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To be college and career ready, students must have proficiency in academic content, skills in technology and research, and dispositions that would prepare them for any post-secondary path. Important skills like using data to solve problems and employing technology tools to produce and present information permeate across grade levels. To assist in this work, IBM SPSS Statistics, an industry leader for over 40 years, can be integrated into curricula and prepare students with technology skills that are being used in every sector of the workforce today. In this webcast, attendees will see examples of how IBM SPSS Statistics can be used in STEM courses and for research to facilitate development of relevant skills. So whether students are enrolling in a post-secondary institution or entering the workforce, they will be ready!
Sponsored By IBM
Today’s students approach learning in vastly different ways as a result of their ubiquitous technology use. Speak Up survey findings identify the top 10 trends that every school and district administrator should be aware of, as well as, consider when addressing the instructional needs of today’s students.
Sponsored By Acer
Discover what students, teachers, parents and administrators are saying about their use of Web 2.0 tools outside of school, the likelihood of these tools used professionally and the attitudes about using such tools in the classroom. This webinar provides a fresh perspective on Web 2.0 behavior and the linkage between personal use of these tools and the rate of inclusion of those tools in instruction.
Sponsored By Speak Up