“As we head into another uncertain year in education, technology will continue to be one of the key drivers for innovation,” says Tech & Learning Group Publisher Christine Weiser. “Our judges chose the winning products recognized here for their versatility, compatibility, value, and ability to help schools solve challenges and support continuous instruction.”
At Learning.com, we know that just because students use computers and cell phones, that doesn’t mean they know how to keyboard properly, communicate with business tools and apps, use computational thinking, code, or even how to stay safe online. Digital literacy is essential to success not only in school, but in future jobs.
EasyTech plays an important role in providing digital equity for students. Administrators can work with Learning.com staff to customize EasyTech’s library of 1,000 lessons to align with their district’s technology standards. This ensures that students across the entire district, regardless of location or teacher, receive the same digital literacy instruction.
“After many failed attempts at rummaging together a cohesive instructional technology curriculum, we found EasyTech and Learning.com. It is a one-stop shop for Digital Citizenship, Keyboarding, Productivity Tools, Coding and so much more,” said Barb Moses, Director of Instructional Technology at Washington’s Toppenish School District. “Our teachers have moved from tears and frustration to happy and successful Instructional Technology educators.”
Find out how other administrators and teachers have leveraged EasyTech to provide digital skills and digital equity to their students in our Customer Success stories here.