Newsletter 77: A New World

A Newsletter for Teachers, Parents, and Librarians

Issue 77: A New World

To go with the changes to our newsletter, this issue is all about what’s new – new ways to help people with autism, new ways to think about education, and a new tool to help kids with writing. Enjoy!

How do we reinvent education?

by Reisa Schwartzman

The past twenty years have seen big changes in the way we educate, and the innovations and changes keep coming.
Where do games fit into this picture?

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Games with a mission: Improving the lives of people with autism

by Catherine Swanwick

When people think about games, they usually imagine having a good time friends and family.
As educators, we like to take advantage of this setting to sneak in learning concepts. However, games
can also be utilized for health-based purposes. In particular, games can significantly
improve the skills and help meet the needs of people with autism.

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Product Review: Night Zookeeper

by Julie Blake

Julie takes a look at an EdTech platform that encourages creativity and writing in kids.
Would this online tool help your kids or students? There’s only one way to find out…

Read More!

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