Last year, as schools were closing their gates, e-learning cybersecurity wasn’t exactly a top priority for most teachers. As we can’t foresee future public health threat developments, schools need a solid cybersecurity plan. Teachers can also do their part and ensure that they’re complying with basic safety measures, especially where student data and privacy is concerned.
Edtech can be used to streamline processes for teachers or school management and provide a way of offering a more personalized learning process to support each student, no matter their level, ability, or location. Here are a few directions in which edtech is developing, paving the way for personalized learning:
In addition to personalizing learning and teaching, education technology is a valuable tool in getting education back on track in the post-pandemic era. Edtech providers also need to address challenges affecting education systems, meet changing needs, and provide effective technologies for teaching and learning.
The internet is full of solutions that offer different communication opportunities, but there are a few that provide a complex and comprehensive experience that enhances school-home connectivity and fosters transparency. Let’s check out some of the best apps to ease parent-teacher communication:
Edtech is needed more than ever in vocational training to help prepare students for their future careers. Instead of centering the discussion around traditional academic paths, let’s do something different and see how edtech supports vocational education:
Let’s face it: most physical textbooks have limitations. So, I developed a curation workflow for collecting teaching resources that will make your life so much easier!
Before Covid-19, HE institutions were dipping their toes into the waters of online learning, but only as a way to support the main classroom experience. It’s now time to hold online learning to the same standards as on-campus courses by prioritizing digital strategies and providing complete learning experiences to all students.
Inclusivity is achieved through teaching and assessment methods that create a sense of community, provide personalized learning solutions and offer opportunities for active participation. There are numerous digital tools teachers can use to accommodate different needs which are appropriate for mixed ability classes and still give a sense of inclusion to every learner.
If you want to create more video lessons, you have to know that there are options and that it won’t cost an arm and a leg. It’s up to you to decide what could work best for your classroom and maybe get more teachers to join in. So let’s explore five instructional video ideas for teachers:
Artificial Intelligence has been a trending topic in education for the last couple of years. Because of the growth of AI in the world, as educators, we need to provide opportunities for our students to learn about and develop skills in these emerging technologies and be aware of the uses, benefits, and concerns when it comes to these tools.