Below are articles that might be of interest to you as you move forward with digital teaching and learning in your LEA or Charter. They may address a specific need or offer strategies and/or solutions that may be of help.

April 2015
This innovative district lets students choose how to learn
A district offers students 6 instructional models—an approach that has led to zero dropouts

7 innovative 3D printers for the classroom
A snapshot of classroom-ready 3D printers available for eduactors

3 ways technology can support positive behavior in schools
How technology can help you apply Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) in your schools

5 useful apps for students with autism
These apps, which focus on communication, visual prompts, and more, are aimed at helping students with autism

Report: Interest in Flipped Classrooms Surpasses Other Digital Learning Trends - THE Journal 3/21/14
"From this research, it is evident that the flipped learning model is gaining the attention of educators who are interesting in improving student achievement and teacher effectiveness by leveraging digital tools to enable innovation," said Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow, in a prepared statement.

E-Learning: Tips for Student Success by Bridget McCrea, Published in Campus Technology Magazine 9/18/13
Two schools share what tools they use to improve student engagement and commitment in their distance learning programs.

Six Excellent Sites for Free Digital Textbooks by
Dian Schaffhauser
Published on The Journal 8/1/13
The August issue of Scientific American includes a special report: “Learning in the Digital Age”. The report includes several articles, one from Arne Duncan. Here’s a link to the online version of the report for non-subsribers:

Thinking About Chromebooks? Here's Everything You Need to Know First
by David Weldon
Published on The Journal 4/22/13

New: 10 of the Best Apple and Android apps for Education in 2013
from eSchool News Staff
Published on eSchools News

Report: Parents See Benefit of Mobile Tech, Want Schools To Take Better Advantage
The Journal
by Joshua Bolkan, 05/02/13
A new survey from the Learning First Alliance and Grunwald Associates suggests that parents of young children, girls, and students who are required to use portable or mobile devices in school are more likely to see the educational potential of such devices.