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Whether you teach Math or English, Social Studies or Science, digital skills are invaluable for your students to learn to prepare for their future. Start creating new learning experiences for your students using Google’s Applied Digital Skills curriculum. Applied Digital Skills uses project-based learning to help your students develop in-demand job and life skills like budgeting, creating stories, organizing information about college and more. It’s suitable for all middle and high school students in many types of classes, and is adjustable for younger grades as well. To get started, check out real-life examples across the curriculum, in the classroom. #GrowWithGoogle.
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Stories from Teachers
Applied Digital Skills Week – It’s a wrap, folks!
But our time together isn’t over! We’re just getting started! If you’ve been following along with Applied Digital Skills Week and our daily challenges, you’ve accomplished a lot! You created a class, explored the curriculum, experienced the curriculum as a learner, and came up with an idea for remixing an activity for your classroom. […]
The Remix: Integrating Applied Digital Skills In Any Classroom
Welcome to the Day 4 of Applied Digital Skills Week! We’re continuing to explore Applied Digital Skills curriculum with a twist. Taking what your students need, your classroom goals, and the curriculum you’ve explored… ask yourself this: How will you customize and use Applied Digital Skills in your classroom? Challenge #4: Customize Learning with Applied Digital […]
“Mostly, Applied Digital Skills has helped cultivate a sense of community, engagement, excitement, and collaboration in my classroom.”