Articles by tag: blended learning

Systems Replacement in K-12 Education

systems replacement in K-12 education

Systems replacement in K-12 education isn’t an overhaul of an outdated model; it’s rethinking education for the next generation’s success and beyond. Why now? The future of K-12 education is poised to be revolutionized by disruptive innovations, with technology playing a pivotal role in shaping a more personalized and flexible learning environment. Expect “blended learning”…

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Modern Classroom Approach: Supporting Student Learning Outcomes

Everyone knows it – education needs to change. Our educational landscape is outdated and antiquated. The current education system does not support students the way it needs to, and test scores and international rankings show that. So, how does our approach to classroom teaching need to adjust to modernity? The latest episode of the Future…

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The Pandemic Helped Education Realize K-12 Education Has Outgrown its Purpose, How Will It Be Reimagined?

When Amy Valentine started her education career, she wasn’t quite sure where she’d end up. After working in traditional, blending and online school communities she realized her passion for education started with her statement, “I am an education enthusiast, in a non-traditional way.” To discuss her charity’s work and the future of education, Valentine sits…

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Why Edmentum Entered Into a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Apex Learning

Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, MarketScale sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.   The EdTech space is in a state of flux….

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The Acceleration of EdTech

Brian Potash is the Regional Manager for OverDrive Education, and he dropped by to discuss his thoughts on the future of technology in education. “I’ve been so excited to see the sheer amount of technology and EdTech that has been injected into the classroom. While the pandemic has been extremely challenging for schools and educators,…

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Learning Moments and Engineering Behavioral Change

Celebrating the leaders and experts that are powering education into the future, host JW Marshall sets out to ask the “right questions” in EdTech to understand the changes in policy and technology that will power our universities, tradeschools, and companies – and drive growth in upskilling certifications.   Professionals tasked with developing and implementing learning modules for…

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Adult Education Suffers Similar Pandemic Setbacks as K-12

The landscape of education in America has changed dramatically this year, for both K-12 students and adult learners as well. A recent report from ProLiteracy, conducted b E-BAES Taskforce and EdTech Center @ World Education, interviewed teachers, educators, and tutors in the adult education space, providing a diverse set of data illustrating the challenges…

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Facing Adversity Head-On: Leadership Insights From Charmeachealle Moore
July 23, 2024

Welcome to “Through the Storm,” where resilience and facing adversity head-on takes center stage. If you were to look up the word in the dictionary, you might just find a picture of Charmeachealle Moore, known affectionately as Mike Moore. His life story reads like a testament to unwavering determination and perseverance. Mike is a…

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Breaking the Cycle and Inspiring Others
July 23, 2024

Nowadays, the traditional path to education is being questioned more than ever and there are numerous stories that provide a beacon of hope for those considering alternative routes. As the number of adults without a high school diploma reaches nearly 22 million in the United States, the importance of understanding and embracing non-traditional education…

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Approaching Safety and Regulatory Compliance with Intent and Purpose
July 23, 2024

In this episode of School Safety Today by Raptor Technologies Michelle Dawn Mooney sat down with special guest, Carrie Mockler, the Vice President of Operations at PublicSchoolWORKS, a Raptor Technologies company. PublicSchoolWORKS is a fully automated, all-in-one learning management system for online training for school staff and a comprehensive risk management program. Key Takeaways: •…

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The Power of Self-Compassion in Leadership and Cognitive Diversity Can Transform Workplaces
July 23, 2024

Mental health and a sense of belonging are critical issues in today’s workplaces. So much that it is essential to practice self-compassion and form a better understanding of cognitive diversity. Leaders today must navigate the complexities of fostering connection and reducing isolation among their teams. Recent studies indicate that 40 percent of employees feel…

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The Keys to Successful Blended Learning During the COVID Pandemic
November 3, 2020

For years, education professionals have discussed the future of eLearning. Then, almost overnight, it was here. With the COVID-19 pandemic spreading, modifications were required, and most school systems in the United States went to a fully virtual setup. Some districts were set up well for success, while others are still struggling to catch up, even…

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What’s Next for Higher Ed This Fall?
July 13, 2020

Apogee, the only managed services provider focused solely on higher education, today released the first of a five-part series from the company’s new State of Higher Education Strategic Planning 2020 Report. This first-of-its-kind study analyzed 491 publicly available strategic plans from universities and colleges across the country to understand strategic planning in the pre-COVID-19 world. Focusing…

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Virtual Superintendent Symposium and Retreat To Create Blueprint for Back to School 2020
July 7, 2020

All district leaders are invited to  Institute for Education Innovation’s Superintendent Symposium and Retreat from July 24 to July 25 to workshop ideas for reopening schools in the safest and smartest way possible. With a focus on equity and social justice, the retreat will offer an innovative space both virtually and in person for Institute for Education Innovation (IEI)…

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RAND Survey Provides Key Data Points For The Future of Schools
July 3, 2020

Drawing on the RAND Corporation’s American Educator Panels (AEP), researchers surveyed nationally representative samples of K–12 public school teachers and principals in late April and early May 2020 to document how they delivered instruction and other services, what supports and resources they needed, and what their expected priorities and plans were for the 2020–2021 school…

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What’s Next? A Look At Back-To-School Post-Pandemic
June 23, 2020

Dr. Gerald Dawkins is SVP, Superintendent and District Relations, for K12 Insight. This article was originally published on TrustED. Nearly every aspect of American life has been upended by the scourge of a deadly virus and the social and economic fallout of a months-long lockdown intended to slow the contagion. School buildings in nearly every…

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The Future of E-Learning: How the Coronavirus Pandemic Changed Preconceived Notions about Education
June 19, 2020

Finding a way to effectively and fairly educate all of society’s young people already was a daunting task. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic hit and added another wrinkle for educators and administrators to deal with. Arlynne Roa Awayan, Director of Customer Success and Engagement at CYPHER Learning and former president of the Philippine eLearning Society,…

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How EdTech Should Go Global
June 15, 2020

As we near the end of the academic year, educators are planning for an uncertain future. Districts are facing daunting budget cuts, and the very structure of school is in flux: will students return to brick-and-mortar schools with modified schedules and/or classroom designs? Will they continue to learn online? Or will it be a combination…

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What Universities Are Learning From Online Education
May 14, 2020

Six months ago, few of the world’s academics had taught an online class. Now they’re almost all doing it. I asked dozens of them about their experiences. My conclusion: online education won’t replace the in-person variety, but will complement it. University teaching after the pandemic will be blended: a mix of both methods. That could…

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EdTech Tools Weren’t Designed for this Crisis, and We Must Evolve
May 6, 2020

A rousing cheer for the educators, the parents and, yes, the technologists who have stepped up to keep learning going during these past weeks. They, too, are superheroes. Now let’s have a real conversation about what “school” is going to look like going forward. As governors and districts wrestle over new policies, all we know…

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