Safe, Scalable Distance Learning In the midst of world-wide shutdowns, many schools faced the challenge of quickly launching new distance learning programs, including purchasing devices, providing reliable access, and keeping at-home learning safe. In this webinar, Dr. Tina Barrios, Assistant
Remote Learning: Data-Driven Decision Making Transitioning to remote learning left a lot of questions for schools as they sent devices off-campus for learning. Filling in the visibility gaps require data to help schools stay informed and make decisions for effective
St Herbert’s RC Primary School in Oldham wanted to give their students the best opportunities for learning with digital technology. Many students began using school-owned iPad in classrooms and to continue learning at home. Protection Anywhere Susan Milligan is the
With continued distance learning through 2021, schools and parents must stay vigilant in efforts to protect students online. Student online safety expert, Detective Rich Wistocki, discusses common challenges with online safety while learning on school-owned devices and how advancements in
When you’re evaluating web filtering solutions, you have to think about many different components, from ensuring CIPA compliance to managing your BYOD program. Before you make any final decisions, here are 10 things to consider to help you find the
As students return to the classroom this fall – either virtually or in a hybrid environment combining in-person and remote learning — teachers and administrators have grappled with the challenges of adapting lessons, units, instructional delivery, teacher/student/parent communication, and basic “classroom” organization to the recommendations of health
For many districts, hybrid and distance learning models are here to stay. Incorporating these approaches to traditional, on-campus instruction empowers educators to adapt to sudden changes in circumstance (such as an extended school closure due to a weather emergency) and
With the increased access to technology in schools, there are more opportunities for dangerous trends like cyberbullying to wreak havoc on a student. What can schools do to identify cyberbullying and help prevent it?