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Digital social studies magazine goes interactive

 Scholastic has announced a new whiteboard-friendly digital version of Junior Scholastic®.
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Scholastic has announced a new whiteboard-friendly digital version of Junior Scholastic®. This digital extension of Junior will be available free to teachers, parents and students through the end of August. In the fall, teachers with a paid subscription of 10 or more copies will gain access to the digital version at no additional charge. The digital version of Junior is whiteboard-ready, giving instructors a more interactive way to use the magazine for whole-group instruction.

The new digital features include:

  • Digitally Enhanced Issues
  • Teacher and Student Editions
  • At-home access
  • Videos and Slideshows
  • Vocabulary list
  • Whiteboard-ready skills sheets
  • Student polls
  • Exclusive news stories

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