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Virtual classes make hunt for missing students harder 05/21/2021

Tracking down virtual learners who have stopped attending class complicates the task of maintaining student engagement, says Jeff Mosely, academic programs director for a Georgia district. Mosely and his teamwork with students experiencing technical or other issues, while Chon Hester, coordinator of counseling and advisement for another district, says her department checks students' social media to help track them down and help them return to school.

Virtual classes make hunt for missing students harder Rates of student absence from the classroom have nearly doubled during the pandemic, one survey found. School officials say the need for their help has increased, but contact with students is less.

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3 ways music educators can help students with autism develop their emotions 05/19/2021

Many children with autism struggle to find the words to express how they feel. But when it comes to music, it’s an entirely different situation.
Evidence suggests children with autism may enjoy music and show an early desire for music education.

3 ways music educators can help students with autism develop their emotions Some children with autism struggle to express how they feel, but research shows music can help them develop better emotional skills.

Building a teacher community for STEM educators 05/18/2021

Online teacher communities on social media or other online spaces can help support STEM education, writes Naomi Harm, a STEM innovator specialist and global K-12 education consultant. In this blog post, Harm shares three ways she has connected with online teacher communities, including by searching key hashtags.

Building a teacher community for STEM educators A STEM Innovator Specialist shares her tips building a teacher community -- and emphasizes its importance.

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Nele Smith provides essential building blocks for her first graders at Sci-Tech | Teacher of the Week 05/16/2021

Nele Smith learned English after moving to the US from Germany as an adult, an experience she says gives her some insight into English-language learners at the California school where she teaches first graders. In this interview, Smith says differentiated instruction for varying skill levels, routines and small-group work via Zoom can help students build their reading and math skills.

Nele Smith provides essential building blocks for her first graders at Sci-Tech | Teacher of the Week Students at Sci-Tech Elementary, located in Knights Landing, are a lucky bunch. Along with the many creative ways to teach the curriculum, the school employs a core group of active and committed te…

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5 Ways to Maintain the Continuity of Learning | Discovery Education 05/11/2021

Dr. Jeff Gorman of Mt. Vernon City SD shares 5 strategies for ensuring seamless integration of technology in and out of the classroom.

5 Ways to Maintain the Continuity of Learning | Discovery Education The seamless integration of technology into today's classrooms can help ensure the continuity of learning, overcome new challenges, and keep educators focused on student success.

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PROOF POINTS: Slim research evidence for summer school 05/09/2021

Many school districts nationwide are planning aggressive pushes for summer school to recover learning loss related to the coronavirus pandemic. Yet, Jean Grossman, an economist at the non-profit MDRC and Princeton University, finds summer-school programs typically are not effective in improving outcomes in math or reading.

PROOF POINTS: Slim research evidence for summer school In a 2020 synthesis of summer school studies, researchers calculated that the benefit to students tends to be close to zero in math or reading.

Many Rural Remote Learners Are Receiving Little to No Live Teaching, Federal Survey Reveals 05/07/2021

Data from a recent US Department of Education survey indicates that, among students in rural middle schools, up to 21% of remote learners had less than an hour of live instruction each day, and 13% had none at all. Rural Schools Collaborative Director Gary Funk says lack of high-speed internet access is the main reason for this discrepancy, adding he's looking to the president's infrastructure bill to help level the field for these students.

Many Rural Remote Learners Are Receiving Little to No Live Teaching, Federal Survey Reveals More students than previously understood may be attending school virtually, survey data released Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Education reveal. And many students — particularly remote learners from rural schools — are getting little to no live instructional time with teachers. While the s...

How Sketchnoting Can Help with ‘Zoom Fatigue,’ Student Agency and Building Relationships - MindShift 05/05/2021

Educators recommend sketchnoting -- a form of visual note-taking -- to help keep students' attention and help them organize and retain information. Visual note-taker and educator Wendi Pillars suggests several strategies to help teachers and students begin sketchnoting.

How Sketchnoting Can Help with ‘Zoom Fatigue,’ Student Agency and Building Relationships - MindShift Got Zoom fatigue? Sketchoting can help give students a break from staring at a computer monitor and help make connections that they might otherwise miss in more traditional note taking.

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Does Too Much 'Screen Time' Have Your Preschooler Acting Out? 04/26/2021

Researchers studied almost 700 children in Finland and found that high levels of screen time at age 1.5 years was associated with emotional and behavioral symptoms, attention problems and peer problems at age 5. The findings in BMJ Open also showed that viewing programs was linked to a 71% increased risk of emotional problems, 91% increased risk of concentration and attention issues and more than doubled risk of hyperactivity.

Does Too Much 'Screen Time' Have Your Preschooler Acting Out? FRIDAY, March 19, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Preschoolers who spend a lot of time watching movies and shows on TVs and other screens are more likely to develop emotional and behavioral problems by age 5, a Finnish study warns.But despite their reputation, video games did not appear to promote any emot...

Where the schools aren’t reopening: What one district’s decision says about the challenges ahead for America’s schools 04/25/2021

School leaders in a small, predominantly black school district in south suburban Chicago recently decided not to reopen to in-person learning this school year, in part, to offer some certainty during this uncertain time. Officials said the district -- an outlier among those nationwide that are reopening -- prioritized safety and believed their remote instruction is robust and engaging.

Where the schools aren’t reopening: What one district’s decision says about the challenges ahead for America’s schools In the suburbs of Chicago, the Dolton West district chose to keep schools closed amid COVID-19. The decision in the mostly Black community was still fraught.

How to use speech-to-text in Google Docs 04/24/2021

People with disabilities may benefit from Google Docs' free speech-to-text software, which is available in the Google Chrome browser. This article provides step-by-step instructions for using the tool.

How to use speech-to-text in Google Docs Accessible and easy to use speech-to-text software

A Teacher’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use 04/22/2021

US copyright and fair use laws can be nuanced and carry potential fines and other penalties if teachers fail to comply, writes Karen Lagola, an instructional technology coach. In this blog post, Lagola explains that technology has made it easier for teachers to share materials -- and possibly violate the law -- and offers tips to keeping it legal.

A Teacher’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use There are rules when it comes to using copyrighted material in the classroom—and easy ways to make sure you’re always in the clear.

Why rural Virginia districts are teaming up to launch virtual academy 04/21/2021

Radford City Schools and at least a dozen other rural districts in Virginia have teamed up to create an online virtual academy that can continue to operate after the pandemic. The idea was formed after 80 students -- and $560,000 in federal funding -- left Radford schools when remote learning began, and now Radford has gained students as well as much of the lost funding.

Why rural Virginia districts are teaming up to launch virtual academy Radford City Schools lost a significant number for students to competing districts and private companies that offered virtual learning alternatives.

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