4 Great examples of edtech that eases parent-teacher communication

Schools have always pleaded for parental involvement in the educational process and the teacher-parent relationship as the ground for academic development and emotional balance of […]

Are smaller class sizes without the pitfalls possible? Pandemic pods make the case [Jochim & Pillow]

Are smaller class sizes without the pitfalls possible? Pandemic pods make the case — from crpe.org by Ashley Jochim and Travis Pillow Excerpt: Pandemic pods […]

Some solid YouTube sites and channels for education and how to watch them safely

Best YouTube Sites and Channels for Education — from techlearning.com by Diana Restifo Take advantage of the fantastic free educational videos YouTube provides. Excerpt: How […]

Special Education and Parent Communication | Podcast Ep. 89

During the pandemic, the ways educators communicated with parents and guardians changed. Guest speaker Nadia Tamez-Robledo of EdSurge explains how, for some parents of special […]

The Future of Career Technical Education (CTE): What Educators Need to Know [Bendici]

The Future of Career Technical Education (CTE): What Educators Need to Know — from techlearning.com by Ray Bendici Career technical education is gaining expanded interest […]

Move over, blue- and white-collar jobs: The workforce color spectrum is expanding [Britt]

Move over, blue- and white-collar jobs: The workforce color spectrum is expanding — from chieflearningofficer.com by Frank F. Britt Here’s how gray-, green- and pink-collar […]

Why Tech Companies View the Job Search As Big Business [Khan]

Why Tech Companies View the Job Search As Big Business — from edsurge.com by Ayesha Khan Excerpt: A pre-pandemic study shows that more than 4 […]

Virtual healthcare. Virtual IEP’s.

Virtual healthcare at bat. Telelegal on deck.https://t.co/K6XkQejw0Y pic.twitter.com/byRS5jDVtn — Daniel Christian (he/him/his) (@dchristian5) April 29, 2021   Virtual IEPs should stay — from crpe.org by […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 4/26/21

Over a year ago I updated the opening copy for my weekly curation to highlight resources that can help us navigate the pandemic, as well […]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities [Kreisa]

Improving Digital Inclusion & Accessibility for Those With Learning Disabilities — from by Meredith Kreisa Learning disabilities must be taken into account during the digital […]

DC: Several items that (again) point out the need to tread lightly with Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence and the future of national security — from news.asu.edu Excerpt: Artificial intelligence is a “world-altering” technology that represents “the most powerful tools in generations […]

Harvard and its peers should be embarrassed about how few students they educate [Selingo]

Harvard and its peers should be embarrassed about how few students they educate — from washingtonpost.com by Jeff Selingo Their minuscule admissions rates are a […]

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