How to add coding to remote learning
District leaders and educators can consider a variety of tools to engage young learners, while building problem-solving skills and fostering peer collaboration—at home or at school, says DA guest columnist, veteran teacher and FETC featured speaker Rachelle Dene Poth.
What students need now: Custom learning pathways
As we look toward reopening schools, it’s not just time for addressing an unprecedented learning loss crisis. It’s time for laying a policy foundation to enable schools to provide students with individualized learning experiences so they can thrive, says DA guest columnist Scott Muri.
How one rural district hosted a virtual college and career fair
By leveraging tech resources and getting creative, DA guest columnist Erica Birkmeier moved her Chesaning Union School District event from the Michigan high school to the virtual space. She shares four tips for making a successful transition online for any future event.