More Than 75 percent of Fifth and Eighth Graders are Non-Proficient in 21st Century Skills, According to Learning.com Study
Research demonstrates access to tools for building digital literacy skills is key to closing skills gap.
Use these 8 essential qualities to evaluate potential digital literacy curriculum options.
As schools and districts implement technology and digital content in the classroom, teachers and students are asked to use multiple logins and learn a variety of systems for teaching and learning. Schools and districts have decided this is not an acceptable solution and the ability to integrate multiple tools from different vendors is becoming essential.
New edWebinars From Learning.com and edWeb.net Empower Teachers to Build Students’ Digital Literacy Skills
New edWebinars presented through new professional learning community cover a wide range of digital literacy topics from Learning.com and edWeb.
Read the stories of two teachers who had no prior experience teaching coding but utilized their tools and resources to bring coding to their students.
As a former teacher, I have taught all types of students. From my training and my experience came the recognition that every student needs to be provided personalized opportunities for successful learning to occur. Until recently, the ability to customize curriculum...
Tech & Learning Magazine names comprehensive digital solution for developing essential digital literacy skills among best of the best a premier ed tech conference.
edWeb.net and Learning.com have started a new, free professional learning community to help educators prepare students for success in the digital world.
This year at ISTE 2017 we encouraged attendees to take a selfie with a Learning.com member and tweet their picture using #TeachingDL.
Powerful new assessment tool aligned to 2016 ISTE Standards for Students, provides real-time student data to help bridge skills gaps.
Learning.com and CodeMonkey Honored as Finalists in 2017 Software & Information Industry Association CODiE Awards
Coding Foundations Bundle recognized as Best Coding and Computational Thinking Solution category.
By learning coding in the early years, students develop a love for coding that can spark an interest in learning more as they move into high school and beyond.
In today’s world, to be successful at non-tech jobs, you must be proficient using word processors, spreadsheet programs, presentation software, email, chat and many specialty software applications on a variety of devices.
Helping students develop the higher order thinking skills they need to become good digital citizens will serve them in many other aspects of their lives and prepare them for their future in the classroom and the life beyond.
Keyboarding is a fundamental skill. You can help your students succeed in school and in an ever-increasingly digital world by implementing a keyboarding program built upon an understanding of the benefits of keyboarding, best practice, and sound instructional design.
Updated digital solution will help students develop accuracy and speed in a fun and engaging environment.
Every day teachers around the world inspire their students, challenge them, and help prepare them to be successful in learning and in life.
Learning.com announced a new partnership with Codesters, a leading platform for K-12 computer science instruction, to develop EasyCode Pillars, a powerful online interactive curriculum that incorporates coding challenges and game design into the classroom to cultivate students’ coding skills.