By Jason Carroll, Chief Product Officer, Texthelp
With an eye on professional development and high-quality instruction, the Edtech industry plays a vital role in post-pandemic education.
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For math teachers who will have students learning at home next year, fostering a feeling of community will be as important as building skills.
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Learning loss is a big worry among educators, but these activities offer fun learning experiences to keep the summer slide at bay.
By Anna Johnson
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Robotics is more than a science. It mixes some of the most complex math with programming, art, and engineering. The combination may make the discipline tough for some people but with a professional dissertation writer by your side, you are sure to ace even the toughest units in robotics.
By Dan Matthews
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School is such an important formative experience for everyone. It helps to guide us toward our interests, develops our social foundations, and is instrumental in shaping our understanding of both who we are and who we want to become. For some students, this is the time that they develop their interest and enthusiasm for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.
However, as they reach high school, there is often a shift in educational intentions. The responsibilities of teachers shift from simply providing insights into these subjects, to actively helping to put students into a position where they can prepare for a STEM career. This isn’t always easy, particularly in schools where a lack of adequate funding results in less access to STEM materials and fewer opportunities to engage meaningfully with the subjects.
So, what can you as a teacher do to best prepare high schoolers for a STEM career path? Let’s examine some of the tactics, tools, and ideas you can utilize.
By Tiffany Harper
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We believe that AI is an extension of humanity and a pointer to how AI can help us achieve more by doing less. AI is humankind’s ultimate invention, and it is the intelligent machine that can think without the limitations of a human being. It is the evolution of man. What was a figment of man’s imagination has become part of man’s reality, and it has set its sights on improving education.
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The smartest edtech platforms are able to customize and identify the best learning pathway for each user.
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Encouraging staff collaboration and consistent monitoring can help your district build an effective math intervention program.
By Youki Terada
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The pandemic has taken a toll on all our institutions, and schools aren’t exempt. School leaders know that schools are closed, but teaching must go on, and; learning must go on.
Schools have moved to online learning. Educators are working from home, delivering classes to learners over the video, preparing lesson plans, collaborating with other educators, amongst many other tasks. Educators are working harder and longer, and many are exploring the edtech at their disposal. It is a big change that requires school leaders to manage their educators’ motivation to prevent loss in productivity and burn-out.
Here are a few strategies to make sure your educators remain motivated and online schooling continues smoothly.
By Youki Terada
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If we want to close the gender gap in science, we need to look at the invisible forces that shape classroom culture.