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Applying Concepts in the Classroom

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Teachers need a structured training path around important topics related to 21st Century Skills and tech integration. After they have grasped a topic, the next step is applying that concept to their curriculum. Online classroom integration tools can simplify this process for already busy teachers with the following:

  • Step-by-step tutorials that walk through example projects
  • Project activity guides
  • Resources needed to re-create example projects

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