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Reforms resulting from coronavirus closures might include blended learning where struggling students spend more time in classrooms while others take online classes.
Social isolation as a result of the novel coronavirus is having a negative effect on the mental health of young adults aged 16 to 18, the latest edition of a recurring monthly survey finds.
DA guest columnist, veteran teacher and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth shares how educators can boost remote discussion and collaboration with ed-tech tools.
Internet access is a basic right for students during online learning—and always, says DA guest columnist Caprice Young, the national superintendent for Learn4Life.
Ideas are emerging for fall 2020 as school leaders foresee blending in-person and online learning for different groups of students on alternating days and in the evenings.
Educators and administrators must be clear about confidentiality constraints involved in conducting online counseling sessions and social-skills groups during COVID-19 school closures.
Through its membership, clinics and conferences, NAECAD, which oversees esports coaches and directors, provides a powerful collaborative environment to share ideas and foster growth.
Turning school buses into mobile WiFi hotspots will provide broadband access and equity in narrowing the digital divide in online learning during the coronavirus crisis and beyond.
Momentum is building for an emergency stimulus fund that would help schools bring broadband internet access and WiFi to students left out of online learning.
DA guest columnist Susan Riley shares how teachers can integrate STEAM with curriculum and administrators can add it to professional development while working in an online learning environment.
Here are six tips for reducing feelings of distraction and isolation and for ensuring that students with dyslexia don’t lose ground in literacy progress.
Alabaster City Schools, a previous Districts of Distinction honoree, is keeping in continual contact with students at risk of not graduating.