for your classroom technology
The instructional content in News‑2‑You is powerful no matter how it is accessed—online or in print. You can reach every student using the technology you have, and as your capacity grows our technology will expand with you. And the solution’s cloud-based nature gives you the ultimate flexibility to reach students wherever they learn, from self‑contained classrooms to resource room, inclusive general education, virtual and home settings.
Shared Computer Model
If you currently have one classroom computer, share the news stories and activities for small-group instruction or print PDFs of the pages for individual student use.
Help students benefit from the program’s interactive features by setting up your computer as a learning center, planning activities for individuals or small groups to promote independent study and collaboration.
With a teacher computer and classroom whiteboard, display lessons and activities for differentiated groups and enable interactivity on the whiteboard for small groups or individuals. Create a computer station with a shared computer, laptops or tablets to support independent in‑class work.
A teacher computer, whiteboard and 1:1 devices offer you the greatest flexibility in delivering the news stories, activities, games and other features while supporting individual students as they move throughout the day to self-contained, resource room, general education or virtual settings. Combine whole-class instruction with easy delivery of differentiated content right to students’ devices, which is perfect for remote learning situations.
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