I inquired about neTrekker a few months ago and it seems like something that I would be able to implement immediately in a district. The major question I have is, are we harming or enabling our students if we use this software?
Millions of educators and students have used it for more than a decade, now it’s been upgraded. Sure, it looks better — its new facelift makes it very easy on the eyes, but it’s got some brains behind the beauty: netTrekker search’s new interface provides access to more than 330,000 relevant digital resources aligned with state and Common Core standards. To address the variety of student needs in the classroom, this academically-oriented search engine enables teachers to quickly differentiate search results and identify the best resources to reach every student, providing teachers with the ability to:
__Easily sort and refine search results by academic or reading level, subject, language and recommendations.
__Conveniently access teacher-specific content, including standards, lesson plans and instructional resources.
__Save, organize and share digital resources.
For students, netTrekker Search now better supports independent learning and:
__Enables students to instantly find the resources and safe, school-friendly images they…
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