Tag: online 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...
With the move to virtual learning nearing its one-year mark, preventing online cheating and how to approach online proctoring have consistently been at the top of educators’ concerns.
Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Here are 10 practical tips from veteran online faculty to support those making the switch.
Connectivity continues to be a challenge for school districts. Nonprofit Connected Nation reported that only 47% of school districts meet the FCC's 1Mbps/student standard. To put this in perspective, that leaves about two-thirds o
Special education needs the tools to thrive in remote and distance settings – fortunately, they’re being made more available than ever.
The research represented in the Rapid Response Report was derived from two complementary inquiries—one drawing on interviews with 49 respondents from 20 states and the other on 773 survey responses from teachers and tutors.
Along with support from Carolina's Digital and Lifelong Learning, faculty will lead the development of these programs with 2U, with initial degrees launching over the course of the next few years.
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.
Despite travel restrictions around the globe, Melnick has still been able to create travel content.
WGU Labs invents, builds, and invests in EdTech solutions with startups, applying learning science, social psychology, and research
With a proprietary relationship-building technique called the 5-Star Approach, Tyler Small shows that creating meaningful relationships online is possible -- and even easy.
Since the pandemic hit the U.S. in early 2020, K12 and universities have shifted to online learning, but not all have been successful.
Online learning as a modality of teaching and learning has been thrust upon education and can no longer be considered an emerging reality. It is here.
Manning and Johnson both agree that the biggest challenge educators face is taking an in-person class and redesigning it for virtual learning.
Zovio CEO Andrew Clark and host JW Marshall talk personalization at scale and powerful edtech solutions.
A global pandemic can change learning, but it can’t stop it–and during a virtual EDUCAUSE conference session, educators heard directly from students how to best meet student needs during online learning.
Bites Media’s Nick Farrell and Emily David join host JW Marshall for a discussion on how the company is getting the next generation of middle and high school students engaged with American news and democracy.
Panasonic’s Darryl Krall outlines how the company’s long history in education has prepared it to help educators and students thrive during this time of accelerated change.
No one needs reminding that we are in the year 2020, yet we continue to offer education and certifications in virtually the same manner as we have for millennia.
While the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic persists, it may be time to settle into an educational environment that will be more online than previously imagined.
Square32 Consulting’s Jennifer Stringer outlines how her experience in education and the pandemic have helped Square32 provide a roadmap for companies entering the education space.
As the global pandemic extends into the fall, it’s clear that most schools and universities will continue to rely on online instruction in the near term. However, although online instruction can help minimize health risks,...
Collin Ernst, CEO of Learnwell, wants you to forget about the COVID slide, or digital equity, or personalized learning—for a minute anyway.
6 in 10 office workers in the U.S. and Europe agreeing that lifelong learning is now more important than ever before.