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FlexPoint urges us to go beyond one-size-fits-all approach to online education. The FlexPoint Blueprint aids in selecting the right tools and asking the right questions, to build a path to hybrid learning success. Suggestions:
- Ask parents/guardians for their preferred communication method.
- Create a centralized resource hub online—with tools and resources for students and parents who are new to online learning to help them stay on track and engaged.
- Create communications channels where parents can provide feedback and ask questions—like a social media group or message board. Once set up, ensure your team is able to consistently monitor and answer questions.
- Hold a virtual open house with families to introduce them to staff and your online learning option.
- Schedule live morning announcements for your students via an online video meeting platform.
- Host science and social studies fairs online where students can showcase their projects.
- Host virtual career days or field trips for the students to attend.
- Provide families with access to a platform where they can monitor their child’s progress.
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Faced with a desperate skills shortage, tech leaders plead for computer science reform in schools | ZDNet
Amazon, Microsoft, Meta and others have also signed on to partner with the education nonprofit Code.
— Read on www.zdnet.com/education/computers-tech/tech-leaders-call-for-more-computer-science-opportunities-in-schools/
From reframing our notion of “good” schools to mining the magic of expert teachers, here’s a curated list of must-read research from 2021.
— Read on www.edutopia.org/article/10-most-significant-education-studies-2021
Published November 2, 2021 Are internet companies such as Facebook and YouTube allowed to censor the content on their websites? Under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, these companies are not held liable for user-uploaded speech, allowing them to determine who to ban or restrict from their platforms. Removing this protection would only make matters worse, as it
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Survey finds major–and potentially lasting–changes in K-12 schools’ curricular choices during the pandemic
/PRNewswire/ — An annual survey conducted by Bay View Analytics of K-12 teachers and administrators in the U.S. found that the sudden shift to remote…
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Looking at what went right in virtual classes for students with learning differences or social anxiety offers lessons for in-person teaching.
— Read on www.edweek.org/leadership/virtual-learning-was-better-for-some-kids-heres-what-teachers-learned-from-them/2021/08
China’s ballooning edtech market is suddenly deflating thanks to new government restrictions on lucrative private tutoring companies that serve …
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