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Learning.com Offers Free Tech Readiness Quiz to Help Educators Assess Students’ Digital Literacy Proficiency
Interactive assessment tool provides results to identify gaps in student tech skills.
Onboarding training is crucial to success, but only if there’s follow through. Use these tips to ensure a new program is best utilized to maximize the return on investment.
While it is clear that students need digital literacy to be successful in school and future careers, the challenge is finding effective ways to make sure students are receiving the tech skills they need to excel in the digital world. This year at ISTE, we asked educators visiting our booth to write down creative and easy ways they are integrating critical digital literacy skills such as keyboarding, online safety, productivity tools, and coding into core subject instruction.
Here are five key elements that are found in the best coding curriculum on the market today. By introducing students to coding concepts early, you can help them build the skills they need to be successful in school, college, and future careers.
For District Instructional Technology Coordinator, Stormy Cullum, being collaborative was a successful way to strategize teachers, resources, and school spaces to teach digital literacy at her district.
Professional learning is an ongoing process that provides current educators with the knowledge, skills, and classroom strategies to transform teaching and learning.
EasyTech, Inquiry, and Digital Literacy Assessments align to globally recognized ISTE Standards for Students.
Learning.com celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week 2018 by recognizing digital literacy teachers across the country in a special contest that honored educators who teach technology. Winners have been announced and will receive a year-long classroom subscription to Learning.com’s award-winning digital literacy curriculum.
Cyberbullying is no longer confined to one space, it’s happening at home and in school, with access to the internet at student fingertips. Here are some tips on how to get started with an online safety and cyberbullying prevention plan.
Gone are the days where only technology teachers or librarians were responsible for teaching digital literacy skills. By making curriculum accessible to teachers and students in their Google Classroom courses, teachers of any subject can easily incorporate digital literacy education into their classroom lesson plans, in the computer lab, or in a hybrid of both.
When Teacher Appreciation Week rolls around every year, I can’t help but reminisce about my own teachers. When I think about the educators that made the most impact on me, I reflect on why they were so important. The reason that always comes to mind is the personal...
Last month, Learning.com took part in the nation-wide Take Your Child to Work Day celebration with a day full fun and excitement around the office.
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, School Administrators and Principals are encouraged to nominate a teacher that goes above and beyond to equip students with the digital literacy skills for a chance to win free digital literacy curriculum.
Learning.com’s integration with Google Classroom allows educators to deliver Digital Literacy instruction directly from their Learning Management System.
Last month, some of the Learning.com team joined educators from around the globe at the ASCD Empower18 Conference in Boston, MA.
The role of the school librarian has evolved due to the changing needs of their customers (students, teachers and administrators); the availability of resources in the libraries they work in; and the advancements of technology. Today’s school librarians are our specialists in information technology.
While free resources can supplement and support cost-based curriculum, it’s important to consider the “hidden” costs that can come with free resources.
Learn more about the amazing group of women in tech working at Learning.com, and check out some of the distinctive roles they play in developing digital literacy software for K-8 students.