Three Beliefs of a Transformative Educator
What educators say and believe is the foundation that determines if students will do well academically, socially, and emotionally.
Online Learning Pros and Cons in 2020 and Beyond
After a turbulent adoption period, many are now thinking deeply about the pros and cons of online learning. Here’s the state of affairs and what the future holds.
The college experience is going away for good. Here’s why.
Colleges and universities have much to gain from the distance learning model, but they’re not the only ones. Here’s why the college experience is dead.
How Can Students and Teachers Prepare for Distance Learning?
More than ever, it’s crucial that preparations for distance learning are taken by the uninitiated. Here’s what students and teachers should do.
Will Distance Learning Be Permanent?
As we adjust to the ‘new normal’ of COVID-19, many of us are asking ourselves – will distance learning be permanent?
Audio Is Restoring Communication Between Students and Teachers. Here’s How.
The ethos of Bluetooth headphones and voice assistants have taken over homes, streets, and offices, and is now
Personalizing the Way Remote Classrooms Communicate
Teaching is intimate and most effective when educators can form bonds with students. Current distance learning tools do
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Unifying Themes of Learning Remote
No matter how a student arrives at learning remote, there are some key themes and traits to be aware of.
How I’ve Successfully Held the Attention of My Virtual University Students
Being a remote or virtual college student can be challenging. Here’s how I’ve retained engagement from my online students during the pandemic.
The Competition Isn’t Harvard and Yale, It’s David Dobrik and MrBeast
Students are a lot more used to learning from home than educators realize. The problem with remote learning is that the education industry hasn’t adapted.
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