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Marianthe Williams, School Administrator and Director of Technology for the River Dell Regional School District in Oradell, New Jersey, took a journey back in time to March of 2020 to help break down her district’s...
In March, most school districts were sent scrambling when the start coronavirus pandemic made it clear it was not wise to conduct school on campus – at least not in the traditional way.
With over 220 modern, fun songs, Moosiko allows students to choose their own learning path and progress at their own pace.
Medical professionals have never been busier. At the same time, it has never been so important for them to take time to learn about the ever-evolving pandemic and the medical community’s response to it.
In this episode, Jeff talks about the immediate steps the video platform provider took to help its higher ed customers shift as well as some of the longer-term improvements that should be in store for...
In this episode, Jena breaks down how educators can crunch the numbers to enhance learning experiences that should be maintained even after this madness has passed.
In this episode, Hardeep talks about how the right analytics and data management techniques can help solve the most pressing education issues, from social emotional learning lapses to digital inequities.
There are still 3 million students, predominately middle and high school students still missing from school since the pandemic started.
In this episode, Angela Maiers shares those ideas for the betterment of everyone, not just educators.
In this episode, the President and CEO of Lightspeed Systems talks about the efforts of the edTech industry to address the new realities of remote education and how schools will not only survive this crisis...
For Thomas Murray, every conversation is a balancing act. As the Director of Innovation for Future Ready Schools, a project of the Alliance for Excellent Education, located in Washington, D.C., he strives to promote big...
Collin Ernst, CEO of Learnwell, wants you to forget about the COVID slide, or digital equity, or personalized learning—for a minute anyway.
From the death of the textbook to the systematic failure of higher education to the circus that is this election season, David discusses the controversies in today's educational world.
Before they help the students, teachers have to help themselves.
In this episode, Rob expounds on shifting PD methods during COVID, the importance of the edTech community to support education, and the new role parents are playing in this current reality.
In this episode, Kseniya talks about the positives of upskilling through her SEMRush Academy and how certification can become a new standard in assessment for all sorts of learning.
From professional development programs for educators to traditional industry training, a new way to assess learning progress is gaining traction.
In this episode, she talks about the adjustments her company has made to support schools during this traumatic process and what innovations may take hold going forward.
As Chief Academic Officer, she is responsible for driving Apex Learning’s academic leadership in the market and setting the vision for curriculum and instructional design in Apex Learning’s digital learning solutions.
As remote working and learning become more firmly entrenched each month the pandemic endures, schools and companies that handed out devices are looking more closely at people are doing with them.
HP and leading partners are turning to immediate action to close the homework and digital access gap
Fifty-two percent of K-12 educators in the U.S. say their school has not warned them about the dangers of ransomware as they scale remote learning.
Microcredentials give the earner two things: bragging rights and USBE credits.
As the pandemic continues to reshape education, new trends are emerging in the way we teach and learn.
While everyone keeps talking about students in their worry about COVID slide and remote learning, no one is talking to them about it.