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Using Technology To Differentiate Instruction for Students

When classrooms go 1:1 (i.e. have access to technology devices for all students), the process of differentiating instruction becomes easier to implement. By identifying what the students each need, providing them with the content in the way they learn best, and also including options for alternative assessments, technology can help the educator easily adjust lessons and methodologies to ensure each student acquires the content knowledge being taught.

[Webinar] Adaptive Tech Spaces for STEM and ESports feat. Lenovo

Join Lenovo and Trafera as the team up to provide valuable insights into how you turn a single device and a traditional computer lab into a cross-functional, interactive, and engaging learning space!   In this 30 minute session, you’ll learn how to > Navigate Lenovo Workstation including STEM and Adobe  > Overcome barriers like tight budgets and insufficient computing power   

Kids, Coding, and Computer Science

FireFly Joins Earle Brown Elementary for a Day of Technology In December, educators around the world joined together for Computer Science Education Week. These seven days were aimed at inspiring students to take interest in coding and computer science.