Posted on March 1, 2016


When I was little I used to love reading the Encyclopedia Britannica. We had one full set, and I think it was published in 1968. I would write all my papers using those encyclopedias. It wasn’t until high school that it occurred to me the information might be out-of-date. It was the same with textbooks. There were names of students on my pre-owned textbooks that I knew had graduated college. What’s more, those books were heavy. I remember dragging my loaded book bag to and from school. I thought my arms would break. Now, withCLIC那些日子已经一去不复返了。

CLIC(在语境课堂)是从拉盖尔的其内容的数字课程获奖金宝搏彩票In Context数据库。In Context是动态更新的,因此内容始终是最新的。不仅是六个CLIC旨在满足国家,民族和共同核心课程标准,他们也不断地定制。教师可以在视频,播客,文章加,甚至自己的材料。而这一切的灵活性可以让学生在平板电脑和笔记本电脑。所以外的日期教科书和百科全书是过去的事情了。


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