Edtech Coaches & How They’re Evolving

A new report from Digital Promise shows the way many teachers across the United States are trying to get acquainted with online teaching: education technology coaches. Their survey showed that most edtech coaches were used by teachers more as a resource during the 2019-2020 school year closures. Helping teachers adapt their teaching plans and content…

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Creating an Interactive Digital Classroom for Fall

Many urban districts across the United States are committing to a fully-online 2020-2021 school year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here in Ohio, this represents almost 25% of all students. Another 24% are using a hybrid schedule with remote learning some days and other days in-person. The previous trend toward digital technology becoming ubiquitous in…

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Making Instruction Accessible to Diverse Learners with Technology

Distance learning has made it feel to many teachers like they cannot effectively help their former physically-present students. This is exacerbated by the stress of adapting to an online-only environment and changing their coursework to fit within that context. These changes can prove to be challenging for all students, but especially those who receive significant…

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