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How Data and Digital Curriculum Can Drive Personalized Instruction

This event occurred on September 21, 2021 2:47 PM EDT, but is available to view on-demand.
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As we return from an abnormal year, it’s an educator’s top priority to make sure the lessons learned under adversity positively impact students during the new school year. Digital curriculum has emerged from the pandemic as a panacea for lackluster personalization and the inability to measure impact of instructional materials. But how do you know that your curriculum is truly as digital as it can be?

In order to set your classrooms and community up for success, curriculum should be editable, measurable, actionable, and digestible. PDFs no longer make the cut. But curriculum available on a comprehensive platform for digital learning can be contextualized to create individual pathways to success for your students. Find out how to use Kiddom to personalize instruction and revolutionize classroom data to make the greatest impact on students.

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Abbas Manjee
Chief Academic Officer and Co-Founder, Kiddom

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