Perspective
Researchers at Arizona State document that a mix of online and in-person instruction does transform teaching and learning
By: 
Christopher Piehler
Spotlight
A New Approach to STEM Education at a Rural Elementary School Revs up Learning with Hands-on Student Experiences
By: 
Julia Brolin
Innovation
Mention the “classroom of the future” and it might evoke images of an old Jetsons cartoon—Elroy and his fellow students working on tablets, following a lecture by a virtual teacher and collaborating on space-aged technology
By: 
Cebron Walker
Innovation
Many schools are emphasizing typing and programming skills to prepare their students for the workplace of the future, but it isn’t just about being able to code
By: 
Rachel Norris
Audio/Visual
Making Use of Student Data for Districtwide Solutions is one of An Executives Biggest Jobs and Possibly Their Largest Hurdles
By: 
Cebron Walker
Audio/Visual
State Representative Craig Horn on Digital Transformation in the State of North Carolina and How They Intend to make it Happen in the Next 2 Years
By: 
Cebron Walker
Tactics
If “Content is King” then Your Learning Platform Should be its Queen…
By: 
Tom Winterstein
Thoughts
K-12 Schools and Higher Ed Institutions are Facing Down Serious Disruption in Learning Content—Going from Paper to Digital in All Things
By: 
David Kafitz
Research
A 2-Year Research Study Proves Digital Curriculum Supplimentation Increases Test Scores, Increases Achievement for At-Risk Students
By: 
Julie B. Garcia
Thoughts
Is NGSS the perfect launch point for districts into all digital curriculum and content?
By: 
Dr. Lundon Jackson

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