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How to make sure remote learning is equitable - Fast Company

How to make sure remote learning is equitable - Fast Company | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Can the solutions being slapped together during the pandemic help create more permanent solutions during the recovery?
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Photos: This Is What Educators’ COVID-19 ‘Classrooms’ Look Like | EdSurge News

Photos: This Is What Educators’ COVID-19 ‘Classrooms’ Look Like | EdSurge News | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
At first the closures seemed short-term, maybe a few weeks at most. Many teachers posted up at their kitchen tables or logged on from their couches—a temporary setup to get by until schools reopened and regular classes resumed.

But day after day, it became clearer that there would be no swift return to normal. So teachers settled in—or at least tried—to their newly-virtual classrooms and made their home arrangements more manageable for the longer term.
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Using Engaging Infographics as a Remote Teaching Tool - MiddleWeb

Using Engaging Infographics as a Remote Teaching Tool - MiddleWeb | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Educators know we encounter many different types of learners in our classroom. Science class affords us the opportunity to meet the needs of hands-on, auditory, and visual learners. As we are faced with the task of teaching remotely, connecting with these types of learners is vital to our success.

One significant challenge familiar to all science teachers is getting students to understand data that is placed in front of them. Students often struggle with looking at different data sets and trying to make comparisons and interpretations.


My solution? Infographics. Infographics has been a great way for me to engage my students with data and encourage them to apply creative as well as critical thinking. And with the shift to online learning, I’m finding infographics more useful than ever.

What Are Infographics?
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Here’s the Syllabus for Your Summer Crash Course in Online Education | EdSurge News

Here’s the Syllabus for Your Summer Crash Course in Online Education | EdSurge News | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it

No matter what modes your teaching takes in the future, hopefully this syllabus will be a good way for you to start digging deeper into online education.


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Thank you for this collection of wonderful resources to help families and schools this summer!
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Math Anxiety is a Late and Costly Diagnosis of Math Alienation - Medium

Math anxiety and math trauma are real. So much so, that depression and mental health issues can be directly linked to the pressures of learning mathematics. Sadly, there have been suicides by students linked to the fear of failure with this subject.
Identifying math anxiety, which probably ramps up in middle school, has been a topic of fixation by many educators for as long as I can remember.
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Empowering Students in Distance Learning Environments - John Spencer @spencerideas

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Student engagement can be a real challenge in this sudden shift toward distance learning. But one way to improve engagement is by empowering students. In this article, we explore how to improve equity and access
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How Teachers Can Prioritize Self-Care While Working From Home - Edutopia

How Teachers Can Prioritize Self-Care While Working From Home - Edutopia | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Teachers adjusting to teaching from home while schools are closed may need to work out new routines to stay grounded.

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How to Change Your Zoom Background • Texas Computer Educators Assn. :: Jennifer Bergland

How to Change Your Zoom Background • Texas Computer Educators Assn. :: Jennifer Bergland | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
You have probably seen people in your meetings that look like they are at the beach or in a fancy office. More than likely though, they are in their messy living room using a virtual background. A virtual background is an image that you insert behind you when you are participating in a virtual meeting. It can be a still image or a video.

Why would anyone want to do this? The best reason I have heard from an educational perspective is that students may not want their peers to see their home. Allowing them to use a virtual background prevents others from seeing their living space, including any of their family members. Their home is their private space and they may want to keep it private. Plus, using a virtual background can be fun, too, a way to creatively express your current mood or thoughts.

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A Quick-Start Instruction Manual for Teaching From Home | EdSurge News

A Quick-Start Instruction Manual for Teaching From Home | EdSurge News | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
How can you migrate a live, in-person class to an online setting quickly, without needing to redesign the class? If you have time to redesign the class into five-minute videos and autograded homework, that’s great! But if you don’t, here’s what you can do.

We will go through three quick options with increasing levels of complexity and equipment/setup needed. I recommend using the most sophisticated of these options that you feel comfortable with.
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Guest post: A student toolkit to help you tackle remote learning written by students for students - Social Media for Learning

Guest post: A student toolkit to help you tackle remote learning written by students for students - Social Media for Learning | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
Introduction This is a guest post written for students by students Matty Trueman, Kai Ackroyd, Curtis Alexis-Jones and Gagan Warinch to highlight the free collaboration tools available and how they can support remote learning. We are final year students at Sheffield Hallam University. Our blog post will look at how you as a student can:…

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