Access to a Digital Reading Tool Empowers Students to Discover and Enjoy eBooks

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Equity of access and the opportunity for deep personalization are founding principles of many 1:1 programs. This is especially true for ELL students or students with dyslexia, which is the most common language-based learning disability.

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Searching for the Ability to Think: Training our Kids to Go Past Google

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Next week, my tenth graders will have to invent a new way to access the Internet. ” According to the Center for Curriculum Redesign (CCR) “We must deeply redesign curriculum to be relevant to the knowledge skills, character qualities, and met-learning students need in their lives.”

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OETC Partners with TeamDynamix

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OETC has partnered with TeamDynamix to provide access to their products for OETC members. The solution is built for education and offers an online portal with an integrated knowledge base. [

This Company is Using AI to Change the World

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Expanding the knowledge base for more conversation is problematic because you need to increase the static responses and link them to new requests and questions. So, if you have a student who needs responses on space, a space knowledge library is generated.

5 Favorite Activities to End the School Year

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Have students read digital books and write reviews that can be added to the school library website. Start by adding these reviews to your class library and then, with the evidence of their popularity, suggest them for the school library.

Chromebooks: The Key to Successful Management

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In addition, library systems may seem to track the devices but this reactive tool does not track the full lifecycle of the Chromebooks. Finally, there is the option to set up a self-service portal where users have access to knowledge base articles.

The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

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The real digital divide, this article contends, is not that affluent children have access to better and faster technologies. (Um, There are, of course, vast inequalities in access to technology — in school and at home and otherwise — and in how these technologies get used.