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Developing Future-ready Students Through Coding

It’s estimated that the jobs that will exist in 2030 have not even been invented yet. So what can school districts do today to prepare our students for the tech careers that lay in wait?

The 4 C’s of Coding

Explore coding and all the benefits it offers students! This infographic introduces the 4 C’s of Coding.

Taking Learning Beyond Knowledge

Using application experiences, where students must evaluate a problem and then create a solution using technology, deepens learning in a way that allows students to be more than technology users. They become knowledge constructors, innovative designers, creative communicators, and global collaborators.

Webinar Recap: Developing a Cyberbullying Prevention Program

In a recent webinar, Developing a Cyberbullying Prevention Program, Evan Abramson, Director of Technology at Millburn Township Public Schools in New Jersey, offered the following best practices for providing educators with the resources and support they need to create a cyberbullying prevention program in their district or school.

Doing Our Part to Promote Cyberbullying Prevention

Blue Shirt Day is Monday, October 1, 2018 and is the start of National Bullying Prevention and Awareness Month, Learning.com team members will wear blue in public support and have shared some of their thoughts on the importance of cyberbullying prevention.

Preparing K-8 Students for the Careers of the Future

The modern student needs to be competent and adept at learning, using, and adapting technology tools to be digital citizens, workers and makers. At Learning.com, we are passionate about preparing students with the digital literacy skills they need, starting as early as kindergarten. Read this blog to learn about the curriculum needed to prepare students for future college and careers.

Webinar Recap: Using Data to Ensure Students Are Tech Ready

Learning.com’s Director of Education, Jeff Meyer presented on the webinar, “Using Data to Ensure Students Are Tech Ready”. He examined the need for standards-aligned assessment data to drive digital literacy programs in schools and districts. Here is a recap of his presentation.

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