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Most children are being taught 20th-century skills for a 21st-century economy; if this isn’t addressed within 5-years, there will be dire consequences.
Remember when the talk in educational circles was that computers would take over the world of education? Fast forward to 2020 and COVID-19.
COVID-19 has cemented distance learning in both higher education and even in K-12. This is why.
For many, remote learning is involuntary. Some had chosen it before 2020, but now all are doing it. This is what it means to be a remote student in 2020.
Online classes have become the norm and schools are distributed across all levels. Now the question is, “Will this pedagogy persist?”
Many teachers are going into distance learning this fall with lessons from the crash course COVID-19 provided in the spring. Here’s what we learned.