To immerse, or not to immerse? Shakespeare’s plays written in the late 1500s and early 1600s have received all kinds of digital makeovers in the 21st century. Two current efforts designed by academics for use in teaching draw on extended realitytools that invite users to actively participate in scenes from works such as Romeo and Juliet.
STAGES Learning is the authority on autism education, providing award-winning solutions that range from picture card sets and apps to the first—and only—comprehensive curriculum in the field: the “ARIS” Academic Readiness Intervention System. Founded by Angela Nelson in 1997 and dedicated to helping every child thrive, STAGES is trusted by educators and therapists worldwide, anticipating their needs with proven teaching tools that build learning readiness. Easily adaptable, wraparound offerings set STAGES apart, and with development of an innovative new digital platform, it’s the complete destination for those seeking to improve the lives of learners with autism and other cognitive delays.
Northwestern University’s Knight Lab comprises a team of designers, developers, students, and educators who are working together to generate new ways to communicate digitally as a means to enhance journalism in the ever-changing digital age.
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum in Greensboro, North Carolina, invites teachers and students to take a virtual journey through the spaces of the museum with a senior docent who will bring their encounter to life and engage them in America’s story.