Educators worldwide face the challenge of assessing students effectively. The shift to remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the need for interactive assessments to keep students engaged, whether in-person or online. For instance, interactive displays became valuable tools for remote learning and adhering to social distancing guidelines when students returned to in-class instruction. Digital display solutions enabled collaborative learning, firmly establishing interactive assessments as a modern educational foundation.
Technology continues to play a pivotal role in transforming traditional classrooms into dynamic hubs of interactive learning. With the integration of interactive displays and educational software, students can actively engage with the curriculum, fostering a deeper understanding of the subjects. Digital resources and online collaboration tools also enable educators to personalize instruction, helping to meet student learning styles and needs. This seamless blend of technology and education not only enhances student participation but also empowers teachers to create innovative and immersive learning experiences.
School is wrapping up and most of us are thinking of ways to help our students maintain their progress over the summer in fun and engaging ways. The following resources are terrific for learning from home with or without parent and caregiver help. For the most part, the websites collated here offer free activities and content. So, take a few minutes, click through some of these resources and share them with your families for engaging summer enrichment.
We’re a couple of weeks into spring and most of us are hunkered down at home, trying to create fun learning experiences for our children and/or students. With limited access to science kits, labs, and high tech tools, what can be used at home to boost STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) learning? Here’s a list of our favorite 10:
It seems like Day 227 of forever of home learning and you and your children are at a loss – of education-related things to do, learning anything new and exciting, and the motivation to look for fresh ideas. Unlike many families you know, you don’t have the means – or desire – to purchase the latest and greatest in gaming consoles (so no one is creating a virtual school in Minecraft). There are game apps you and your children play on their devices, but not too many support learning in your view. So now what? How about adding a twist to games you already play? Or better yet, creating an original game? Before we start sharing a few ideas, let’s review why games are valuable for learning.
There’s a popular idiom that is generally used to describe changes in weather – March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. It seems that no truer words have ever been said. This past month has felt like a roaring lion, the powerful sound vibrating around us in the forms of social distancing, shelter-in-place directives, changes in how we shop and travel, and school closures. It seems unlikely that anyone has escaped the repercussions of COVID-19, and as we attempt to find balance in continuously changing circumstances, our children are also trying to make sense of the world they now live in.