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The Achievery…A New Tool to Help To Connect Students To Digital Learning

Are you looking for digital resources that align with the core curriculum and are FREE to access? Are you struggling to engage students in learning?

Now is the time to check out The Achievery This new FREE digital learning platform is designed for teachers, caregivers, and students actively engage in learning anytime, anywhere!

Created by AT&T in collaboration with Warner Bros. Discovery and other partners, The Achievery helps connect students to a new world of digital learning through stories that spark curiosity. The content entertains, teaches, and inspires.

The free platform features clips from some of the most popular, well-loved movies, TV shows, and cartoons from Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network, accompanied by lessons and learning activities. Students can use it at home, in the community, and the classroom.

Here’s a video to see how it works 

Content Partners That Students & Teachers Know and Love

The Achievery includes several collaborators like Warner Bros. Discovery and Cartoon Network,  Scratch, Kahn Academy, CNN, Common Sense Media, Girls Who Code, and more. 

Video Lesson Plans Organized by Curriculum and Grade Levels

There are many relevant learning materials to engage students and create high-impact lessons.

Teachers and caregivers can search by grade levels, academic standard, media type, subject, or collaborator.  

Engaging Content that will Grab Students’ Attention

The Achievery content will grab our students’ attention with popular characters focusing on essential topics with short, engaging video clips. Detailed lessons align with important learning standards like CCSS, CASEL, ISTE, and more. 

Start Exploring The Achievery

There is great content to engage and excite students about learning from beloved characters they watch daily.

About the Author

Shannon McClintock Miller is the Future Ready Librarian Spokesperson and District Teacher Librarian, Van Meter Community School (IA) @shannonmmiller and thelibraryvoice.com.

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