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NASA keeps the STEM lessons going during quarantine

05/07/2020

Topics: coronavirus, COVID-19, NASA, Online learning, STEM

From launching simple paper rockets to learning how to read satellite images, NASA has assembled a rich collection of STEM activities for students from kindergarten through high school to do on their own at…

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How to Lead a School District in a Crisis

11/24/2020

Topics: coronavirus, Education leadership, Online learning, Technology planning & infrastructure

Remember when 1:1 devices were a luxury and video lectures felt subversive? For many school districts, it wasn’t that long ago.

Over the past few decades, education has been dipping its feet in the…

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3 ways to make remote learning more engaging

04/23/2020

Topics: Online learning

Like many teachers, since COVID-19 I've been teaching all of my classes remotely. Although I am not new to online teaching or coaching, I wasn’t sure how…

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Teach students how to read — and understand — digital text

04/17/2020

Topics: Online learning

Creating online educational content isn’t as simple as transferring printed materials to a virtual space. One of the barriers, researchers have found, is…

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9 tips for organizing a virtual learning environment

03/31/2020

Topics: Online learning

The Innovator Solutions section includes contributions from corporate sponsors and advertisers representing education organizations, businesses, policy-making bodies and other influencers dedicated to…

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Meeting students' social-emotional needs during a COVID-19 lockdown

04/07/2020

Topics: Online learning, social-emotional learning

High school junior Sadie Bograd doesn’t mind having extra leisure time to catch up on her novel reading or binge-watch the latest season of The Good Place. But there are moments when the unstructured…

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Flexibility is key to successful remote learning

04/06/2020

Topics: COVID-19, Online learning

Adjusting expectations has been a theme of learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ohio’s Lakota Local Schools, a suburban K-12 district with more than 16,700 students, designed its remote learning guide with…

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COVID-19: Get federal funding for your district!

03/31/2020

Topics: Online learning

The COVID-19 public health crisis continues to impact schools across the country. As closures extend further into the year, states and districts are leveraging online learning models, and…

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5 pandemic-friendly resources for bridging the digital divide

04/20/2020

Topics: COVID-19, digital equity, Online learning

If educators have learned anything from the coronavirus outbreak, it’s that digital equity is a complex and moving target. Never has the breadth of the digital divide been more apparent — and never has it been…

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COVID-19 thrusts digital equity to the forefront

03/26/2020

Topics: COVID-19, digital equity, ISTE Expert Webinars, Online learning

With millions of students out of school across the country due to the coronavirus pandemic, districts everywhere are scrambling to put in place remote learning programs. A big stumbling-block is guaranteeing…

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