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FETC 2012 NEWS: Social studies app for classroom instruction

Pearson’s app Dash is now among the hundreds of Pearson offerings available on the App Store.
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Pearson’s app Dash is now among the hundreds of Pearson offerings available on the App Store. The debut titles are Pearson’s social studies programs: myWorld History Dash and myWorld Geography Dash.

“With Dash, we are truly re-imagining how teachers teach and how students learn,” said Pearson School’s head of mobile learning, Deb Bonanno. “Dash provides teachers with all the subject information, teaching materials and tools they need to implement high-quality program instruction, and allows them to move freely around the classroom with all that power easily accessible in the crook of their arms.”

Teachers can download a free sample of Dash from the App Store and contact their Pearson representative to purchase the full complete application for $59.97 per teacher for 12 months. For more information, visit http://www.pearsonschool.com/dash.

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