There’s may have never been a period in education as transformative as the one we’ve seen surrounding the spread of the novel coronavirus and the ensuing COVID-19 pandemic, with remote learning becoming a must-grapple-with reality overnight and questions still looming about how 2021 will unfold across the world’s schools. —Click the headline to read more
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Before COVID-19 led to the closure of schools around the country, a personal tutor was like a personal computer: a powerful educational tool available only to those with the resources to afford it. During the pandemic, districts have invested heavily in laptops and tablets to provide every student the opportunity to connect with online learning platforms. —Click the headline to read more
One of the five leading trends found in The State of Student Success and Engagement report is that online learning needs to be intentionally designed. The authors write that “Creating meaningful, interactive experiences between faculty and students will be critical to continued student engagement. Institutions that work to improve faculty proficiency in online teaching will be better positioned —Click the headline to read more
In March 2020, every single U.S. public school building closed. From kindergartens to law schools, instruction became a virtual experience as communities attempted to stop the spread of the coronavirus. While many statements can be made about what has changed since that fateful month, it undoubtedly normalized online learning. —Click the headline to read more
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