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Knovation recently released results of its 2014 National Digital Content & CurriculumSurvey, which discusses the elements of a K-12 digital curriculum strategy that are mostimportant to educators.
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Knovation recently released results of its 2014 National Digital Content & Curriculum Survey, which discusses the elements of a K-12 digital curriculum strategy that are most important to educators.

Key implications for districts include:

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Selection: A school district’s priorities should drive the selection of digital resources. Content should align with district initiatives, and curriculum, state, and Common Core standards.

Quality and Rigor: Ease of use is a top priority as districts select digital resources.

Attributes of Learning Objects: Digital content should provide both remediation and enrichment opportunities for students by embedding formative assessment within the learning resources.

For the complete results, visit www.knovationlearning.com/digital-curriculum-survey

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