Online learning

Online schooling helps students feel confident about their futures

Should schools continue to utilize virtual learning? That's the question districts are trying to answer. However, the solution isn't so clear-cut as the reviews are incredibly mixed.

How data can solve problems to support the growth of hybrid learning

Data and predictive analytics can help district administrators tackle teacher shortages and other challenges to ensure classrooms are thriving.

Has videoconferencing reached its full potential for remote instruction?

Videoconferencing in education is already a proven idea. However, it needs to integrate closer with learning management and classroom management systems.

4 ed-tech leaders to watch: They’re getting districts back to business

CIOs and other ed-tech leaders are not being left out of the K-12 recovery conversation, particularly when it comes to spending relief funds on learning and safety. 

Quelling the quit: A look at 2 new strategies for uplifting teachers

One way to keep teachers enthusiastic about their jobs is to provide new ways for them to improve their craft. Better yet, pay them to engage in professional development that fits into their busy lives. 

How one state’s free tech project is modernizing learning and leadership

New Hampshire districts are getting three potentially transformative teaching tools at no cost for five years, and the PD to power them.

How 3 ed-tech leaders will help their districts avoid the ESSER fiscal cliff

If the IT department is not preparing for the ESSER fiscal cliff by partnering with academic and financial leaders, your district risks taking a hard financial fall.

8 popular PD topics for summer break start with what teachers want

The rapid transformation of K-12 education during COVID is refocusing educators on professional development priorities that may be shifting just as quickly.

AI-enabled tech is the key to delivering personalized learning

In order to turn learning loss into learning gain, we need bots that serve as personal tutors.

Online inquiry: How and where your students say they are learning best

About two-thirds of students want to be in-person all the time when the pandemic ends while 18% favor a combination of face-to-face and remote instruction. Only 9% would prefer being fully online.

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