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Digital trends in K-12 education
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Focus on 21st-century skills: 3 Digital trends in K-12 education

K-12

Edtech allows both students and teachers to create high-quality content and share it with students all over the world, to experiment in virtual and remote laboratories, and learn more about the world. However, a critical approach is essential to differentiate between sources of information, because “all that glitters is not gold” on the Internet.

Universal Design for Learning in remote classrooms
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Applying Universal Design for Learning in remote classrooms

E-learning

When given time and the necessary tools, teachers can create lessons that are inclusive of all learners, regardless of the setting. With a UDL curriculum in place, the majority of teachers’ work will be to create strong emotional connections with remote students and letting them know that they belong to a community of learners where everyone is valued.

give feedback to students in the online learning environment
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How to give feedback to students in the online learning environment

Teachers

Feedback is as important as instruction time, especially in the online learning environment. It’s really necessary for teachers to provide it continuously and concisely to students, adapted to each individual learner, and delivered in various ways, especially now when school has moved online.

online teaching improves inclusivity
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How online teaching improves inclusivity in education

E-learning

The promise of education in the 21st century is for no child to be left behind. However, some students have been left behind by the traditional model of teaching in the classroom. By moving parts of a class or entire classes online, teachers can ensure that every student is being reached.

Online teaching hacks
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7 Online teaching hacks instructors need to know

E-learning

The sudden pivot to digital learning has thrown the education system into flux. But there are a few online teaching hacks that instructors can adopt now. Here are 7 tips for making the digital teaching experience more fruitful for everyone involved:

S.T.E.A.M. up distance learning
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How to S.T.E.A.M. up distance learning

E-learning

Setting up authentic online S.T.E.A.M. units will reap many benefits for both teachers and students. After completing a unit, teachers will have an incredible resource that they can refine and use again, and students will have taken part in rich learning experiences that inspired curiosity and creativity they can leverage to their benefits in the future.

supporting parents with remote learning
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Best practices for supporting parents with remote learning

School Management

With schools under lockdown, parents have taken on the role of teachers, in addition to being caregivers and workers. Now more than ever, schools need to establish a good relationship with parents, as their actions and expectations play a role in remote learning as well, especially for younger students, who have not yet developed the skills to set goals and standards for themselves.

Student-driven remote learning
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Exploring new ideas: Student-driven remote learning

E-learning

By providing different choices through the many digital tools and methods available, our students are empowered to drive their learning, determine their personal interests, and in the process, build essential skills, and develop empathy. We also create opportunities to help our students develop social-emotional learning (SEL) skills while at home during this time.

Distance learning during the pandemic
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Distance learning during the pandemic: Improvise. Adapt. Overcome!

E-learning

The recent pandemic has forced people out of their comfort zone and into a whirlpool of changes. Education has been disrupted for millions of students of all ages across the world, constraining schools and educators to fall on distance learning and education technologies to ensure the continuity of learning.

teach Art remotely
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Top tech to teach Art remotely

E-learning, Teachers

Although online tutoring for subjects of an academic nature has been popular for quite some time, creative fields like art are also enjoying an increased online presence. Taking art teaching to a completely virtual environment, however, is a big step, as it typically involves more of a hands-on approach than academic teachings do.

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