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Realizing Success in the Adult Basic Education Market

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When combined with other sources, one estimate places this figure as high as $10 billion annually, with $200 million of that spent on digital instructional materials. Highly fragmented, these organizations often serve small numbers of learners and have very limited budgets for instructional materials. Based on my experience, companies who have research that validates, or at least indicates, the efficacy of their products gain wider acceptance.

Common Sense Media digital citizenship refresh

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As educators, we’ve learned to count on the research-based wisdom and guidance of Common Sense Media. Among this updated content is material that address balance in life both on- and offline . Rings of Responsibility (Media Balance & Well Being).

The Dilemma of Entrepreneurial Teachers With Brand Names

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She agrees to use their products in her classroom and give the companies feedback. And she recommends their wares to thousands of teachers who follow her on social media. “I After reading the article, I asked myself: What larger issues does the story of Kayla Delzer illustrate? Now with the internet and social media, there is far more evidence of entrepreneurial teachers documented in blogs, Facebook postings, and start-up businesses.

New Content Added to Discovery Education’s Award-Winning Digital Services Boost Teachers’ Ability to Engage Students in Science, STEM, Social Studies, and More

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All three vignettes are now available in Discovery Education Streaming Plus and the Social Studies Techbook. Inspired by the global media company Discovery, Inc., Digital Learning The Wire Science social studies Computer Science k12 education STEM

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Hack Education Weekly News

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Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. Via EdWeek’s Market Brief : “ Texas , a Prized K–12 Market , Approves Wave of Instructional Materials.” ” Via The Sun Sentinel : “Student made social media threat to kill FAU professor, cops say.” Rather Harvard has outsourced instruction to the for-profit company Trilogy Education.