In today’s education environment, technology and learning go hand in hand. And with digital technology, learning is no longer confined to the classroom or traditional classroom hours. In the wake of a health crisis — and to best keep students and educators safe — schools are re-evaluating their teaching practices and learning environments to accommodate an at-home, remote learning experience.The ability to make this fully functional and efficient falls on IT and educators. But, with the right tools in place, remote learning can be as simple and intuitive as in-person.In our e-book, we identify five ways you can best serve students and teachers when you move learning online. We cover how to:
- Set expectations for students and teachers.
- Facilitate engaging discussions daily.
- Promote peer-to-peer interaction.
- Offer active learning through projects and breakout groups.
- Leverage apps and games