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DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Matthew X. Joseph addresses how districts can move from short- to long-term solutions for delivering special needs services, and shares nine strategies for at-home learning success. Joseph is director of curriculum, instruction and assessment at Leicester Public Schools in Massachusetts.
Screen time, social media, video games and other online activities are the only way students can stay in touch with friends under stay-at-home orders.
DA guest columnist, FETC featured speaker and education consultant Ann McMullan shares five tips for K-12 district leaders to consider as nonprofits and for-profits offer free access to ed tech resources during school closures.
Shannon McClintock Miller, innovation director of instructional technology and library media for Iowa’s Van Meter Community School District and a featured speaker for FETC, shares library resources and online literacy opportunities in a virtual library for teachers, learners and families.
Shannon McClintock Miller, innovation director of instructional technology and library media for Iowa’s Van Meter Community School District and a featured speaker for FETC, addresses how free e-books are a fun way to help improve student comprehension and vocabulary during school closures.
Rather than present a best guess as fact, provide students with the tools they need to stay up to date on COVID-19, says DA guest columnist Hannah Dismuke, a Guilford County Schools science teacher in North Carolina.
DA guest columnist Richard Quinones addresses how to secure student connections to the internet and their data and school system data, while they work remotely during school closures.
Don’t forget accessibility and engagement when offering online specialized instruction. Here are ideas for boosting specialized instruction when it's delivered remotely.
Here are 105 free resources, services and teaching materials being offered at no charge during the coronavirus outbreak. Updated on April 3.
Mobile WiFi hotspots, also known as MiFis, are in short supply as equity-minded superintendents work to ensure all students have access to the internet to participate fully in online learning.
School leaders navigating coronavirus closures have shifted online learning on-the-fly to help students and teachers face numerous challenges, including access and illness.