But how do EdTech companies go global, and what challenges do they face?
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...
The education revolution is here. Digitization of learning, although critical, wasn’t on the fast track. The pandemic changed all that.
EdTech Makes Mental Healthcare Accessible for Students: How EmpowerU Works to Meet Students’ COVID...
The Voice of B2B explores how edtech solutions like EmpowerU are creating social and emotional learning spaces for students to seek support.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was among resignations this week after what she called an “inflection point" in the wake of Washington DC-based riots from supporters of President Donald Trump.
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...
The world of work is changing rapidly. As manufacturers upgrade to more intelligent machines that can produce goods faster and more cheaply, they’re faced with a people problem.
The skills gained from STEM education extend beyond those needed to be successful in just STEM fields. Rather, via hands-on learning with real-world applications, it helps students with varied interests develop a variety of valuab
Special education needs the tools to thrive in remote and distance settings – fortunately, they’re being made more available than ever.
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,...
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.
JW Marshall, Host, Voices of eLearning connected with Rhonda Ashburn, Executive Director, AFSA Education Foundation to discuss the major gap in financial education in schools.
Successful campus CIOs don’t just find ways to create value for their college or university with the help of technology. They also communicate this value effectively across the institution.
Few countries have been as firm with their response to the coronavirus as country (and island) Australia. By capping entry and enforcing a strict 2-week quarantine, the country recently celebrated a six-day streak reporting no...
This week Dr. James P. Barber joins the show to discuss the five ways educators can help students integrate learning.
Across the nation, higher-ed leaders are grappling with the question of how they will ensure a continued safe on-campus environment for students, faculty, and staff in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Contact tracing and...
This summer posed some unique challenges for colleges and universities across the country, as many needed to act quickly to implement the right AV technology solutions to help faculty create collaborative and engaging learning exp
The pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the way teachers engage with students, but also created a unique opportunity for teachers to leverage remote classrooms to improve teaching effectiveness.
The transition from face-to-face training to online training is an undeniable challenge. When not executed properly, online training can be dull, monotonous, and overwhelming.
Since the pandemic hit the U.S. in early 2020, K12 and universities have shifted to online learning, but not all have been successful.
With over 220 modern, fun songs, Moosiko allows students to choose their own learning path and progress at their own pace.
Manning and Johnson both agree that the biggest challenge educators face is taking an in-person class and redesigning it for virtual learning.
While most areas of our day to day lives have changed immensely during the pandemic, students in particular have had no choice but to adapt rapidly to new learning setups.
Today’s students, teachers, and administrative staff are facing unprecedented connectivity challenges as the 2020 school year brings more and more distance learning options.