remote learning

10 Ways Google Certification Can Support Remote Learning – SULS063 – Education Article

10 Ways Google Certification Can Support Remote Learning – SULS063 | Shake Up Learning↑ This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Reject Read More Privacy & Cookies Policy This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Jodey Smith Read Full Article

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8 Key Focus Areas for Developing a Re-Entry Plan – Education Article

The COVID19 pandemic has radically disrupted both society and education as we know it. The chances of many things going back to the way they were are slim. I can say with confidence that a mentality of TTWWADI (that’s the way we’ve always done it) will not serve many people well going forward.  Hard lessons have been learned as countries have shut down their economies.  Sacrifices have been made on an unimaginable level. Questions remain as to what the future…

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Five Ways to Make Review Games for Students to Play at Home – Education Article

We’re getting to the time of the year when I usually get a lot of requests for ideas for making review games for students. This year is not any different except that I’m getting requests for making review games that students can play at home. Here are five options for making review games that I have been recommending lately. ClassTools ClassTools.net offers a free service teachers can use to create their own educational games. Games made on ClassTools.net can be…

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Lessons Learned From Remote Learning – SULS062 – Education Article

Last week we explored the remote learning situation from the student’s perspectives. This week I’m chatting with a highly-respected leader and author. Evan Robb has been a building level principal for over 20 years, and he’s sharing what this time has been like from his perspective, and lessons learned from remote learning. We all know that our administrators have been working hard to make the remote learning experience as smooth as possible. Now we can hear straight from Evan what…

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The Vital Role of Digital Leadership in Transforming Education – Education Article

Education will not be the same.  Now before you think that this is a “doom and gloom” outlook, let me elaborate.  The COVID19 pandemic has fundamentally changed our world more than we could have ever imagined. In the case of schools, there has been a dramatic shift to remote learning that has allowed all of us to reflect on where we are, but more importantly, where we want and need to be in the near future. There has been a…

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Three Quick Ways for Students to Respond to Prompts With Whiteboard and Screencast Videos – Education Article

A few weeks ago Screencastify introduced a new feature called Screencastify Submit. I was able to try it out with some of my students last week. It turned out to be a great way for students to send short videos to me without their classmates seeing them. Screencastify Submit lets you create an assignment for your students to complete by making videos with Screencastify. (I had my students make short videos about identifying errors in an Arduino program). You can post…

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Leading Through Crisis and Beyond for Teachers and Educational Leaders – SULS060 – Education Article

Leading Through Crisis and Beyond for Teachers and Educational Leaders – SULS060 | Shake Up Learning↑ This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We’ll assume you’re ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish.Accept Reject Read More Privacy & Cookies Policy This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Kasey Bell Read Full Article

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Protecting Kids During and After Remote Learning – Education Article

A Principal’s Reflections: Protecting Kids During and After Remote Learning Protecting Kids During and After Remote Learning With more and more schools either extending school closures or completely shutting down for the remainder of the academic year, a focus on remote learning will continue into the foreseeable future. While many schools and districts have had to grapple with digital equity issues, their focus will continue to be offering a blended approach to meet the needs of all learners best.  However,…

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The Educator’s Guide To Using Video In Teaching And Learning – The Edublogger – Education Article

In an era of remote teaching and learning due to the global pandemic, teachers and students are relying on video more than ever before. Video in education can mean a lot of things: Teachers finding and sharing videos someone else has made Educators creating their own videos, often as a screencast or piece to camera Teachers hosting video conferences Students creating their own videos — tutorials, reflections, stop motion, animation or more Video is an everyday part of most students’…

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How to Quickly Turn Your Slides Into Narrated Videos – Education Article

Subscribe to get my tip of the week sent directly to you at the start of the week. Success! Please check your email to confirm your subscription. (If you’re using a school-issued email address, you may need to check your junk folder). This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Richard Byrne Read Full Article

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How to Not “Just Get By” With Remote Learning – Education Article

By: Chad Dorsey We are living in an extraordinary moment in time. We will remember this global pandemic for decades and longer. Though the events happening now will last in our memories, the many changes that are sure to ripple forward will persist everywhere from our habits to our institutions. While changes to come are still wholly unpredictable, the changes to our lives right now are glaringly apparent. The way we move around (or not), the way we interact with…

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A Principal’s Reflections: Remote Learning Teaching Tips – Education Article

A Principal’s Reflections: Remote Learning Teaching Tips Remote Learning Teaching Tips There is so much pressure on teachers as more and more schools close for the academic year as a result of COVID19.  With little to no training or preparation, they have stepped up to keep learning going.  It hasn’t been easy for them to say the least.  A recent eSchool News article highlighted that most teachers don’t feel fully prepared for remote learning. ClassTag surveyed more than 1,200 U.S.…

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Leading the New Normal with a Framework for Meaningful Digital Learning – Education Article

Education has forever been changed by the coronavirus and subsequent school closures. You have G Suite for Education at your school, and it helped your teachers survive home learning, but what’s next? Let’s explore ways to move forward into the “new normal,” of school. Digital learning is now more important than ever. In this webinar, I will share tips for survival now, what’s next, and a framework for meaningful digital learning that will take us to the next level. Join…

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Leading in a Remote Learning World – Education Article

A Principal’s Reflections: Leading in a Remote Learning World Leading in a Remote Learning World It goes without saying that our teachers have done an incredible job when it comes to adapting to a remote learning world.  With little to no training, they are finding ways to make it work for their kids while overcoming a myriad of challenges in the process.  You could even say that they are the true leaders in a sense as their actions are leading…

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10 online whiteboard options for remote learning – Education Article

Let’s face it. When you’re not present in your classroom, you miss your whiteboard. It’s convenient. Everyone in the room can see it. You can write text and draw pictures on it, then erase it clean in an instant. When you’re teaching remotely, the physical whiteboard may be gone. But the concept of using it to teach doesn’t have to be. In this post, you’ll see 10 options for teaching remotely with whiteboards. With most of these options, you can…

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For the Love of Kids – Education Article

There is no better time than now to observe and then reflect. The actions of teachers, administrators, coaches, technology integrationists, and other support staff have provided us all with a lens to look more deeply at the profession of education and its vital role in the world. Questions are more important than answers if one wants to construct a new perspective on an issue.  Here are some for everyone to ponder. Why do educators do what they do? Why did…

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