The best alternatives to Zoom for online teaching depend on your needs but Google Meet, Loom, and Crikle are just a few of your options.
Many teachers don’t have the luxury of deciding what’s sustainable for them. In these cases, they somehow ‘survive’ or they quit.
Interactive teaching strategies improve students’ communication skills, teamwork, critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making.
Remote school and work have blurred the lines between work and home. How does this shape the debate over homework?
What kinds of questions to ask students support what they’ve learned remotely and enhance their ability to apply it?
The XP-Pen drawing tablets have a range of applications in physical, blended, or remote learning environments.
While we’d love to create a few templates of our own, here five of our favorite Trello boards for teachers we’ve found.
While there are always exceptions and variations, the overarching theme of Asynchronous Learning is independence.
Make digital spaces inviting to students–something that ‘belongs to your class’ rather than your class merely ‘using a digital space.’
Here are 5 specific and practical strategies, along with associated tools, that promote deep learning in virtual and physical classrooms.
From Zoom tools to types of blended learning to principles of student engagement, here are 12 articles about remote teaching and learning.