How to Improve Communication with Educators

Here are some of our suggestions for improving communication with educators in your current roster: 1. Schedule regular check-ins The education sector — especially now — is constantly changing. Remote teaching sessions are becoming the new normal, and teachers are still trying to find ways to cope with this major ….

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Updated Social Media Landscape: How to Connect with Education Leaders

  According to the 2020 Educator Confidence Report created by the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Learning Company in collaboration with YouGov, 73% of teachers feel that the experience with distance learning over the last two years has made it evident that technology in teaching and learning is here to stay. Educators understand the ….

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How Important is Networking for Edtech Professionals?

As an edtech professional, expanding your network is an effective way to gain leads and grow your outreach to teachers and other education decision-makers. Here are a few examples of ways to network in your industry:  Get on social media It’s also a networking platform, providing the opportunity to search ….

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Virtual Learning is Here to Stay

Meredith Biesinger Title 1, Small district, Rural/Town district, K-12 Of course, there was an overwhelming response for schools to return to in-person learning last year, even more so this year. However, many students and their families opt to continue with virtual school when given a chance. From a survey of 1,000 ….

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The Digital Divide

Teresa Marchant Title 1, Medium district, Suburban, K-6 D-Devices These include computers, hot spots, training, and support for students and parents is vital for student success. In our district, parents and students can check them out for short-term or long-term use. I- Integrating Using technology in a classroom ensures that ….

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How Timing and Ed. Tech Made Teaching and Learning Better

By Craig Perrier Title 1, Large district, Urban, 9-12 It had been just 20 months after laptops were introduced to each student and those pre-COVID years seem nostalgic. The pre 1:1 experience, however, seems like a century ago. This is largely because what was perceived as a radical change in ….

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Free Guide: Teachers are Consumers, Too!

Teachers as Consumers eBook   Teacher spending power is strong. This group of consumers is responsible for a significant sum of money spent inside and outside of schools every year, whether they’re investing in classroom supplies, planning their next summer vacation, recommending workbooks to principals, or urging parents to download ….

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Q/A with Mike LeClare: Agile Data Enhancement with Learning Recovery

Q/A with Mike LeClare: Agile Data Enhancement with Learning Recovery

Q/A  with Mike LeClare: Data Enhancement and Learning Recovery in the ESSA Era Recorded Live on October 27, 2021 Watch the Live Q/A Watch Full Presentation Now Download Slides Mike covered questions like:​ What do you expect coverage, for proficiency/trending data, to be for this year?​ One more time, can ….

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