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New ISTE Book Challenges Educators to Integrate Digital Age Skills

ISTE has a new publication for teachers struggling to incorporate digital age skills, such as innovation, digital literacy, collaboration and critical thinking, into their instruction.
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ISTE has a new publication for teachers struggling to incorporate digital age skills, such as innovation, digital literacy, collaboration and critical thinking, into their instruction. 

Author L. Robert Furman shares a road map in The Future-Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks.

Following the format of a self-improvement guide, Furman breaks down the process of addressing digital age skills into 18 challenges accompanied by examples for implementing at different grade levels, motivational case studies and reflection questions. 

The Future-Ready Challenge: Improve Student Outcomes in 18 Weeks is now available from the ISTE Store.

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