6 Tips for Online Learning During a School Closure

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Thrown into the world of online learning during a school closure? The post 6 Tips for Online Learning During a School Closure appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Get tips from educators who have been doing this for years.

3 tips for a better student online learning experience

The Christensen Institute

The best option to try and continue student learning, it seems , is to move everything online. However, we see value in the consideration of these tips as schools and colleges continue iterating on their online learning best practices): 1. Help students own their learning.

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How Online Learning Works

Edudemic

Online learning is an accessible, practical education option. Students of all ages are learning through distance courses instead of in a physical classroom. The post How Online Learning Works appeared first on Edudemic.

Student Success with Online Learning at Atlanta Public Schools [Video]

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The post Student Success with Online Learning at Atlanta Public Schools [Video] appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Atlanta Virtual Academy provides students district-wide with flexible, yet rigorous options to reach graduation. See their story in this exclusive video.

Adopting the asynchronous mindset for better online learning

Neo LMS

Students of all ages still need to learn, even during these hard times. The current lockdowns have opened people’s eyes to the fact that ed-tech does serve a very valuable purpose, as it’s more obvious now that students have to do a lot of remote learning, now more than ever. There are many ways educators can use technology to create online lessons and deliver instruction remotely. Read more: How to turn your face-to-face class into an online course [Part 1].

Online Learning's 'Greatest Hits'

Edsurge

From the very start of digital education, the big question has always been: ”How can students learn effectively, if they’re not face-to-face with their instructors?” More than two decades ago, when I was hired at Stevens Institute of Technology, as dean of web-based distance learning—a quaint title for what is now known as online learning—few tools were available to help faculty migrate their on-campus courses online.

10 free resources to help everyone navigate online learning

eSchool News

As schools across the country make the hurried transition from in-person learning to online classes, edtech companies are stepping up to help by offering free curriculum, PD, and other tools. Here are eight no-cost resources to keep the learning going.

Teachers Turn Pop Culture Into Engaging Online Learning Videos

Ed Tech from the Ground Up

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Guest Blog Post: Online Learning – a Perfect Confluence or a Bad Influence?

EdTech4Beginners

It changed the way we shop, work out, eat, learn… it changed the way we live. The way technology affects learning processes has an impressive effect on the overall educational system. increase in student enrolment in online courses from fall 2013 to fall 2014.

COVID-19 Calls for Edtech Accountability

Digital Promise

Educators inspire us as they continue to serve students through online learning. Educators often tell Digital Promise that figuring out which edtech tools will support their learners and sifting through the enormous marketplace without any criteria has felt like an impossible task.

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Closed Schools Shine Light on the Value of Edtech Coaches

Digital Promise

Moving instruction online and preparing teachers to use technology in their teaching is a massive undertaking. As district leaders look for ways to minimize disruption to children’s learning, edtech coaches can be great assets. Edtech coaches know your district goals.

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One District’s Success with Online Learning Customization

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Seneca Valley School District gives students seemingly endless learning opportunities thanks to online learning customization. The post One District’s Success with Online Learning Customization appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

Refresh Online Learning Programs by “Borrowing” Ideas

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“Borrowing” creative ideas from other educators can be a great way to refresh online learning programs. The post Refresh Online Learning Programs by “Borrowing” Ideas appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

Design the Best Online Learning Program You Can (With a Little Help), Part 3

Where Learning Clicks

As edtech continues to advance, the list of ways it can be used grows. Find out other educators have been using edtech to help their students succeed. The post Design the Best Online Learning Program You Can (With a Little Help), Part 3 appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

Coronavirus Closures? Online Learning Tips for Teachers and Schools [interview with an American Teacher in China]

Shake Up Learning

Online Learning Tips for Teachers and Schools [interview with an American Teacher in China] appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Are you prepared for online learning if your school is closed for an extended period of time? Online Learning Doctrine.

Collaborative & Creative Online Learning

Teacher Reboot Camp

It lets people be creative … productive … learn things they didn’t think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential.” Our students’ digital behavior influences our learning, language, rituals, values, routines, customs, and communication. Just think, a person took a picture and posted it online with the word, “Selfie!” This way you can facilitate and guide your students to make positive choices when they interact online.

Online Learning: The Importance of Proper Implementation

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The post Online Learning: The Importance of Proper Implementation appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. EdTech blended learning implementing online learning online learningWhile preparing for my presentation at the Software Test Professionals Conference in New Orleans, I decided to look up the origin of the word “technology.”

5 Questions Answered: How Can Parents Help with Online Learning Success?

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In this installment of 5 Questions Answered, we answer common questions about online learning, including how can parents help with online learning success. The post 5 Questions Answered: How Can Parents Help with Online Learning Success?

Explore the limitless possibilities of online learning in higher education using Linways AMS

Linways Technologies

How Linways AMS can be used to conduct online classes amidst the imminent CoViD19 crisis. Online learning has been a buzzword among the academic community. Schools, colleges and universities are temporarily closing to avoid the spread of Covid19, and promoting online learning.

Online Learning Platform, NovoEd Acquired by Boston Private Equity Firm

Edsurge

Boston-based private equity firm Devonshire Investors has acquired NovoEd , a San Francisco-based provider of an online learning platform. NovoEd traces its roots to Stanford University, where engineering professor Amin Saberi and Farnaz Ronaghi, then a PhD student, launched their first online course in 2012. These online courses are easy to sign up for, yet few students actually stick through and finish them.

5 Ways Edtech Enhances Social Studies Lessons

Ask a Tech Teacher

Before I get into how edtech enhances social studies lessons, let’s ask a foundational question: What the heck is Social Studies ? Here are five ways edtech can kick up your social studies program: Simulations and games. You can find her resources at Structured Learning.

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Challenging harmful stereotypes about edtech

The Christensen Institute

If you follow the popular press, you might have noticed the recent New York Times series by technology reporter Natasha Singer aimed to shed light on a dark underbelly of the edtech sector. In her latest piece , Singer scrutinizes the ethics of edtech companies that incentivize teachers to endorse their products. Many actors in edtech or philanthropy have noble aims and laudable results, as do teachers attempting to bring technology into their classrooms.

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3 reasons edtech ignores social capital

The Christensen Institute

Edtech entrepreneurs around the world have keyed into the enormous potential for edtech to disrupt the traditional content and assessment market.

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What’s in Your Edtech Bag? #EdTechRations

The CoolCatTeacher

David @ hopkinsdavid is an experienced and award-winning senior learning technologist and instructional designer, author of four self-published books and a keen supporter of online learning for all ages and all background. The Really Useful #EdTech Book.

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Edtech, Equity, and Innovation: A Critical Look in the Mirror

Digital Promise

Unfortunately, too many of our investments in educational technology (edtech) have fallen far short of our civil rights aspirations. Taking a more critical look at edtech. Shouldn’t we collectively hold the edtech market accountable for failing our diverse learners?

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FREE Webinar! Online Learning Tips for School Closures: Best Practices for Teachers and Schools

Shake Up Learning

Online Learning Tips for School Closures: Best Practices for Teachers and Schools appeared first on Shake Up Learning. Jennifer shares best practices and tips for online learning and home learning with students during extended school closures, like the coronavirus.

What’s edtech got to do with growth mindset?

Neo LMS

It was the first week of fifth grade and I was so ready to learn History. Make learning a priority. which Dweck associates with a false growth mindset, won’t help them achieve their learning goals, at least not in the long run. What’s edtech got to do with growth mindset?

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EdTech and the accessibility paradox

The Christensen Institute

For a number of years, her district has pursued personalized learning. That’s given Cox a front seat to a new movement in education, which calls for recreating classrooms in a manner that supports learning for each child. Cox has a unique outlook on where personalized learning is headed: she helps oversee the district’s special education programs and strives to ensure that students with disabilities are included in the overall vision for structural and instructional reform.

For Online Learning, One Size Won’t Always Fit All

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The key to successful online learning requires close coordination of many moving pieces—administrators, teachers, hardware, software, labs, and more. The post For Online Learning, One Size Won’t Always Fit All appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

40+ ideas for making technology integration meaningful

Ditch That Textbook

We don’t want “one more thing” Technology, when used with purpose can have incredible effects on student learning. DitchBook Twitter chat edtech educational technology online learning teaching

15 tech tools to try next year

Ditch That Textbook

DitchBook Twitter chat edtech educational technology inspiration online learning plnThere are lots of new tech tools out there just waiting to make it into your classroom. You may have even tried to squeeze one in during those last few days of school but ran out of time.

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Explore the Many Ways to Use EdTech

Where Learning Clicks

There are many different ways to use edtech to support students, so check out the different ways you can use these resources to better meet your needs. The post Explore the Many Ways to Use EdTech appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

Design the Best Online Learning Program You Can (With a Little Help), Part 2

Where Learning Clicks

The sky’s the limit with online learning, so help yourself by learning what other districts have done to build some of the best online learning programs.

Good news stories about EdTech from across the globe

Neo LMS

As the year draws to a close I thought we could take a look at how EdTech has transformed schools, students and education this year – in countries across the world. Chatterbox is an online language school that employs the latent talent of professionals, who also happen to be refugees.

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?Why an iTunes Model for Online Learning Is Bad for Educators

Edsurge

Many online learning platforms, such as LinkedIn Learning and MasterClass, are indeed pivoting towards business models that look a lot like subscription-based streaming services Pandora, Spotify or Netflix. However, just as the iTunes business model is deeply disadvantageous to artists, online learning platforms are now granting online instructors smaller and smaller shares of the revenue as they steer business models in the streaming direction.