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New law will result in more information for school leaders related to cybersecurity and online safety but requires no actions or impose new requirements for state or local educational agencies.
Monitoring is not quite the right word to describe the responsibility educators have when thinking about students’ online activity outside of school hours, a cyberbullying expert says.
Education’s immediate future requires taking full advantage of what worked during the pandemic as educators also guide students in regaining a sense of normalcy.
COVID’s ongoing spread in classrooms is forcing a growing number of district leaders to refine remote instruction programs as states also develop new guidelines.
Student privacy and equity could be two casualties of educators’ Herculean efforts to hand out millions of laptops and tablets to connect families after the COVID shut down, an advocacy group says.
Featured speaker Shannon McClintock Miller will lead discussions on collaboration, choice boards and leadership.
Through the use of ed-tech tools, teachers can spend more time with their students. And students can learn and show their knowledge in their own way.
The future of education post-COVID may be less about a return to physical classrooms and more about instructing students in the ways they learn best.
Gamification, play and fun are how English teacher and instructional coach John Meehan, an FETC 2022 featured speaker, is reaching new levels of engagement with his students.
With the delta variant surge complicating the new school year, regular COVID testing remains one of the most effective ways to keep students healthy and classrooms open, experts say.
Featured speaker Matthew Joseph says expanding personal learning networks, reach is important.