Technology changing traditional snow days

02/14/2014 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Traditional snow days could become a thing of the past in some K-12 schools as educators begin to use the availability of technology to keep students learning even when severe winter weather prevents them from making it to school. At one New Jersey high school, educators tested a plan formed after Superstorm Sandy shuttered schools. Teachers used YouTube channels, online physics labs, virtual discussions and more to keep students learning remotely.

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