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Digital citizenship is a pillar of effective blended learning.
Learning gaps are far from a novel concept. For generations, when students have fallen behind, it’s been common to refer to learning gaps as the reason.
Our teaching philosophies express our values and beliefs about teaching.
Closing the physical doors of school buildings around the country with only around a quarter of the academic calendar remaining wasn’t on anyone’s radar.
Student engagement is often one of the most important indicators of student learning. It reflects the quality of teaching strategies, as well as the effectiveness of the instructor.
It seems like just yesterday schools all over the world were closing their physical doors and jumping head first into distance learning with little or no preparation.
Blended learning—a combination of both synchronous, in-person instruction and asynchronous online learning—continues to prove itself to be one of the most effective ways of teaching and learning.
Effective blended learning depends, in part, on digital literacy and comprehension. But finding high-quality digital content that meets the needs of all students is no easy feat.
A new day in education has arrived.
It’s finally summer. And after a turbulent school year for students across the country—and the world—we all want to let out a huge sigh of relief and simply relax.