Remote learning lessons developed by Maine Township District 207
Tech & Learning interviews Doug Levin, founder of the K–12 Cyber Incident Map, which has been instrumental in drawing attention to cybersecurity threats facing U.S.
Educators shared one great thing that has happened during this time of remote teaching and learning.
Teams has several new upgrades to make Teams a great option for digital education and video conferencing.
Gaggle will integrate its safety solution, under the name Gaggle Safety Management for Teams, with Microsoft Teams.
PBLWorks, provider of professional development for Project Based Learning (PBL), is transitioning many of its workshops and services to an online format through June 2020,
The New York City Department of Education launched a remote learning program in the nation’s largest school district in a week
Staying connected, creating meaningful lessons, and supporting social-emotional learning during remote learning
Follett and Baker & Taylor are collaborating to provide its public library partners with free access through June 30 to Lightbox and AV2 World Languages.
In these unprecedented times, it is important for staff to be intentional about staying connected and supporting the social-emotional needs of their staff.
The nationwide massive shift to eLearning means that broadband data is absolutely necessary for K-12 and higher-ed students.
District leaders from small, medium, and large districts discussed how they are meeting diverse needs as they roll out remote learning programs
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ViewSonic Corp. is offering schools free subscriptions to its Premium tier of myViewBoard software through September 30, 2020.
Georgia districts applied their remote learning lessons learned from 2014's "Snowmaggedon" to quickly launch an effective remote learning plan.