Discover the top concerns parents had about education during the 2019-2020 school year to inform how you share student progress moving forward. Continue reading
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7 key ingredients for self care during online learning (Infographic)
Social distancing and online learning is a lot to manage for students, parents, and teachers alike. While there isn’t a magic potion to prevent tough times, there are plenty of things you can do to help get through them. Continue reading
3 Common Cyber Security Issues for Virtual Learning (and how to prevent them)
With Virtual learning and online resources being a vital part of learning in 2020, Cyber security and good internet hygiene have never been more important. From zoom bombing to keeping student’s safe on the internet, here are 3 common cybersecurity and internet safety issues and what you can do to prevent them. Continue reading
What Does a Pass-Fail System Mean for College Students Everywhere?
Amidst the pandemic caused by the Coronavirus, college campuses across the nation have been forced to close, and much like the rest of the world, take their programs online. According to a report from Inside Higher Ed, a large number of schools have taken up a pass-fail system in order to help students move through … Continue reading
Tips for Parents During Online Learning
Here at DSC, we know that our partners are passionate about education, and many of them are currently trying to support their children though distance learning. This is a challenging time for all of us, and we are here to support you however we can. Here are our top 5 tips for parents during distance learning Continue reading
Make the Most out of Remote Lessons
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Is Video the Key to Personalized Learning?
Social media outlets continue to adjust their algorithms to better accommodate and encourage video – is it time for teachers to do the same? In the digital age, nearly everything we see online has been customized so that it appeals specifically to us. Things are, in fact, getting personal. Education is no exception to this … Continue reading
Flipped Classrooms: The Good and the Bad
We’ve been hearing about flipped classrooms for quite some time now. Schools who have implemented it find their students being more successful because they have hands on time with the teacher to work on problems they run into. However, with everything good, there are always some problems we run into. Here are some pros and … Continue reading