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Micro-credentials and COVID-19: Supporting Professional Learning When Schools are Closed

Digital Promise

Parents are also increasingly worried about what their children may access or be exposed to online. Student data privacy should not be a victim to tumultuous times. Emphasizing digital equity and advocacy.

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Students Are Online Like Never Before. What Does That Mean for Their Privacy?


Among the key findings: K-12 teachers and parents have apparently not been deterred by the hurried transition to digital learning during the pandemic. For both groups, 76 percent support increased levels of online learning even after students return to school full time.


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16 Great NonProfits Working to Support EdTech in Schools

Tom Murray

Organization: International Association of K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). iNACOL provides a myriad of resources, white papers, and tools to implement a more personalized approach to technology infused learning and holds a Blended and Online Learning Symposium each year. URL: Organization: Maker Ed.

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Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

“ Can We Design Online Learning Platforms That Feel More Intimate Than Massive? ” (This is a good example of how ed-tech advocacy-posing-as-journalism operates – you get funded by an organization and then you get to “break the news” about that organization. “School shooters leave clues.

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The 100 Worst Ed-Tech Debacles of the Decade

Hack Education

It works well, that is, if you disregard student data privacy and security. Three critical components of the approach,” he wrote, “are the formation of a delivery unit, data collection for setting targets and trajectories, and the establishment of routines.” Certainly “free” works well for cash-strapped schools.

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