Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Disruptions and opportunities: Navigating hybrid education

When COVID-19 disrupted traditional classroom instruction and forced system and school leaders, IT professionals, educators, faculty, and students to pivot to remote learning, it also prompted re-examining education more broadly. We know from the whitepaper “The Class of 2030 and Life Ready Learning” that today’s students will need a high level of cognitive skills like problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity. And social-emotional skills have become even more important in remote and hybrid settings and require solutions that integrate pedagogy and technology accessibly and cohesively. In “Education Reimagined: the Future of Learning,” the experts from New Pedagogies for Deep Learning... Posted at https://sl.advdat.com/2QlcRNShttps://sl.advdat.com/2QlcRNS