STEM education is headed for some interesting changes-and those trends and changes will impact classrooms across the nation.
Combining in-person and online learning changes more than your teaching style.
While teaching remains at the core of an educator’s mission, a significant amount of time is spent managing day-to-day activities and maintaining your rapport with students and co-workers.
Reducing the time you spend together changes the way you manage the classroom and takes away some of your strategies to communicate and build relationships, but also gives you new ones to explore.
Let’s have a look at some useful tips for teachers to manage their online classroom.
Educators from around the country shared their advice about making remote instruction work for middle and high school students.
Given the geometric progression in which Covid-19 spreads, it is important to contain it right at the root. This is exactly why it becomes important to use fever detection technology in schools extensively. Schools all over the world are working out a protocol to ensure proper detection and effective control of the situation.
Here is a quick look at how fever detection technology enables schools to address the problem conclusively and helps make it significantly safer for children during the Covid-19 crisis.
Check these DOBOT news wrap-up! and learn how this STEAM classroom solution has been implemented in the U.S
A big question parents have right now is how students can go back to school safely during COVID-19. The latest American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) advice says children learn best when they are in school. However, returning to school in person needs careful steps in place to keep students and staff safe.
No teacher can do it all.
Running a classroom, delivering instruction, and giving timely feedback are huge tasks by themselves. The good news is that responsibility for learning doesn’t have to fall solely on the teacher’s shoulders. This responsibility can be shared with students through collaborative technology. In fact, the outcomes are better if the teacher is willing to adopt collaborative technology in the classroom.
Many teachers have already adopted a collaborative technology approach in their classrooms. They’ve been willing to step away from center stage and let their students take on more responsibility for their learning.
You can bring collaborative technology into your classroom if you are willing to help your students envision, explore, and enrich.