Matt Miller, creator of Ditch That Textbook, explains what educators can expect to learn at the Soundtrap EDU Summit, September 28 - October 7
The first-ever Soundtrap EDU Summit, beginning on September 28, is a free online experience dedicated to helping educators learn how to empower their students. Presenters for the event will include music and STEAM educators, student storytellers and digital media creators, discussing topics from creativity to music, podcasting and storytelling ― among many others. Educators who register will have access to a new session each day of the event.
In this piece, you’ll hear from three experienced online teachers from EdisonLearning, a K-12 digital learning provider that works with more than 350 schools and 150,000 students to support a variety of virtual, blended, and alternative learning programs with proven success. The teachers have been supporting online learning for years, working remotely with students to close gaps and increase equity.
In a recent webinar presented by Curriculum Associates, Dr. Anita Archer shared recommended remote learning strategies to use in the 2020-21 year. Dr. Archer highlighted the importance of utilizing evidence-based practices to optimize learning, several of which she describes further in the presentation. She emphasized the importance of creating an environment where learning is always the goal, and quality instruction is the path.
This episode of Mind the Gap: Making Education Work Across the Globe,
was originally published on edCircuit
This episode of Mind the Gap: Making Education Work Across the Globe begins with “On Our Minds,” a popular segment in which co-hosts Tom Sherrington and Emma Turner discuss pressing, relevant issues. In this episode, they give their thoughts on how we can get more people to enter the teaching profession, as well as how to keep teachers in the profession once they join.
Here you can find the Round Up's collection of editorial pieces and press releases where we will discuss the latest trends and ideas in educational technology
Check out our featured review | ClassroomAPP: A Complete, K-12 Digital Platform for Online and In-Person Classrooms