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Four ways to seal education’s missing link during COVID-19

The Christensen Institute

The ebbs and flows of home life and the resources and supports available at students’ homes now affect their learning more than ever before. Who is to stop kids from playing video games or browsing social media when they’re supposed to participate in a class video call?

Preparing to Take School Online? Here Are 10 Tips to Make It Work.

Edsurge

This article was originally published on Global Online Academy's (GOA) Insights blog on March 4, 2020. If you sit (or lead) between senior level leaders and the students, you, too, will have to learn how to lead and learn online. Schoology.

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A Guide to Picking a Learning Management System: The Right Questions to Ask

Edsurge

Over the past 10 years, new learning management systems (LMSs) have sprung on the scene to rival the Blackboards and Moodles of old. Tara Gilboa, Online Learning Experience Designer at Colorado School of Mines The LMS Checklist #1: Is the platform straightforward and user-friendly? An example of a "narrative stream" on the Schoology LMS platform. It affects whether or not the LMS supports student learning. We use Schoology.

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Camden and Discovery Education Launch New PK-12 Partnership Supported by the Subaru

eSchool News

Through this new collaboration, all CCSD educators and students will receive access to dynamic digital resources that keep students connected to learning at home, in school, or wherever learning is taking place. Inspired by the global media company Discovery, Inc.,

Hack Education Weekly News

Hack Education

Each week, I gather a wide variety of links to education and education technology articles. The Hechinger Report on personalized learning : “The massive experiment in New Orleans schools that few have noticed.” I think it’s called “social emotional learning” in education circles though.) ” Online Education (and the Once and Future “MOOC”). Via The Diplomat : “ Online Learning in North Korea.”