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Teaching cybersecurity to your students

Teaching cybersecurity to your students: 3 basic tips

Online teaching

Even though today’s students are more tech-savvy than the average adult, they still have a lot to learn about the threats of the online world. Cybersecurity risks come in various shapes and sizes and are getting more creative. Here are the three basic areas that everyone needs to know about if they want to safeguard their online data:

NEO at ISTE 2019

Meet NEO at ISTE 2019!


For a few days at the end of this month Philadelphia will be home to the most comprehensive educational technology conference in the world: ISTE 2019. Make your way in the expo hall to Booth 900, where you’ll find the NEO team eager to share insights on how to effectively manage online classroom activities and also showcase our product’s newest features:

edtech in the classroom

5 Tips for schools to harness the power of edtech in the classroom

School Management

Schools need to understand the importance of investing in the right edtech resources and platforms, not just to elevate teaching and learning, but to ensure that these address their overall aims and support staff when it comes to reducing workloads and streamlining processes. So where do schools start in terms of identifying the most appropriate and effective edtech tools for them?

Meeting the needs of introverted students

Meeting the needs of introverted students with e-learning

Digital learning environment

All students bring colour and individuality to their classrooms, no matter if they’re introverted or extroverted. Great teachers know that when students’ learning needs are met they can thrive academically. All students can benefit from having e-learning included in their instruction, but introverts will rejoice.

m-learning is transforming online education

The current ways m-learning is making online education better

Digital learning environment

M-learning takes a step further on the journey started by online education and makes it possible for students to do all the learning they do online regardless of where they are. Mobile devices therefore allow students to get the benefits of online lessons, but those lessons can also happen anytime anywhere, creating a new level of immersion.

differentiated instruction

Why teachers should consider differentiated instruction

Online teaching

Differentiated instruction means that you have to meet the standards while providing students with personalized learning experiences and embrace change and flexibility while knowing when to stop or just turn. The ultimate goal of differentiated instruction is to create and nurture a learning environment that meets the learning needs of students and puts each of them on their own paths to success.