Digitally Connected Classrooms

These days, students are checking facts on their smart phones, laptops, or tablets before their teachers can finish getting the words out. To keep up, educators can use online resources and digital technology to move away from being the distributor of information to becoming a partner in discovery. Working together and using reliable online sources and high quality digital courses, the classroom can become a fun and interesting place for exploring cutting edge information and technology with students.

GEF is launching a series of online sustainability education that provides educators and students with the opportunity to earn professional development and academic credits while experiencing a visually engaging, multi-format online class. With a topic as leading edge as sustainability, it’s only fitting to use cutting edge technology to teach and learn.

Download the free white paper, Getting Schooled on Next-Generation Mobility, from T.H.E. Journal Resources to learn about wireless networking solutions that offer the flexibility to tailor your network to meet your changing needs.

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About Green Education Foundation (GEF)

Mission Green Education Foundation (GEF), a non-profit organization, is committed to creating a sustainable future through education. Sustainability Education provides educators with the real-world applied learning models that connect science, technology, and math education with the broader human concerns of environmental, economic, and social systems. GEF provides curriculum and resources to K-12 students and teachers worldwide with the goal of challenging youth to think holistically and critically about global environmental concerns and solutions. Visit www.greeneducationfoundation.org to register for free and to gain full access to GEF’s comprehensive library of standards-based lessons and activities.
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