Accelerating digital learning: How to use data from classroom devices

| February 9, 2016

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Digital learning is the default mode for most kids today, as they're constantly connected to smartphones, tablets and laptops. Many educators are taking note of this important trend and adjusting curriculums accordingly.Last year, the Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, New York, became the first school in the US to use an all-digital textbook library, according to CBS News. Thanks to this technology, students can access all their textbooks online. Lessons at the Aspire Titan Academy in Huntington Park, California, on the other hand, are taught by a combination of teachers and computers, as reported in The Atlantic.

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