Tue.Apr 07, 2020

#CoronaVirus–This Week’s Inbox

Ask a Tech Teacher

Most of us are only a few weeks into teaching remotely. It’s still chaotic, messy, but we’re trying to make it work. We have the will, just need the way. Lots of education companies are stepping up to make that possible.

From Relief Funds to Online Classes, COVID-19 Upends Early Childcare Software Startups


Elisa Pupko had long wondered whether online audiences would enjoy streams of her theater classes. What was once a curiosity is now key to the financial health of her New York-based program during the state’s shelter in place brought on by the outbreak of COVID-19.

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Remote Learning in Action: Vetting Digital Resources


How Belton School District #124 is vetting digital resources for remote learning and providing professional development

5 Reasons Students Today Need Innovative Learning Spaces


“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” – John Dewey, American philosopher, psychologist, and educational reformer That the future of learning and. Please click on the post title to continue reading the full post. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

Helping Students with Special Needs Cope with Remote Learning


Supporting students with special needs during remote learning

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5 ways to focus on student success in a pandemic

eSchool News

The coronavirus outbreak and the resulting social distancing has led hundreds of schools and universities to move their instruction online. For students and educators who are comfortable with in-person learning and instruction, this rush to online education may be overwhelming.

Learning from Mistakes – To Grow and Thrive

Fractus Learning

Making mistakes isn’t as bad as you think; there is a lot to gain when you are prepared to learn from the error. Mistakes have double benefits. Learning from mistakes is one, and fixing the error [.]. Psychology