Keeping students engaged in a distance learning environment is very different than keeping them on task in a classroom. Here are a few ways to do it.
A media specialist explains how her school is adapting to at-home learning using a phonics-based tech tool.
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Robotics is traditionally a hands-on subject - but one teacher explains how he has taken advantage of distance learning to keep engaging his middle school students.
An instructional coach uses a variety of technology tools to maintain a human connection among teachers.
Right now school work must take place at home, so it is the job of educators to figure out the best way to both reach and teach students while respecting their home lives.
Before educators can support students, they have to nurture themselves.
Using a model that tackles reading challenges from three different angles, teachers whether at home or in the classroom can help grow more successful readers at all educational levels.
Parents are more invested than ever in what their children are learning out of pure necessity. So, how can edtech providers make the most of this moment in time to improve their own offerings?
You don’t need a computer science degree to get your students onboard with coding and STEM. Here are five steps to success that all teachers can use.