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The “Learning Network” section of the New York Times features an article by Ryan Goble, professor of education and founder of Making Curriculum Pop. Ryan describes digital tools that your students can use to create class projects and publish content. The tools are organized into five categories: Visualize Texts; Make Content Comic; Create Interactive Timelines; Design Interactive Presentations; and Map and Brainstorm Ideas.
Type of Resource: Newspaper article
Location: New York Times, “The Learning Network”
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