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Core curriculum released for one to one classrooms

 Although one-to-one computing implementations have been around at least 20 years, results have been mixed in U.S. classrooms.
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Although one-to-one computing implementations have been around at least 20 years, results have been mixed in U.S. classrooms. This is due, in part, to a lack of curriculum programs that exploit the strengths of one-to-one computing, and to professional development that has been driven more by the technology than by instruction. To address this instructional gap, Time To Know today announces the U.S. launch of its complete, interactive curriculum system designed specifically for today’s one-to-one computing classrooms.

With Time To Know, the teacher guides the class using a curriculum that is integrated with tools for classroom management, planning, assessment and collaboration. Time To Know is a core curriculum program that delivers standards-based instruction in mathematics and reading/language arts. Built upon social constructivist principles, the interactive curriculum also offers open-ended explorations and collaboration tools to deepen student understanding and strengthen problem-solving skills.

For more information, visit www.timetoknow.com.

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