Tag: distance learning
In August, the UN issued a 26-page policy brief on education during COVID-19 and beyond. The UN Secretary General did not mince words when he said the pandemic has created the largest disruption of education...
Teaching is a challenging enough profession without an unprecedented pandemic making things more difficult for faculty, staff and students alike. How do you boost teacher morale during COVID-19 — a pandemic that's gone on longer...
But when the pandemic hit and schools moved to remote learning environments, many students without computers, tablets, high-speed Internet service or no service whatsoever, faced being left behind the rest of their class.
As the nation faces a surge in Covid-19 cases, and schools continue to grapple with uncertainty and closures, Verizon is providing additional support and remote learning resources for teachers and students.
The use of advanced smart glass technology and connectivity, they are expanding their reach more than ever before, connecting team members to its network anytime, anywhere.
USDA is funding 116 projects through the Distance Learning and Telemedicine (DLT) grant program. The program helps health care and education institutions buy the equipment and software necessary.
Nearly half of faculty and administrators across all institution types are optimistic about the future of higher education, but there is still room for improvement.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, remote education has forced teachers to use every tool in their toolbox. But augmented reality, which allows both visual and hands-on instruction from any setting, remains out of reach.
On this episode of ScreenBeam’s Collaborative Tech Talks, Dr. Judy Fields, CEO of Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, and David Lopez, ScreenBeam Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances joined host Tyler Kern to outline the partnership
A large majority (74 percent) of IT leaders oversee both educational and administrative technology, blurring the lines between these systems.
Teachers in higher-poverty schools are the most likely to say they want parents to be more involved. Yet parents from low-income backgrounds are most likely to say they were already very involved in the spring.
The plans approved were submitted by 131 school districts and five special education schools. Projects include $52.2 million for classroom technology, $13.7 million for school connectivity, $24.9 million for high-tech security.
According to national surveys of more than 1,000 college students and more than 4,000 higher education faculty whose coursework shifted from in-person to remote learning due to COVID-19, student satisfaction fell by more than 30...