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Digital Learning • Learning Support

A combination of technology, digital content, and instruction.

Gaming Boost Learning

Oct 01, 2019

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Gaming Curriculum to Develop SEL Skills and College & Career Readiness

An esports league has launched a free high school curriculum to help teachers use gaming to boost student learning. Gaming Concepts, from the High School Esports League (HSEL), was written as a turnkey curriculum that almost anyone with even rudimentary computer skills can teach.

Boston Tea Party Museum

Oct 01, 2019

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Road to the American Revolution Brought Alive in the Classroom

Teachers can revolutionize their curriculum by bringing the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum into their classroom. Through this virtual experience, students learn about the Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution by playing an active role debating taxation without representation, and the issues that pushed Massachusetts down the road to revolution.

Constitution Day

Sep 16, 2019

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Program to Cultivate Habits of Civil Dialogue

Just in time for National Constitution Day (September 17), the National Constitution Center has a new initiative for constitutional education and civil dialogue. Through the Center’s Classroom Exchanges program, teachers engage students in dialogue and deepen their constitutional knowledge.

Online courses media ethics

Sep 16, 2019

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Virtual Classes for Evaluating Media

NewseumED’s virtual classes bring the museum to your students. The classes are offered Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET). They are typically 30 to 50 minutes in length and can be adjusted to meet classroom schedules. Presently ten classes, along with training, are offered.

Manage classroom devices with NetSupport

Sep 16, 2019

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Toolkit for Managing IT Assets and Safeguarding Students

NetSupport DNA provides educators, technicians, and even counselors with their own dedicated solution to manage all classroom devices and school-wide IT assets, while identifying vulnerable students. As technology use continues to expand in schools, educators should be equipped with tools to not only improve the quality of technology-led instruction but also maintain a safe learning environment while ensuring IT assets are used effectively. In addition to providing teachers with tools to interact and collaborate with student devices, IT staff can centrally manage and support IT assets and endpoints across a school- or district-wide network. Powerful student eSafety features help support counselors in proactively identifying and protecting students via internet metering, keyword/phrase monitoring, webcam controls, report a concern, risk index, plus more. NetSupport DNA provides a complete toolkit for successful IT management while promoting positive digital citizenship and protecting students.

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