OER & Digital Curriculum

How does learning change when students have access to digital resources and a learning environment that goes beyond the classroom walls? This toolkit is designed to help educators incorporate digital curriculum by showcasing the research-based practices that other schools have used to great success.

All Digital Curriculum toolkit files

A zip file containing all downloadable Digital Curriculum toolkit resources  

Digital Curriculum Toolkit Resource Matrix

An easy-to-use overview of K-12 Blueprint Digital Curriculum Toolkit resources with suggested uses

Digital Curriculum Graphic Organizer

A visual organizer to better support your Digital Curriculum efforts

Getting Started with Digital Content

Success depends on a strong network of professionals working together to support digital programs

Digital Content in the K-12 Classroom

Today's digital technologies are revolutionizing the way people communicate and learn

Challenges and Solutions

Consider the following challenges you might encounter when migrating to digital content

Digital Curriculum Checklist

Evaluate your school’s readiness for a digital curriculum

Digital Curriculum Resources

These resources can be used to assist in digital curriculum planning and implementation

Instructional Delivery

Game-based learning, virtual simulations and multimedia help students engage in personalized learning experiences 

Learning Management Systems

A learning management system (LMS) allows teachers to offer tailored instruction: anytime, anywhere

Making the Move to Digital Content

Digital learning environments are the key to promoting 21st century learning in the classroom

Parent and Teacher Resources

Websites for digital media, educational app reviews, internet safety, online privacy and family media management

Cracking the Code to STEM with Arduino

When teacher Casey Korder won an Arduino kit from Intel Education, it helped his school's STEM program to flourish. 

The Keys to One-to-One Success in East Noble, Indiana

Five years into a successful initiative, this Project RED Signature District serves as a positive example to others.

The HP Sprout: Helping STEM to Take Root in Schools

We gave one lucky winner an HP Sprout in one of our giveaways. See how she is incorporating the device into STEM lessons for her students.

Producing Next-Generation Learners in Grapevine, Texas

With an investment in Windows 10 laptops for middle school students and tools such as Minecraft ​EDU, Grapevine-Colleyille ISD is creating a robust and educational 1:1 environment.

1:1 in Lynnwood, WA, Improves Collaboration, Engagement, and Equity

Edmonds School District has built quickly from two small pilots to a full 1:1 program using Intel-based Chromebooks in grades 3-12. Learn why they’re happy they did.

Rethinking the Library Media Center

Four library media specialists share stories about transforming libraries into next-generation resource centers that students and teachers love to visit.

Dell Chromebooks and Classrooms: A Winning Combination

See for yourself how today’s teachers are using Intel-based Chromebooks to bring 21st Century learning to their students.

District-wide Collaboration Moves Everyone Forward in Wheeling, Illinois

Inclusionary practice, authentic learning and one-to-one with Lenovo and Acer Chromebooks all characterize CCSD21's programs.

Bibb County School District builds a centralized data center and deploys thousands of new client systems

Georgia’s Bibb County School District wanted to transform the educational experience and expand access to technology for its 25,000 students. The district deployed thousands of new Dell* desktop, laptop, and Ultrabook™ systems equipped with Intel® Core™ i5 processors to help improve learning outcomes and increase student engagement.

Math is One of Many Stars at Walter Payton Prep

Math teams and contests, exciting electives, collaborative problem solving, and a culture of experimentation and exploration make this Chicago Magnet School a very special place.

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The Librarian Lists: 5 Visual Tools for Student Learning

Student research is an essential part of learning. See Kate Nelson's latest Librarian List where she showcases 5 tools students can use to show what they know during the research process.

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26 Ways to Foster a Transformative Maker Culture

Take a moment to contemplate what it would be like if every school had a Maker Culture as part of the curriculum. Mike Gorman explores the many ways to bring the making culture to your school and to effectively align it with standards. 

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Seeing RED at ISTE: The Latest Ed-Tech Findings

Project RED announced phase III of its national research project on June 28th at this year’s ISTE Conference in Denver, Colorado.

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Apples to Apple: iOS 9.3 in Education

The report iOS 9.3 in Education: Assessment and Evaluation reviews and evaluates Apple®'s latest tablet operating system release within the context of education.

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Embracing Reading in the Digital Age

How do traditional reading and online reading differ and what does that mean for our students? Read and respond to Leslie Wilson's analysis. 

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High School Junior Elizabeth - Having the World at My Fingertips

Learn how high school junior Elizabeth Hodonicky has forged global connections and life long learning skills through the use of technology. 

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12 Sure Fire Ways to Unlock Successful PBL

For today's student to become seekers of knowledge and lifetime self-learners, fostering 21st Century skills and Project Based Learning is critical. Read Mike Gorman's ideas for effectively tying PBL work to standards and skills. 

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Lego - Play Well

In the inaugural post for the Today's Library Media Center series, Todd Burleson explores 'Legos', their uses and student creativity. 

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200 Ways to Use Word Clouds in the Classroom

Do you want to explore creative uses of word clouds for learning? Read this list of 200 ways to use Word Clouds by Mike Gorman. 

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The Demise of the Education Buzzword “Student Engagement”

Buzzwords are a part of every industry or organization including educational technology. Read Elliott Levine's analysis of the commonly used phrase "student engagement". 

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