these top four considerations to make when assessing students’ digital literacy skills.