digital learning

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Sam Coster had an unusual inspiration for his hit computer game – his fight against cancer.

“The game is designed specifically to deliver a feeling of awe and wonder and immersion so it’s literally designed to be the place that I wanted and needed to go during cancer treatment,” Sam said.

St. Louis Artworks new home on Delmar Boulevard
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St. Louis Artworks is preparing its first permanent home in 20 years.

“It feels like the beginning of a new day. A dream is coming true,” said Executive Director Priscilla Block.

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Rapid-fire changes in technology have the potential to turn education on its head, and Lodge McCammon thinks that can be a good thing. 

“Because the technology is going to be so ingrained and fluid, we won’t really have to teach students how to use technology so much as how to reflect on their own learning and use it in smart ways,” he said.

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A study released Thursday by the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry states that Missouri is "falling behind" when it comes to providing digital learning for K-12 students. 

The chamber commissioned the study, which was conducted by the Colorado-based Evergreen Education Group.  Chamber President and CEO Dan Mehan says although online learning options are available in the Show-Me State, most require tuition, while those that don’t are limited geographically.