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Digital Classroom

Nowadays, even elementary students are very technology savvy. Why not utilize and enhance this knowledge by incorporating the latest technologies into your lesson plans? Watch this video from the Auburn Early Education Center and discover how! FIND OUT MORE »

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Screencapture, ThingLink homepage, 2013

Turn an image into an interactive graphic with ThingLink! [...] »

snapshot of Scribblar whiteboard placing notes of the 3 estates in 1789 France

Teach in a virtual classroom? Try this collaborative online whiteboard tool. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Find primary sources and the tools to present them to students—in one [...] »

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Teachers demonstrate digital tool strategies

Photo, Flat Classroom Skype, November 29, 2008, superkimbo, Flickr

Educator Silvia Tolisano introduces voice-chat tool Skype and its use in the [...] »

Kristina Frank of Eagle Ridge Middle School brings modern and historical [...] »

A student using Voicethread in Jennifer Orr's classroom

Students are never too young for digital tools—watch first graders use [...] »

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b&w photo, 1911, Webster Branch Y.M.C.A. Teaching English to Foreigners, NYPL

Bring history to life with Skype and other digital technologies. [...] »

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