Thursday, August 13, 2020

How Puyallup has prepared its teachers and students to learn anywhere

The world has changed over the past six months, including our education environments. As many schools shift to the “new normal” of remote and hybrid learning, basic classroom protocols have turned upside-down. Understanding how to record a meeting, properly mute oneself, and navigate different communications streams have become essential skills for educators, faculty, students, and even parents. And it has become necessary for IT professionals to identify the right devices and digital tools for their school. This transformation of the traditional education environment has been challenging and has required major overhauls of systems that have long been in place. One... Posted at