Cristin Kennedy, Director of Instructional Technology for Cobb County Schools in Georgia, was recently recognized for leading the way on technology implementation
When distance learning numbers climbed to 60%, district leaders knew they had to find solutions to keep students engaged.
When school buildings closed down last March, in-person classes weren't the only thing that ground to a halt.
Any teacher who has taught students in class while teaching students remotely knows the challenges of engaging all students.
One of the more challenging classroom environments was where the teachers were remote and the students are present in the classroom.
A teacher ‘command center’ in each classroom allows simultaneous instruction of students in the classroom and at home.
Teachers are creative by nature, and never has this been more evident than since Covid-19 closed down schools last March.
In today's challenging times, districts need to come up with creative ways to keep kids engaged and on track.
Teaching sex ed during the Covid-19 era has been challenging but there many best practices and strategies to employ
Trying to get accurate assessments of students with special needs during remote learning continues to be a big challenge
Organized by parents, learning pods are becoming a popular way to create small-group learning environments
Ironically, teaching tech through tech is a challenge, but Champlain College Online is cracking the code