Six Strategies for Equitable Education Systems

Digital Promise

How can school districts create more equitable opportunities and dismantle systemic barriers facing many students, families, and educators? If we want to live in a society where everyone can flourish, what role does the school system play?”

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The impact of digital fatigue in the educational system

Neo LMS

However, after months of screen time, a new phenomenon emerged in the educational system, called digital fatigue. The impact of digital fatigue in the educational system. The post The impact of digital fatigue in the educational system appeared first on NEO BLOG.

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Building Stronger Data Systems for the Future

Digital Promise

As a result, Golden Plains’ priorities quickly shifted to understanding how to get students engaged online, which prompted the district to reflect on its internal data systems and join the Data Ready 2021 cohort.

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Using Systems Thinking to Deepen Understanding

MiddleWeb

In her school, writes Megan Kelly, as students acquire ‘systems thinking’ skills, they begin to discover interconnectedness everywhere they look. The post Using Systems Thinking to Deepen Understanding first appeared on MiddleWeb.

8 Reasons to Invest in a New Student Information System

If your school’s SIS has limited functions, only works on campus or breaks down more than you would like, it might time to invest in a new one.

All Systems Go – How We Went to Distance Learning without Missing a Day

The CoolCatTeacher

” The post All Systems Go – How We Went to Distance Learning without Missing a Day appeared first on Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher helping educators be excellent every day.

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Ways to Simplify Cybersecurity Systems in K-12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

Complex systems are hard, if not impossible, to secure. If there’s one principle to remember about cybersecurity, it’s that complexity is its greatest enemy.

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Ozobot launches new learning management system

Educational Technology Guy

Ozobot Classroom is also the first learning management system that allows educators to get powerful real-time insights into student progress for both on-screen and off-screen activities.

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Learning management systems 101

Neo LMS

Today we’re going back to the beginning to discuss one of the basics tools in e-learning which is the learning management system, LMS, learning platform or whatever you like to call it. A learning management system is totally different from the usual school-based learning. Most learning management systems today require users to log in (teachers, administrators and students) to gain access to full LMS features, such as lessons and assessments.

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Unpacking our educators’ belief systems

Dangerously Irrelevant

Everyone brings their own lenses and belief systems to the work. And that means unpacking their lenses and belief systems so that we can connect with their side of the conversation and their side of the thinking process. Recently I shared some stories of youth using technology in amazing, empowered ways with a group of educators. One of them asked me: So you believe that students should be on computers all the time in school? I was taken aback for a second.

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K-12 Private School Student Information System Buying Guide

Too many private schools are still using clunky, outdated systems, causing unnecessary stress and wasted time. That’s why it’s vital for them to invest in modern products and services purposefully designed for private K-12 education.

How to Reopen: Spaces, Schedules and Systems

MiddleWeb

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Enhancing Cybersecurity in Our Education Systems

EdTech4Beginners

Education has drastically changed with the emergence of technology. Approximately 80% of children now have access to a computer at home and start using the Internet at an early age. While this has its benefits in developing future skills that will be vital to them later on, it also has its dangers. Lauren Naylor of Grapevine, Texas warns that it could be a gateway to cyberbullying––an epidemic that affects close to 43% of children, with repeated attacks in one in four cases.

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How to Simplify Cybersecurity Systems in K-12 Schools

EdTech Magazine

Complex systems are hard, if not impossible, to secure. If there’s one principle to remember about cybersecurity, it’s that complexity is its greatest enemy.

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The Best K-12 Learning Management Systems 2020

techlearning

There are dozens of Learning Management Systems in the K-12 market. Here are some of the best

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LMS Comparison: What Learning Solution is the Best Fit for Your Business?

Explore this detailed guide to see how traditional Learning Management Systems compare to an advanced online learning platform, and find out which type of solution is best suited to meet your learning program needs.

How The English Language Learning System Is Failing in America

TeachThought - Learn better.

How The English Language Learning System Is Failing in America. Many of the children coming into the Baltimore County system are natives of El Salvador, Honduras, Nigeria, Guatemala, and Pakistan. Support Your ELL in a Flawed System.

Is this the moment in history when K–12 school systems get disrupted?

The Christensen Institute

When the pandemic ends, most families are going to say “good riddance” to their COVID-19 stop-gaps and go back to the incumbent system they’ve long relied on. The post Is this the moment in history when K–12 school systems get disrupted?

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Four ways to rebuild a better early ed system

The Hechinger Report

Covid just showed how flimsy all of our systems are,” said Shantel Meek, founding director of the Children’s Equity Project at Arizona State University. “It These settings, the report states, “have historically had less access to systemic resources.”.

Best VR and AR Systems for Schools

techlearning

Get the best augmented reality or virtual reality system to enhance your school experience

Online Proctoring System – Know about its features and Pros & Cons!

Think Exam

An online proctoring system is an advanced AI integrated tool that has been created for ensuring a cheat-proof test environment when the candidate is attempting an online test from a remote location. The post Online Proctoring System – Know about its features and Pros & Cons!

Ozobot Classroom - STEAM learning management system coming this Fall

Educational Technology Guy

Ozobot , makers of robots that empower coding and STEAM education for grades K–12, recently unveiled its new Ozobot Classroom learning management system. As the only learning management system that provides insights for screen-free activities, teachers can keep up with their students' progress in real time. learning management system robotics STEM

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“Systems Thinking” and “Systems Doing”

The Principal of Change

Systems thinkers” are essential to the growth of an organization. A vision that is created by stepping back and looking at the system as a whole is necessary if we are going to move from “pockets of innovation” to a “culture of innovation” They see beyond any single classroom and help with widespread change. It is important to challenge the system and ask questions, but if leaders have no answers as well, they lose credibility.

Ditch the clips: Create a behavior management system that works

Ditch That Textbook

Did you have one of those systems where your teacher rated your day using colored cards, moving clips, or some other form of points? Think back to your time in elementary school. Do you remember having to move that clip? Do you remember having it marked in your folder? What about a prize box? Did […]. Guest Blog Teaching behavior management creative teaching relationships teaching

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Reflections on Situated Learning vs. The Traditional School System

Catlin Tucker

In an attempt to teach students information and skills, society has created an artificial system, school, in which the information and skills students learn are largely disconnected from the actual contexts in which they will need to be applied. The more I learn about situated learning theory, developed by Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger, the more I find myself reflecting on the sharp contrast between authentic learning and the design of traditional schools and curriculum.

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Best Gaming Systems for School Esports Programs

techlearning

Get the best gaming system for your school to make sure students get the most out of esports

Dive into Summer Learning with Unique Learning System

N2Y

n2y offers a complimentary three-month summer unit within Unique Learning System that combines a fun summer theme with the rigor and engagement needed to keep students on the continuum of learning and promote learning recovery. The Search for Consistent and Structured Summer Learning.

Gaming the System: EscapEDX

Knowledge Avatars

And we're now running national education systems where mistakes are the worst thing you can make. Is it any surprise that our test-driven educational system relies so heavily on multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, one-possible-answer assessments? By Jeremy Royster.

Picking A Corporate Learning Management System : Features You Should Compare

EmergingEdTech

Those of us working education can easily forget the we're not the only ones who use Learning Management Systems. Learning Management & Course Management SystemsThough this guest post might be helpful to anyone in the corporate world looking to.

Optimize your system

Turning Learning On Its Head

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Geddit - web based student response system

Educational Technology Guy

Geddit is a free, web based student response system, available on any device, that allows teachers to quickly gauge student understanding. assessment student response system Students use the app and indicate their level of understanding on a 1-5 scale. This formative assessment lets teachers know if they can move on or not. Feedback is private and real time. You can also use multiple choice and short answer assessments.

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Learning 2.0: Creating a hybrid, resilient education system

eSchool News

At the hand of a global health crisis, many education systems around the world were forced to conduct the largest remote learning trial we’ve ever seen. The education sector is in the midst of significant evolution.

Capture the Opportunity: Steps to Redesign School-Level Systems for Equity

Education Elements

These are just a handful of instances in which the biases and beliefs of my teachers and the underlying systems within my school failed to serve me as a student of color. At the age of five, my shyness was taken for lack of understanding and I was tested for English as a Second Language (ESL).

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EdTech that connects: Learning relationship management systems

The Christensen Institute

Over the past few years, a new category of EdTech platform has popped up across K–12 and higher education called the learning relationship management system (LRM). LRMs join a larger wave of student-centered, next-generation infrastructure tools that put individual students—rather than instructors, courses, or compliance-driven data collection—at the center of learning systems architecture.

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Creating a positive-sum education system could stop students from running a rat race to nowhere

The Christensen Institute

People from The New York Times ’ Frank Bruni to Harvard’s Michael Sandel have offered observations on the current system and raised questions about how healthy this is—for the individuals themselves as well as for society writ large. “Our

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Systemic Change Means Rethinking College and Career Prep. We’ve Done It Before.

Edsurge

to invest heavily in its public education system, and to the passage of the National Defense Education Act of 1958 (NDEA). Climate change is impacting every system of our planet. The only way to achieve another revolution in innovation is through complete transformation of our system.

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