Supporting remote learning

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Online learning is not the next big thing, it is the now big thing. - Donna J. Abernathy

For Edufuturists’ Dan Fitzpatrick, butterflies were bouncing around his stomach as he opened his eyes this morning, a million thoughts of remote learning quickly rushed back into his head and the flood of emails from anxious colleagues made his phone light up the dark room. It’s Monday and it’s the first day of school closures in the UK.

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‘Realizing the potential of edtech’ - a refreshing vision from DfE

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The Department for Education’s edtech strategy was warmly received this year by educators, with a refreshing and clear recognition of the struggles faced by teachers daily, and an emphasis on addressing these with practical solutions - solutions which not only realize the potential of technology in education, but react to remove barriers educators have when it comes to integrating edtech into their everyday teaching practices.

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Speakers Flexed their Flexibility Muscles at ISTE 2019

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With ISTE 2019 come and gone, it’s now time to reflect on what we learned and what takeaways we want to bring back to our communities.

The theme of this year’s conference was “bold educators activate change”. So in reflecting, I asked myself what I learned about bold educators. What do bold educators look like? What are their attributes? How do they impact their classrooms and students? Based on the sessions I attended, I kept coming back to one answer to all those questions: flexibility.

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