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Automated Proctoring Swept In During Pandemic. It’s Likely to Stick Around, Despite Concerns

Edsurge

And some analysts watching the edtech space expect colleges to continue to sign up for the services to make them an option for professors to use. The story with a lot of edtech is that the pandemic catalyzed a lot of growth, and the adoption holds even once ground-based [teaching] goes back.”

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The Great Learning Management System Debate: Featuring Canvas, Schoology and Google Classroom

TeacherCast

With personalized learning at the forefront of many school initiatives, the use of learning management systems has become a hot commodity among schools. With so many choices on where to build your digital classroom, the questions often arise: “Why do I need a learning management system? Let’s examine three learning management systems aimed at personalizing learning and blended instruction. There is no ability to embed edtech tools directly within an assignment.

Digital Testing Safeguards

Tech Helpful

In 2013 I wrote my first blog post on managing technology usage in the classroom. The fear of off task behavior still seems to be one of the main reasons teachers are hesitant to use technology five years later. It starts with intentional boundaries being placed on students anytime technology is in their hands from pre-K forward. Filter IP Addresses - Many learning management systems have the ability to only allow a quiz/exam to be taken on campus.