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In this short, introductory digital citizenship lesson, students will meet Arms, one of the six Digital Citizen characters! Arms explores the meaning of media balance and why it's important to balance our time online so that we h…
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Ambitious science role-playing game has bright future
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Top apps for teaching with iPads.
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Help younger students get a grasp of the globe.
Social Studies, exploration, geography, global awareness, history
Relationships & Communication
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Multidisciplinary tech that'll get inventive students thinking, tinkering, experimenting, engineering, and creating.
Math, estimation, geometry, shapes, statistics, Science, engineering, gravity, physics, substance properties, Arts, design, radio and podcasting, photography, sculpture
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English Language Arts, forming arguments, text analysis, using supporting evidence, writing
Digital Footprint & Identity, News & Media Literacy
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