Going the Distance: 5 Essential Features of an LMS That Support Remote Learning

October 22, 2020

Category: Education Tech

Not so long ago, speakers at edtech conferences often quipped that if Ben Franklin were to visit our world today, the only place he would recognize is the public school classroom. While that old chestnut long held some truth, it […]

Bringing equity to STEM learning

October 14, 2020

As an unprecedented school year begins this fall, how do we make sure that high school students can develop relevant and applicable knowledge in STEM learning and effectively prepare our workforce for the jobs of the future? That’s the challenge […]

3 ways to forge teacher-student connections during COVID

October 7, 2020

New research highlights the adverse effect the COVID-19 pandemic is having on teachers and students across the country–and it also underscores the importance of teacher-student connections. The Canva National Education Survey: Fall 2020 shows that the new school year, beginning […]


House Education Committee Subpoenas Ed Dept. Staff

October 23, 2020

Via: Inside Higher Ed

Democrats on the House education committee on Thursday issued subpoenas for three career Education Department staff as part of the committee’s probe into whether Under Secretary Diane Auer Jones tried to help Dream Center Education Holdings retroactively get accreditation to […]

Educational Stages, Secondary Education

How deeply will digital learning transform K-12 long term?

October 22, 2020

Via: Education Dive

In a news release, Project Tomorrow CEO Julie A. Evans said examining the Speak Up results from before and after spring school closures allows education researchers “to see in almost real time how the unexpected shift has altered not only […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies, News

Turning media literacy into civic engagement

October 21, 2020

Via: eSchool News

Being an informed contributor to America’s democratic practices and principles requires strong media literacy skills. Without them, even the most civic-minded will find it hard to assess and interpret the mass of information out in the world. Jeff Knutson, Common […]