Three out of four teachers said their students are now “future ready” as a result of using online databases.1
Do online databases raise student achievement? Administrators think so. But it can still be challenging to effectively integrate them into instruction.2 Gale, a Cengage company, is on a mission to change that.
Gale partnered with Project Tomorrow to conduct a nationwide study examining how schools use cross-curricular databases to support K-12 students and close the achievement gap. View this webinar to hear Project Tomorrow and panelists discuss key findings and examples for implementing databases into the classroom.
You’ll learn how educational databases have been used to develop future-ready skills, enhance projects, and improve the quality of student learning. Plus, you’ll receive access to download our research paper and best practice guide.
1. Based on a report from a 2018–2019 nationwide study conducted by Project Tomorrow® in partnership with Gale, a Cengage company, to determine the efficacy of students and teachers using Gale databases to support learning outcomes. 2. Based on national data findings from Project Tomorrow’s 2019 K-12 Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning.