Online program allows for the creation and sharing of lessons

06/6/2010 | Bakersfield Californian, The

Educators in Bakersfield, Calif., are using an online-curriculum system called Learning Village to share interactive lessons and improve student learning. The $500,000 program allows teachers from different schools to create lesson plans online, share them with fellow educators and link those lessons to SMART Boards and other classroom technology.

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