One of the many challenges with distance learning is finding ways for students to engage in active and interpersonal learning experiences that increase their understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). These types of activities are especially important because they can make abstract scientific concepts more accessible, and engage diverse learners in using engineering processes that are helpful for 21st century careers.
This edLeader Panel brings together two progressive forces in education: California’s Cajon Valley Union School District and Beable, which just introduced K-12’s first Life-Ready Literacy System.
Join this edWebinar to learn how simple attendance intervention measures can be applied to improve student engagement during distance learning.
Join this edWebinar to learn how urban and rural district leaders are successfully supporting their students’ mental health and social-emotional learning in the wake of COVID-19.
In this edWebinar, school and district leadership will learn strategies for developing remote learning contingency plans that not only address current needs and concerns but maintain the rigor and focus on long-term student outcomes.
Join this edWebinar to learn about providing your district staff and school leaders with key information, tools and resources, research, and structures to successfully implement a school or district-wide distance learning system for special populations students.
Attend this timely and relevant edWebinar to learn how you can reference effective and familiar frameworks to guide your distance learning contingency planning during these uncertain times.
If circumstances call for social distancing (think COVID-19!), distance learning comes into play. It has its benefits, wearing PJs among them. It also has its challenges: lots of screen and seat time; virtual tools that might not fully engage learners; and programs that may not be a good fit with the curriculum. In short, they don’t always measure up to the “real thing” that is school.
We invite you to discover engaging, virtual, and hands-on strategies for preparing Pre-K students for kindergarten in a time of distance learning.
Join this edWebinar for a discussion about this “new normal” of distance learning. We’ll dive into the trends of how and what students are doing as seen through Gaggle’s data, as well as how educators can keep students safe and connected while they learn at home.