The Center for Digital Curricula in the News:
The Center for Digital Curricula Media Highlights:
Customizable Curricula Available from U-M Center for Digital Curricula
“Prof. Elliot Soloway is interviewed on WWJ radio about the customizable digital curricula available from his Center for Digital Curricula. Over 20,000 students in Michigan are using the platform this Fall.”
-WWJ News Radio interview on September 14, 2020
University of Michigan Center for Digital Curricula co-director Elliot Soloway and Mike Campbell talk about the digital tools the Center has developed to improve remote learning this year.
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Roadmaps for teachers: U-M free online learning platform paves the way for online learning
|“K-5 teachers and students throughout Michigan are building thriving learning communities online by using free deeply-digital, standards-aligned curricula and platform developed by the U-M Center for Digital Curricula.”
-University of Michigan Computer Science & Engineering Research News
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BrainVenturesTM is one of the TOP Free STEM & STEAM Resources for Schools During the COVID-19 Outbreak!
|“BrainVenturesTM, an initiative of the University of Michigan Center for Digital Curricula, is making daily learning adventures free. These are crafted by classroom teachers to give students choices of learning activities; they accommodate different learning preferences and engage the learner in constructing animations, videos, photo albums and stories while taking them on field trips and having them play games and run simulations.”
-Dian Schaffhauser, The Journal
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Press Release from the University of Michigan
K-12 online learning platform from U-M sees dramatic rise in use
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Fueling the Center for Digital Curricula
Check out the poster presented at the Engineering Research Symposium on Friday November 8, 2019 at the University of Michigan.
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