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Transform Learning with Digital Curriculum

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As schools districts develop digital curriculum and technology strategies, it’s important they have a roadmap, from establishing goals and assessing infrastructure readiness, to professional development, piloting and planning a full rollout. This infographic provides a quick overview on how to plan and implement a digital transformation in your school.

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Transform Learning with Digital Curriculum

  1. 1. TRANSFORM LEARNING WITH DIGITAL CURRICULUM At Samsung, we create groundbreaking solutions that empower educators and students to embrace tomorrow’s opportunities—today. Our innovative solutions and offerings add value to any curriculum by giving instructors the tools they need to engage students, inspire imaginations, elevate learning, and bring lesson plans to life. Samsung Knows Education What can Samsung do for your education environment? Download the eBook Twitter: @SamsungBizUSA Blog: insights.samsung.com 1. Dian Schaffhauser, “Research: Move to Digital Curriculum Calls for Teacher Training, New District Roles,” The Journal, December 4, 2015. https://thejournal.com/articles/2015/12/04/research-move-to-digital-curriculum-calls-for-teacher-training-new-district-roles.aspx “New Research from Common Sense Media Reveals Mobile Media Use Among Young Children Has Tripled in Two Years,” Common Sense Media, October 2013. https://www.commonsensemedia.org/about-us/news/press-releases/new-research-from-common-sense-media-reveals-mobile-media-use-among © 2015 Samsung Electronics America, Inc. Samsung is a trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. Sources: 2. The potential of technology to transform learning—and teaching—is vast. Educators are creating powerful 1:1 computing environments in which: Wherever you are in your transition to digital curriculum, this infographic will lay out key points to consider during the process. 77% of respondent schools have a 1:1 environment in at least one grade level 3.5 years is the average time period schools have been providing 1:1 computing Every child has a device Devices are equipped with digital curriculum Curriculum allows for self-directed learning A recent study revealed:1 Today’s children are extremely comfortable with technology. What’s Driving the Digital Transformation? Almost 40% of kids under two have used a mobile device2 75% of kids under eight have their own mobile device2 Educational environments must embrace digital technologies to engage the modern student. Digital tools allow students to work together, learn, and communicate through video, audio, graphics, and interactivity. They also help them develop: Critical and analytical thinking Cooperative skillsSocial skills While creating a digital learning environment is an ongoing process, research reveals that only 52% of survey respondents have a digital content strategy in place (or are finalizing one).1 Do You Have a Plan? Perform a readiness assessment and gap analysis of your current environment As you integrate digital learning into your environment, consider these points: Consider your technology goals, type of content and curriculum Develop a technology strategy—from deployment and training, to use in the classroom Address any infrastructure issues Implement pilot programs Devise a roll-out plan based on pilot success Provide support, training and professional development Technology Considerations When choosing which digital solutions to integrate into educational environments, look for: Adequate processing speed Robust security features Long battery life Durable constructionBudget Interoperability Setup time

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