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Creating a sustainable classroom is certainly a worthy goal. Students are onboard, and tech is ready to help. Here are a few ways to project a greener future for your school.
Unique site allows for exploration of multiple lessons, while the check tool allows students to evaluate credibility of news.
In 2014 Finland began noticing intentional misinformation campaigns focused around issues like immigration, the European Union, or whether Finland should become a full member of NATO.
Read&Write was developed to encourage readers and writers -- especially those with special language or literacy needs -- to access texts and improve their skills.
The game's aim is to help students understand the essential qualities of good journalism, how news goes viral, and common tactics employed in news to deceive or manipulate reads.
Geometry Pad is an interactive workbook that kids can use to create, manipulate, and measure figures.
Popplets allow kids to share and make sense of their ideas using words, images, drawings, and video.