Wed.Dec 29, 2021

5 Major Predictions for 2022

Education Elements

In 2021 we navigated a lot of change and ambiguity. Life felt at times, hectic and unpredictable, but there was also a slowing down. There were shortages; so we waited longer for everything from household supplies to PCR tests.

OPINION: Why we need a proactively anti-racist scientific method

The Hechinger Report

As researchers of early childhood development, we focus on generating science that improves outcomes for children of all backgrounds. The Covid-19 pandemic and the nationwide movement for racial justice have only made this work more urgent.

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6 reasons to use edtech tools to save valuable classroom time

eSchool News

According to the National Council on Teacher Quality (2012), the average teacher in the United States gets 45 minutes of planning time per day. If a teacher has five classes, that gives them just 9 minutes per class to create an engaging lesson that meets the needs of every student in the room.

Schools Use Trial and Error for Choosing Edtech, But They Don’t Have to

ED Surge

With President Biden’s signature turning the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law, our nation is poised to make historic investments in its highways, public transit, railways, airports, ports, water systems, broadband networks and electric grid.

Intent Signal Data 101

Intent signal data helps B2B marketers engage with buyers sooner in the sales cycle. But there are many confusing terms used to describe intent data. Read this infographic to better understand three common areas of confusion.

5 tools that support project-based learning

eSchool News

Each year, we share our 10 most-read stories. Not surprisingly, many of this year’s Top 10 focused on student engagement and online or hybrid learning strategies related to pandemic teaching. This year’s 3rd most-read story focuses on fun tools for project-based learning.

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Vector Solutions’ Student Safety & Wellness Courses Wins Platinum Award in THE Journal’s New Product Awards

eSchool News

Tampa, FL – December 29, 2021 – Vector Solutions, the leading provider of training and software solutions to help schools make their operations and communities safer, smarter and better, was named a winner in THE Journal’s New Product Awards for its Student Safety & Wellness Courses.

Are Your Children in Digital Distress?

Gaggle Speaks

As 2021 draws to a close and I emerge from another exhausting day of seeing teenage clients in the office, I reflect on the successes and failures of this past year. Our schools are successfully navigating through a pandemic and most of the globe has returned to in-person learning.

A big thank you!

Testpress

Yesterday I was discussing with my wife about hope. She said something which I found very profound Hope is the expectation that change is going to happen soon While philosophers have shunned hope asking to be in the present and not dwell too much into the future, I disagree with them sometimes.

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Resources for Teachers and Instructional Coaches – December 2021

Edthena

It’s December, and we’ve rounded up this month’s top resources for teachers and coaches! This edition of noted and notable content for educators includes articles about instructional equity, managing multiple duties as a coach, resources for teachers on students’ emotional well-being, and successful PLCs. Our top picks for important December reads are below, with the highlights, article links, and related content for you.

Increasing Equity and Access: A Canvas Case Study of Virtual Arkansas K-12

Virtual Arkansas, a fully online school, had a mission to provide high-quality courses in rural and urban areas throughout the state. How would they simplify content creation while enhancing learning? Discover 3 key insights to transform your classrooms.

A big thank you

Testpress

Yesterday I was discussing with my wife about hope. She said something which I found it very profound Hope is the expectation that change is going to happen soon While philosophers have shunned hope asking to be present and not dwell too much into the future, I disagree sometimes.

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