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3 Ways to Develop Well-Trained Teachers

Providing teachers with professional development opportunities is crucial to their success in the classroom and the success of the investment that has been made in a new technology curriculum.

Making the Most of Your Curriculum Investment

As a finance guy, I’m consistently tasked with finding the best solution to help save time and money. When it comes to investing for a company there’s one basic rule: get in early and invest your time, money and resources. If the investment starts to go south, stick...

The Importance of Onboarding

Onboarding is essential to success. Use these suggestions to help make your onboarding process is efficient and effective.

The Importance of Interoperability in the Digital Classroom

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.

Coding for the Non-Tech Teacher

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.

Selfies in San Antonio

This year at ISTE 2017 we encouraged attendees to take a selfie with a Learning.com member and tweet their picture using #TeachingDL.

The Office and the Digital Native

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.

4 Keys to Becoming a Good Digital Citizen

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.

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