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As education leaders devise plans to potentially reopen schools in the fall, logistics are still unpredictable at best.
School buildings are closed, students are learning at home, and parents must now step into the roles of teachers. It’s easy to get overwhelmed.
Starting in March, Schoology began hosting weekly Distance Learning Meet Ups on Fridays to help our users adapt to the sudden shift to learning (and teaching) at home.
Student accountability matters more now than ever as K-12 schools and districts move to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Social-emotional learning enhances learning.
Schoology, from its very inception, was centered around the idea of communication, collaboration, and sharing.
Temporary interruptions to the school day, school week, and even school calendar are hardly a new occurrence for many K-12 school districts in the US. Typically related to weather events, some K-
If you’re thinking about ways to connect with students when doing distance learning, there many options when using an LMS like Schoology. In our video on “
I have written before about digital disruption and the future of teaching and learning online. With the current pandemic and school closures, we are facing uncertain times in education.