A post-COVID-19 educational scenario will most likely need to take into consideration the threats and realities brought about by the virus. With this in mind, the following principles are being shared as a way to help both the teachers and the students deal with the new normal in the education landscape.
Education is not a one-way street; the process includes both learning and teaching, with different responsibilities attributed to both protagonists: the teacher and the student. Let’s explore the role of the teachers and the connection they have with their students and peers that could facilitate the delivery of personalized instruction in education:
As technology continues to play an increasingly important role in the modern classroom, the need for educators who are adept in the use of these important tools is also growing. This is as true for the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom as it is for the online classroom.
The threat of the new virus has come with a set of unprecedented challenges for Higher Education institutions. Emergency remote teaching may be just a coping mechanism, but it is a valuable exercise in developing a coherent online education strategy for the future. A challenge is an opportunity in disguise, after all.
Teachers who are seeking to create effective, accessible learning experiences for students should know that learning how to mediate the online environment is imperative.Read on to gain access to remote learning tips that can take your students’ academic experience from average to awesome:
Even if “success” means different things for each school and even if there’s no magic blueprint to make things run smoothly forever, you can still build a successful edtech strategy without becoming overwhelmed. Here are 6 steps to adapt according to your school’s situation and needs:
With the rebellion against standardized tests and “one-size-fits-all” schools, design thinking has become the antidote to the industrialization of education. But how can educators ensure that design thinking becomes a meaningful educational strategy, rather than just another passing trend?
For the majority of students, school closures caused quite a shock and a big disruption in their routine. To make this transition to remote learning smoother, teachers might find it useful to pass the following information on to their students and guide them throughout the process.
Technological advancements, access to the internet, and improvement in communication technologies have equipped schools and teachers alike with the much-needed tools to effectively conduct online learning. So let’s take a look at some of the reasons why we should all consider investing in online education:
Children have a right to the educational role model they need in their school environment which will set them up for life-long learning. As their parents, carers and educators, we can act as children’s media mentors, building their knowledge, skills, values and confidence, guiding and advising them in their choices, and allowing them to become independent, responsible digital citizens.