We speak with dozens of CTE health science instructors every week who tell us they are unsure about implementing a new digital curriculum in their classes. Very often, these teachers have had previous experiences with online software that was boring and led to students being burnt out from too much screen time. Because of this, teachers considering our digital curriculum system, HealthCenter21, frequently ask how it helps keep students engaged and interested in the material. In this article, you’ll learn five ways HealthCenter21 can help you keep students engaged:
As a computer applications curriculum developer, we work with thousands of middle and high school teachers every year who need to prepare their students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.
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Business education teachers are always looking to introduce new digital resources to their programs that better meet the needs of their courses and students.
As a health science curriculum provider, we interact with thousands of health science teachers every year.
As a computer applications curriculum developer, we interact with thousands of middle and high school computer teachers every year. These teachers often ask us the difference between our Microsoft Office curriculum and other options, such as Jasperactive.
If you use a digital curriculum system like AES, you’re likely worried about transitioning back to full-time in-person classes. Can you use a digital curriculum for in-class teaching? Is it going to be a good fit once you and your students are back in the classroom? The AES digital curriculum has helped you navigate hybrid and distance learning, but did you know the system was designed for a blended learning classroom implementation?