Early in the pandemic, Kyle Berger, chief technology officer for Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District, installed cameras in every classroom for hybrid learning. Those cameras continue to be used in innovative ways.
Many educators are still only using the basic Zoom features despite new upgrades to the video conferencing software.
Potentially a casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic, the SAMR model is evolving to adapt to new learning environments
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.
In the remote coastal city of Nome, Alaska, internet is slow and costs more than $300 per month yet students remain connected