Remote Learning Teaching Tips

A Principal's Reflections

In some cases, immense challenges such as digital equity and limited parental support at home have had to be addressed and overcome. If digital access is a challenge, check out these practical ideas that can be implemented without any tech.

What’s next? Lessons from the lockdown on traditional education

Neo LMS

There’s no secret that a digital divide is creating barriers between students and learning. It’s also important to have a coherent digital strategy that everyone can get behind. Read more: 6 Building blocks for a successful edtech strategy.

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Responding to COVID-19: How Are the Children?

Digital Promise

The bilingual (English/Spanish) mobile-first digital tool was informed by what parents say they need and developed by leading content experts. Organizations and coalitions including Learning Keeps Going , Tech for Learners , Google , and Digital Promise have also compiled lists of resources from various education organizations as well as available edtech products. Bridging The Digital Divide. appeared first on Digital Promise.

How K–12 Schools Monitor Attendance During Remote Learning

EdTech Magazine

After all, they’ve had a lot to figure out — from finding ways to bridge the digital divide to ensuring student security and privacy online. MORE ON EDTECH: Learn how K–12 schools are bringing elective classes online.

How K–12 Schools Monitor Attendance During Remote Learning

EdTech Magazine

After all, they’ve had a lot to figure out — from finding ways to bridge the digital divide to ensuring student security and privacy online. MORE ON EDTECH: Learn how K–12 schools are bringing elective classes online. With the rapid transition to remote learning, it’s been a trying time for many school districts across the country. Another major challenge is maintaining student attendance.

How K–12 Schools Monitor Attendance During Remote Learning

EdTech Magazine

After all, they’ve had a lot to figure out — from finding ways to bridge the digital divide to ensuring student security and privacy online. MORE ON EDTECH: Learn how K–12 schools are bringing elective classes online. With the rapid transition to remote learning, it’s been a trying time for many school districts across the country. Another major challenge is maintaining student attendance.

How K–12 Schools Monitor Attendance During Remote Learning

EdTech Magazine

After all, they’ve had a lot to figure out — from finding ways to bridge the digital divide to ensuring student security and privacy online. MORE ON EDTECH: Learn how K–12 schools are bringing elective classes online. With the rapid transition to remote learning, it’s been a trying time for many school districts across the country. Another major challenge is maintaining student attendance.

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 12 Edition)

Doug Levin

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 12 Edition). Maybe we're not afraid: on Edtech's inability to imagine the future | Long View on Education → So, what issues should edtech be talking about instead of scared teachers and content creators? Pretty much everything that is NOT covered by the edtech trade press. This is ALSO true for edtech. billion in market size by 2020. Blog EdTech News News news

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A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 12 Edition)

Doug Levin

A Thinking Person’s Guide to EdTech News (2017 Week 12 Edition). Maybe we're not afraid: on Edtech's inability to imagine the future | Long View on Education → So, what issues should edtech be talking about instead of scared teachers and content creators? Pretty much everything that is NOT covered by the edtech trade press. This is ALSO true for edtech. billion in market size by 2020. EdTech News News news

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Hillary Clinton Releases Tech Agenda Highlighting Student Loan Debt and STEM

Edsurge

At a June 27 rally in Denver, Hillary Clinton outlined her Tech and Innovation Agenda that included a number of edtech items. Her boldest claim: That her administration would close the digital divide by 2020 with 100 percent of American families having the "option" of quality broadband. Hillary Clinton may not be in office, but she has enough policy plans on her website for four full years.

This Year’s ASU+GSV Summit Is Hard to Describe. Here’s Our Best Attempt.

Edsurge

This is the edtech industry’s premier financial conversation, packed with more than 4,100 people and 350 CEOs. It’s led by a tandem of familiar faces in the edtech investing scene: Learn Capital partner-and-everyman Michael Staton, and Don Burton, who has built his own portfolio of dozens of startups through his time running the Kaplan EdTech Accelerator and EDGE Edtech Accelerator. Morning yoga, evening karaoke. No, it’s not a spa vacation.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

The implication, according to one NYT article : “the digital gap between rich and poor kids is not what we expected.” The real digital divide, this article contends, is not that affluent children have access to better and faster technologies. (Um,