The Problem with Distance Learning & How Forward Edge Can Help

girl distance learning on a laptop

Everybody knows that the response to the coronavirus is to socially distance, wear a mask, and stay away from others when possible. Unfortunately, that caused many school districts to close from April until the end of the school year. Some teachers found it challenging to catch up with the overnight shift from in-person class to online learning without access to the proper resources. Among other things, this problem is exacerbated by a lack of digital equity across student populations,

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Stay Connected: Exterior Wifi Solutions from Forward Edge!

During this time of social distancing around the United States, every business is thinking about how to reposition solutions to keep customers connected and safe. With the increased need for technology that this era is ushering in, many schools are considering more distance learning solutions and what to do when students return to physical school buildings. Forward Edge is now offering Exterior WiFi Solutions to help support districts with an increase in technological needs and access to reliable WiFi.

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Careers of the Future: The Jobs that Don’t Exist Yet

In a new partnership report published by Dell Technologies and the Institute for the Future (IFTF), there is an estimate that 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven’t even been invented yet. These careers are a reflection of the ever-changing technological terrain that encompasses our daily lives.

 

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Forward Edge to Present at OETC 2019!

 

The Ohio Educational Technology Conference is the main educational technology conference in Ohio that provides educators and technology coordinators the opportunity to network and discuss current and future educational technologies through workshops, breakout sessions, speakers and a vendor show.

We’re so excited to be heading back to OETC again on February 12-14, 2019 and we are thrilled to have some of our own employees from the Curriculum and Technology Integration team leading sessions at this year’s conference- Michael Roush,

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