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How Science Educators can Use Software in Remote and Hybrid Classrooms

How Science Educators can Use Software in Remote and Hybrid Classrooms
Educators in science and engineering have traditionally relied on in-person experiments for teaching. Laboratory experiments introduce students to the real-life work of scientists and engineers, Read more

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FlowCast: The Ultimate In Excellent Customer Service? Partnership with Your Clients
May 7, 2021
Why does someone choose to do business with one company over another? What's the differentiating factor? In this episode of FlowCast, a Trillium Flow Technologies podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sought to answer Read more
Why Scaling in Last-Mile Delivery Means Investing in Technology, Partners, and Workers with Brenda Stoner of PICKUP
May 7, 2021
Last-mile delivery is now essential in the logics space. The greater adoption of eCommerce and the need to get in now will continue to fuel it. While last mile for smaller parcels is relatively Read more
DeGeest Holds Welding Competition for Area High School Students
DeGeest Holds Welding Competition for Area High School Students
May 7, 2021
On Friday, May 7 from 1p.m. to 4 p.m., Harrisburg High School and Tea Area High School welding students tested their skills at DeGeest Corporation as they competed for individual awards and the overall winning Read more
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How Science Educators can Use Software in Remote and Hybrid Classrooms
January 12, 2021
Educators in science and engineering have traditionally relied on in-person experiments for teaching. Laboratory experiments introduce students to the real-life work of scientists and engineers, Read more
10 Best Practices for Effective Online Learning
January 6, 2021
Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Relay Graduate School of Education runs an online campus alongside  in-person campuses and Read more
10 Best Practices for Effective Online Learning
January 6, 2021
Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Relay Graduate School of Education runs an online campus alongside  in-person campuses and Read more
16 Predictions for Higher-Ed Technology in 2021
January 5, 2021
When we posted our 2020 predictions on January 1 last year, we–along with the majority of the world–definitely didn’t anticipate the curveball that was (and continues to be) the global COVID-19 Read more
Virtual Reality is a Natural Next Step in Remote Learning
September 30, 2020
In the midst of the fall term during the COVID-19 pandemic, some U.S. universities are continuing the shift to remote learning while other colleges are only allowing 40-60 percent of students on Read more
Online Learning Minute: The Role of Microlearning
May 6, 2020
  From Microsoft Word’s infamous “Clippy” to how-to tutorials, support articles and more, microlearning is everywhere. Essentially, microlearning is “the small, incremental, or ‘micro’ Read more
Let Curriculum Dictate How Technology Is Used
February 5, 2020
Often, technology dictates curriculum rather than curriculum dictating the use of technology. On this episode of the MarketScale EdTech Podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with Julie Garcia, Read more
How the “Big Five” Tackles Student Reading Fluency
December 6, 2019
  Reading is one of the hardest skills to learn in early development. Any parent or teacher can attest to the struggle students go through on their journey to reading fluency and Read more
Helping English Language Learners Succeed
September 17, 2019
In states like California, up to 20 percent of students are English Language Learners, but we're not just talking about Spanish. ELLs speak 150 different languages in the U.S., and teachers Read more