Project RED: Global Toolkit for Education, Chapter 4
Best-in-class digital curricula have the potential to be truly transformative and address differing learning styles across all subject areas. Digital curricula allow students to access valuable content anytime, anywhere, and in any way.
The curriculum provides a roadmap for learning, but access to digital content and resources lay the foundation for an instructional shift. This transformation of learning and teaching is essential for students to become successful in the digital global marketplace. However, this shift can only happen if students and teachers create and use content that matches instructional goals, provides real-time assessment data, elicits student creativity and critical thinking, and is adaptive to each student’s level of understanding.
With dynamic digital curricula and content, information becomes vibrant, questioned, researched, and pertinent to learning. Students manipulate and explore until they create meaning from the content, or until the content provides answers to their questions. Students can access content at a level and in the mode that best meets their needs, opening the door for all students to be successful.
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