ATTN Educators: The “Guide to Choosing Digital Content and Curriculum” is Finally Here!
It takes a village — of motivated and passionate educational professionals — to achieve positive, sustainable student outcomes. But even the most effective team of educators needs support from the right tools to unlock the full potential of every learner. Choosing those tools is a massive undertaking: the stakes are high, and the rapidly-growing EdTech industry can seem a little overwhelming. Luckily, EdTech experts and innovators have put their heads together to create a how-to guide for selecting the perfect educational tools for your learning community.
The Guide to Choosing Digital Content and Curriculum is a comprehensive and accessible step-by-step blueprint for selecting and understanding cutting-edge educational technology. Sponsored by the Center for Digital Education, the Guide offers methodology for three key steps in the digital selection process: planning for success, understanding digital content and curriculum options, and implementing with fidelity. Learn about Open Educational Resources, how to establish a common vision and understanding, and the invaluable qualities of exceptional educational resources. Whether your district is new to adaptive and personalized digital learning or a seasoned pro, the guide is an excellent resource to help you select the most effective programs for your school.
We are proud to have provided some insight, perspective, and expertise to this amazing resource: Christine Gouveia, Vice President of Applied Learning Sciences at McGraw-Hill Education, School Group, contributed her learning science savvy to help inform and empower educators across the globe.
You can find the full guide here: